The anticipated sunny weather is approaching. But Washington is much like a box of chocolates because you never know what you’re going to get weather wise. So as the sweaters and boots are tucked away for a few months, it’s time to bring out open-toed shoes and sundresses.
With attention grabbing interludes and inspiring lyrics, The Ongoing is an alternative band comprised of four members. Two attend Pierce College.
The odds have certainly been in The Hunger Games favor since it made its tremendous debut from book to theaters on March 21, 2012.
Three Pierce College alumni who are making a difference in other’s lives were honored on April 11 at the 31st Distinguished Alumni Celebration.
Why go one day without shoes? To serve as a reminder of the millions of children living in developing nations who are unable to afford the luxury of shoes and therefore risk injury, disease and infections daily.
Three to four times a year, Bradley Lake is re-stocked with 1,000 half-pound trout. These fish are known as triploids, which look, swim and taste like normal fish, except they contain three sets of chromosomes.
As exams continue to overwhelm you and stressful decisions regarding future plans start to affect your work ethic, find inspiration and motivation through exercise.
Blossoming flower bulbs, warm breezes and serenading birds indicate that spring’s just around the corner. As the season’s freshness signifies new life, simple, small tasks can create newness inside the home.
As the idea of “spring cleaning” begins to spread, take a deep breath.
After 13 years of experience with the piano and six years of experience with the flute, Yeomans is a member of the Pierce College orchestra, in which she plays both instruments.
tereotypically, instructors aren’t known for their fashion sense.
Those constant hours in front of the classroom lecturing and leading discussions while surrounded by dry erase markers that no longer work and frustrating technology that won’t cooperate make fashion the least of their priorities.