Pierce Library hosted the first event of the national One Book, One Campus project Friday afternoon. This project invites the Pierce community to educate themselves
The history and future of the farm land
Pierce College is moving forward with plans to use the property on De Soto Avenue and Victory Boulevard for educational purposes serving the Agricultural Program
Historic insight in modern times
Drama takes the stage, transcending time with themes of overcoming social norms and a universal tale of familial bonds that speaks to audience members across
Founding Father visits Pierce
An antique table adorned with a quill pen is placed on the stage before the crowd. A candle, powered electrically to mimic the form of
Pierce College “Incorruptible” actor, life-long Shakespeare enthusiast dies suddenly
We often become so distracted by the stresses in our daily lives that it’s easy to forget to take the time and appreciate the positive
History of the historic teacher
War. The boy always brought back books about war. That’s not what his mother brought him to the library for. She thought he should read
History bleeds on canvas
If the message didn’t come across any clearer, I might as well be blind. Art is an amazing thing. It can capture millions of words on a single paper, canvas or poster. “The Armenian Genocide: Power of the Poster” exhibit at the Pierce College Art Gallery was, in fact, very powerful.
Black History Month:
Black History Month is a time to reflect upon the works and achievements of black people like Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks and Malcolm X – pioneers who fought for equal rights, respect and freedom. Is it our job as a people to keep those dreams alive? Yes.