There are many ways to become active in school. One of the easiest ways is to join a club.
The Pierce College cheer squad started this sports season with a kick.
Dancing and waving to the crowd while wearing a sweltering hot costume, James Dunn and Zach Garrett bring the Raiders mascot to life during basketball and volleyball games.
Today, the mighty bird of prey is the embodiment of Pierce College. Yet, Pierce and its mascot have not always flown in the same formation.
A new peer mentoring program is on campus this fall.
Pierce College students are now able to take advantage of a course in an exciting new career field. Thanks to a partnership with Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, students will be able to take an online course to receive certification in becoming a physical therapist assistant.
The atmosphere was as hot as the Arizona desert as Pierce College hosted a discussion panel on immigration.
We have all experienced both sides of the unrequited see-saw of love and learned that neither side is a playground. Properly handling the situation integrally and directly can be difficult to execute if the truth is hurtful. Halloween celebrates all of existence beyond our five senses.
Everyone has a secret; Everyone has something that they are ashamed of. Most of the time they are harmless.
Going green doesn’t require spending a lot of money. In fact, with some simple steps you can use nature to your own benefit. I’m going to teach you how to make a solar backpack for under $50. It will be able to charge your iPod or any USB device as long as the sun is making contact with your backpack. It’s not the most practical for use in dismal Washington, but at least have bragging rights that you made a solar backpack on your own.