Photos from left: Aga Brzostowska, Emma Hallberg. Catfishing, pretending to be a different identity online than
Creating a space for mothers and their children to grow and flourish has always been
Alice De Certo shares the powerful testimony of young people who have overcome bullying, rejection, depression and anxiety through a photo exhibit currently on display at Pierce College Puyallup.
South Hill’s largest residential community is expanding again with new subdivisions The Ridge and The Retreat and a new 10-20 year Corliss Resources extraction site. A completed Sunrise will eventually have more than 4,000 units
The GSA club hosts a series of events aimed at keeping Pierce informed, beginning with Ask A Gay.
Candidate for district 10 state senator Karl Mecklenburg visits Pierce to talk homelessness
North Dakota’s Access Pipeline mirrors what’s happening to the Puyallup Tribe, with Clean Energy storing natural gas on the reservation without clearing it with them first.
On Oct. 4, the Puyallup City Council held a meeting to discuss community grant funding for the remainder of 2016 and beyond.
Women Writers Lemonade Edition opens up for students this fall quarter.
EpiPen, a brand of epinephrine auto injectors, has had a price increase of 500 percent. The United States Government, Mylan, the company that owns EpiPen, and patients speak out on the price increase.