The Puyallup campus pool table in the dining commons is no longer available for student use. It was closed Jan. 27 because of what college officials are calling persistent behavioral problems.
With the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, the repeal of Prop 8 and the passage of Bill 6239 in Washington state, rights for gay and lesbian Americans have changed in the past few months.
“That will be $83 for the showing of Intro to International Studies day one,” says the college box office attendant inside my mind as I imagine myself entering one of my future classes at the University of Denver.
At the beginning of winter quarter, Puyallup campus President Patrick Schmitt announced to the college community that he’d been named a finalist for president at Brevard Community College in Cocoa, Fla.
Students were evacuated from the Arts and Allied Health building on Feb. 3 just before 11 a.m. due to a fire in the AAH Nursing Skills Lab.
Contracting the Pierce College bookstores and other options to increase revenue have been considered due to concerning finances in recent years.
It might be concerning to see more deforestation in the Bradley Lake Park area, as new businesses such as Lowe’s build in the area. It could also be a little confusing to see “Native Growth Protection” signs in front of a clearing in the once forested lot at the intersection of 39th Avenue Southeast and 10th Avenue Southeast on South Hill.
This is the site of Group Health’s future clinic, opening fall 2012.
“The Fault in Our Stars” was an eagerly awaited read for me. I preordered my copy months ago and when it came out on Jan. 10, it exceeded my expectations.
Whether you work somewhere that fuels the Valentine’s Day craziness, are the only one of your friends who is single, just got out of a relationship or always have spent Valentine’s Day single, don’t let it get to you.
Students returned to campus Jan. 23 after snow, ice, power outages and wind led to Pierce College starting late Tuesday and canceling classes altogether for the rest of the week.