For 17-year-old Bethany Atwood, a childhood spent listening to her father’s stories and then experiencing them first hand has left her with a passion to work with the Untouchables in India.
Many Pierce students have a variety of cultures represented in their homes, often more than what could be seen by outsiders.
Megan Hesketh, 17, has a heart of gold when it comes to helping others.
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
This winter’s storm came and went, and so did this quarter. Sure the days off because of canceled classes in January were nice, but are students still reveling in the extra time off? Or has the rush to make up for lost time been overwhelming?
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.
Soul Calibur 5, released Jan. 31 for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, is a good game to start with for a player new to the series.
Applying to a university can be challenging but don’t let the process overwhelm you.
Pierce College has many resources to help its students. While most students know about the computer center and library, a few places often go unnoticed as well as unused.
Looking around on campus, it’s easy to see just how many students are drinking caffeine. In class every day there’s at least a couple students drinking Starbucks or trying to stay awake with energy drinks.