Thursday, February 21, 2019

Hundreds march to protect DACA

  As a reaction to President Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, hundreds of protesters assembled in solidarity with DACA...

Home Grown

When Clarence W. Pierce founded the college in 1947, he had three main goals he wanted for the School of Agriculture. Educate future...

“Watch me whip, watch me neigh neigh”

As horses gallop one by one through the arena, their cascading and colorful manes wow the crowd at the eighth annual Parade of Breeds....

Nothin’ but a string thang, baby

The Kadima String Quartet began the fall 2017 ASO concert series, bringing an educational immersive experience. The concert was Sept. 21 in MUS 3400....

Blood forever feeds the fire

Young actors in theater don’t always work, but director Valorie Grear thought it would be the best way to go for her rendition of...

It’s more than a home

The house on Clybourne Street has become iconic in theater history, thanks to Lorraine Hansberry. Her “A Raisin in the Sun,” that was first performed...

Thank you, please come again?

Colorful jugs of aguas frescas, fresh produce, pressed juice and hot tamales are a few of the items available for purchase at the farmers...

8 was worth the wait

Champions. 1986, 1988, 1992, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and now 2018. The Brahmas returned from the CCCAA Men’s Volleyball State Championship with new hardware, memories, and...

Rising above the abuse

The annual Clothesline Project returned to Pierce College on Oct. 17, 2018, to spread awareness about domestic abuse. According to the Clothesline Project, their...

You want options? We’ve got them.

If students want a bite to eat, they can either sit down for a meal or choose the grab-and-go option. A food truck parked...