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.
With a scissors snip Oct. 1, Pierce College President Patrick Schmitt officially added a little more drama on campus
Congratulations for the men’s basketball team were cut short when it was announced that the
Student fees were expected to go down in 2011 as the third phase of Sound
The recession plagued economy that the world is facing is affecting everyone. The United States
Due to recent security risks occurring on campus in the past couple of months, TSA
Remember that this Friday is the last casual Friday of the year. Starting Monday the
Starting Monday, students will no longer have permission to park vehicles in the B Lot.