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Noise annoys and it seems to be everywhere, especially when students don’t want it to be, like when they’re studying for finals. However, Pierce officials found a solution. In the library, a newly-opened silent study area offers students a quiet area.
After administering, grading and submitting finals for his oceanography classes on the last day of spring quarter, professor David Behrens went straight from Pierce College to the airport and caught a plane to Indonesia.
According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, an employer has the right to define an acceptable dress code for employees as long as the code doesn’t discriminate or hinder one’s gender, race, color, religion, age, nationality or origin.
Starting college can be stressful whether you’re returning or starting your first year. There are several ways to reduce the stress of college life and the challenges that it poses. Use these tips for a successful school year
Summer is approaching, and at least one man recommends that Washingtonians get out there and take advantage of it.
Internships provide some of the best opportunities to get extra college credit, money, and valuable work experience over the summer. But many students have no idea where to start when it comes to summer internships. Here are some helpful tips for students to get started:
Getting fit is easier than expected with the help of technology.
Students taking summer classes may think there are no services or support available, but Pierce College does offer summer services.
Retired psychology instructor Ed Leitner died April 28, after a nine-month battle with esophagus cancer. He is survived by his wife Pilla and children Neal and Deanna. He’s remembered by countless friends, colleagues and students.