In the waning days of the quarter, after all the excitement of student appreciation week had passed, Pierce College and Student Programs still had plans for yet another event: The Pierce College Puyallup Science Fair.
Looking for a place to celebrate graduation? With the end of spring quarter and both high school and college graduation ceremonies approaching, a great place to accommodate family and friends is the Iron Chef Steakhouse at 4301 S. Meridian on South Hill. It’s a delightful dinner and show for everybody, and all it takes to get there is one turn off of Meridian Avenue.
After her graduation from Puyallup high school in 2007, Lauren Adler immediately immersed herself into the political hype of the 2008 presidential election. Supporting then candidate Barack Obama, Adler became the youngest chair of the Democratic Party ever in the 25th legislative district, which Pierce College resides. After the election, Adler felt along with the insistence of her family that she needed to make a move out of the political scene and go to college.
Pierce College Puyallup’s Environmental Committee and Student Programs hosted Environmental Week from April 3-May 4. Each day of the week was highlighted by a specific topic promoting environmental sustainability.
Poppen-Eagan has traveled to Russia, Florence, Austria, France, England and Slovakia among other places for both personal desire and study abroad programs.
Hidden within a cluster of offices in the Access and Disabilities Service Center, Pierce College faculty counselor Elizabeth (Liz) Scott offers counseling and support services for students.
The Raiders softball team finished with second place in the western division and secured a playoff spot to compete in the NWAACC tournament in Portland, Ore.
With the always festive Cinco de Mayo still fresh in our minds, it was appropriate that I eat at one of the many autobuses de tacos in Puyallup. Specifically, the Los Amigos Taqueria is a small, humble bus parked at Meridian Avenue and 120th Street East.
People know how to interact with, or more specifically avoid, the paperboy handing out newspapers to passerby. Based on my observations manning the Puyallup Post table, I determined what body language was taboo and what was not.
The request to install cable on campus came from Student Programs, and currently draws a $2,500 bill according to the Student and Activities budget report.