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.
People will vote on Initiative 1100 where they are to choose yes to privatize liquor or no to maintain the Washington State Liquor Control Board to continue the operation and distribution of spirits in the state.
Patrick Schmitt officially took over in his role as Puyallup campus president on July 1.
Samhain: Modern Halloween is as mysterious and eerie as Samhain’s nature intended it to be.
Downtown Puyallup will turn into the place to be to celebrate an early Halloween, starting at 9 a.m. Oct. 30
Through an addition to the college’s academic offerings, students may earn an endorsement for written communication by completing a total of 23 credits in composition studies.
Haley Henricksen and Marcee Davis II were selected as the new student representatives for the college after the Oct. 13-14 elections.
Recent budget deficits have triggered a series of spending cuts by Washington state lawmakers.
After increased paper consumption on campus, a print monitoring program introduced last school year has been credited with cutting the amount of paper students use.