A group of young people is currently suing the federal government, firmly believing the government’s efforts to combat climate changeRead more
Puyallup’s Central Pierce Fire and Rescue, District 6, is the only fire district on the midterm ballot whose previously voter-approvedRead more
This article originally appeared in Volume 24, Issue 3 as a column for the Northwest Nomad. I am an avidRead more
Comparing the duties of police officers in the relatively quiet community of Puyallup to those in the bustling metropolis ofRead more
There appears to be a general lack of knowledge and communication among members of administration pertaining to Pierce’s negative impactRead more
Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson sued the Trump administration in 2017 for failing to uphold Obama-appointed regulations that aimedRead more
Voter participation, especially among college students, is notoriously low. According to Pew Research Center data, only 20 percent of eligibleRead more
Pierce College Puyallup was previously recognized for reducing energy used on campus. Is Pierce continuing to create a sustainable college environment?Read more
Alice De Certo shares the powerful testimony of young people who have overcome bullying, rejection, depression and anxiety through a photo exhibit currently on display at Pierce College Puyallup.Read more
Many students face mental health challenges.
Pierce College is providing students a way to find support and hope.