Students who are on track to graduate spring, summer or fall quarter have enough on their plate to worry about: transferring, fighting off “senioritis” in order to finish with strong grades and a little thing called the future. Preparing for a graduation ceremony might just slip their minds.
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In her new album, Roman Reloaded, Minaj diversified her fun, funky music by pairing her voice with several other successful rappers and different styles but kept her own flair and strength in the process.
Ten iPads were requested initially by the library, but the Technology Fee approved funding of the five iPads and five Kindle Fires instead.
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Here we are, the middle of winter quarter. It’s one of those glass half empty, half full situations.
We’re too far away from summer break to have that last surge of energy and too far from the beginning of fall quarter to have a fresh, excited outlook about learning.
Dana Henry, the newest student employee at Pierce College Puyallup Student Programs, is excited about many things in her position as the marketing coordinator. She started working on Feb. 21 after being chosen from 27 applicants, five of whom where interviewed.
Junghee Cho, 54, is attending college for the first time at Pierce College Puyallup, in a completely different country than her native Korea and is learning English as a second language.
The date of physical removal of the pool table is unknown, but most likely will be within the next couple weeks. Frey said they’re still organizing the logistics of pick-up and transportation of the pool table.
Since she could hold a crayon and read a book, Darlene Reilley, 33, has been reading and writing.