Dear Sophie, I have a problem. I’m kind of a pushover.
Crime statistics don’t stop at the border of the campus. Here’s a fun look at what laws are not obeyed by the students of Pierce College.
From rotary phones to wireless cell phones and from the vintage typewriters to high-speed laptops, technology is changing rapidly.
I was finishing packing my truck for a weekend in Portland, Ore., at midnight. My two dogs were settled. The three essential items for the two-hour drive: my TomTom GPS, MP3 player and coffee. With the music flowing and the coffee warm, I made sure to plan the route with the least travel time.
Technology is, without a doubt, convenient. From MP3s to smart phones or satellite radio to Google Earth, people never have had so many options to stay connected. Universities are using new programs in an attempt to make learning from home more engaging and convenient.
Why can’t I focus on writing this paper? No matter how hard I try, all I end up doing is playing Internet games or checking my Facebook wall.
Meredith Connie, an Australian-born music instructor and performer at Pierce College, tells her enjoyable story about how she came to live in Washington state.
The holidays are tough, on your heart, your mind, your wallet and especially your waistline. Now that they are over, what are some good ways to stay motivated and get back into my old healthy habits such as going to the gym and watching what I eat?
Eating in Eatonville
Couples count down the days in eager expectancy of receiving the perfect gift. So, what is the solution for gift givers who lack the skill to choose great gifts? Does it take away any of the specialness of a gift if the receiver has dropped hints about what to buy? Or is it all about the thought put into trying to buy the best gift?
As students returned to campus this fall, they may have noticed that a few things had changed. Suddenly the cost of the COMPASS test was raised, as well as an admissions fee suddenly being put into effect.