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Horses and riders: good neigh-bors

 Neighs filled the air as horses strutted their stuff for an audience of hundreds on Saturday, Nov. 7th. Pierce College’s Sixth Annual Parade of...

Demon on the diamond

When Thomas F. Wilson is on the pitching mound, the world around him changes. “People always ask, “Can you hear me? I’m cheering for you,”...

All signs point to teaching

When it came to teaching, all signs pointed to yes for Stephanie Durand and her energy can be felt in the classroom. “You know in...

Population Pierce: Matthew Salinas

“The place we have right here, we call it like ‘the hut.’ It’s not an official club but dancers just know that we’re there....

Reining in the talent

Sitting atop a shaded picnic bench, Patricia Warner recalls a moment in her career when a colleague asked her, “Do you know how blessed...

New librarian brings long overdue social media presence to Pierce

Mario Macias, a new librarian at the Pierce College Library, believes that "there is so much more librarians can do than just allow students...

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