Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Duo closes out Thursday concert series

Students escaped the rain and were presented with the enchanting and melodic music of the Sam Hill Duo in the last Thursday concert for...

Japanese club brings Japanese culture

Walking through the Torii gate inside the Great Hall, students and faculty got a blast of Japanese culture such as calligraphy, origami and onigiri...

St.A.S.H. food amidst COVID-19

Some students remain food insecure as people are panic buying food at supermarkets to prepare for self-quarantine for the COVID-19 virus. Before the campus closure,...

COVID-19 brings a halt campus life

To combat the COVID-19 virus, several campus life events and programs are on an indefinite standstill. The Pierce College Theatre production of “A Streetcar Named...

Quartet seeks to create new music styles

The eclectic quartet 5th Element brought their jazz, world, electronic improvisational music to the Main Stage in the Performing Arts Building on March 5. The...

Speaking out for homelessness

Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez says he’ll never forget the night that he slept on Skid Row with Nathaniel Ayers, a former Juilliard...

Madi to the Max

On the drive home from watching “Lilo and Stitch” in theaters with her father, Madison Brunoehler discovered her passion for voice impressions while she...

A Celebration of Culture

In Chinese culture, rats symbolize wealth and surplus to celebrate the year of the rat. The Chinese Club hosted a street food event at...

Choosing to live

As a young adult, Monica Coleman drew an imaginary line in the sand. To cope with her mental illness, she viewed checking into a...

Seeking to unify through song

An attentive audience in the Performing Arts Building was met with an energetic Latin guitar and a hollow, box-shaped percussion instrument called a Cajon...

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