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Southern gothic classic reimagined in contemporary East Los Angeles

Urban strongman Stanley Kowalski’s personal kryptonite arrives for an extended stay.  Stella and Stanley’s perfectly imperfect married life quickly unravels when sister Blanche arrives on...

Review: Hookman

While stalker-killers and fatal car accidents may not seem like humorous subject matter, Lauren Yee manages to blend these perverse topics with whimsy and...

Preview: The Hookman is coming…

Urban legends of murderers and kidnappers on the loose are frightening stories to share around a campfire, but they’re also cautionary tales that warn...

Stupid bird soars

Unrequited affection, a tortured artist, a dysfunctional family—seemingly the ingredients for just another cliched story. However, the Pierce College Theatre Department’s production of Aaron...

Theatre department drops f-bombs

A name of a play doesn’t make a show, but it certainly can bring attention to it. Last semester, the Pierce College Theatre Department’s...

Fostering the broadway dream

With cherry red lips and bouncing curly hair, Leah Foster lets a flurry of rehearsed lines escape from within, as student actors leap and...

Sharai of sunshine on a cloudy day

Staring at her reflection as she rehearses her lines, Sharai Bravo, 26, prepares for her starring role as Melody in Pierce College's upcoming comedy,...

Is ‘Bad Jews’ a bad title?

Several local residents sent emails and made phone calls to the Theater Department throughout the day last Wednesday with concerned messages about the wording...

Theater review, Tartuffe: Hot and heavy under the collar

The weight of the cross, familial expectations, and a family’s desperate attempt to enlighten their pollyanna patriarch are the building blocks Molière left back...

Preview: Tartuffe

The 1960’s meets the 1600’s in Pierce’s rendition of “Tartuffe” through the flower power style of clothing and maintaining the emotions and language of...

Latest news

The Asian American and Pacific Islander college community speak up

Hate crimes against the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community have increased since March 2020, creating waves of protests across the country. Pierce College librarian...

BRIEF: California community college sports competitions to return

The California Community College Athletic Association in a statement affirmed their plans to have competition starting next school year. With vaccination eligibility open for everyone...

Senate reassess school code of ethics

Enrollment, engagement and ethics were the main topics at the April 26 Academic Senate meeting via Zoom.  Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs Donna-Mae Villanueva...

Getting in shape safely and distanced on campus

With vaccination rates rising in Los Angeles County, more activities have restarted, including in-person athletic conditioning for student athletes at Pierce College. Conditioning, which began...

Little Free libraries

 Much like a Little Free Library, a college campus is what the surrounding community contributes to it. Pierce College is an ideal place to have...
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