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Poetry from the students of Pierce College.
Do you wait last minute for everything? Did you wait last minute to get your mom a Mother’s Day present? Or to get that thing checked out by the doctor? Do you make the choice to play Angry Birds instead of doing sit ups? Let me guess you like to call yourself a “multitasker” because you can do eight things at once. But the truth is, you’re not getting any of those things done.
On April 20 friends joined in downtown Seattle to remember Micah, who passed away last year. Micah was into tagging. Seattle is known for being more “artistically accepting” whether it be tagging or statues expressing controversial things.
What’s up bro,
So the last two quarters I’ve had class with this girl. She’s really funny, super nice and always classy. The problem is I don’t have enough confidence to talk to her outside of class. I don’t know if she’s interested or if it’s just her personality. How can I find out if she’s interested and how do I approach her if so?
Help a brother out
As a parent of a deaf child, I have spent many hours reading and researching how to give my daughter every advantage possible in order to balance the deficit created by her disability
Dear Sophie, Being a college student I am a very busy person! I work a lot, go to school full time, always have family things going on and I have sports as well.
Humor is a large part of a person’s life. Living in Washington state where it’s cloudy most of the time, depression is becoming an epidemic in the Pacific Northwest. The best remedy for this is simple. All that’s needed is to exercise 17 simple muscles in your face and crack a smile.
As I walked into the theater to see Man on a Ledge, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. I had seen the trailers and couldn’t decide if it would end up being something I would enjoy or not. However, sitting in my seat as the credits rolled I found myself to be pleasantly surprised with my viewing choice.