Students had a chance to escape their usual routine of classes in September when a laser tag dome was inflated near the Student Center.
Almost 65 students and employees participated in the blood drive hosted by Pierce College and Cascade Regional Blood Services on Oct. 6.
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.
Why am I parked at a green light? Oh right. The person in front of me is texting.
Parking is horrible. Odds are pretty good you already knew that. But did you know that it has been this way for some time now?
With a scissors snip Oct. 1, Pierce College President Patrick Schmitt officially added a little more drama on campus
Students will have a permanent home for the pool table and entertainment systems. Class room