Continuing Education classes are no longer being taught at the South Hill Park site. They’re now being taught at Pierce College Puyallup with the department’s main offices being moved to room A102 in the Administration building.
I was done; I didn’t want to deal with it anymore. I withdrew immediately from PLU and decided to go to UW Tacoma. Then, the $7,000 bill came in the mail.
Beginning June 12, some big changes will be coming to Pierce Transit. The local bus service in Puyallup and the rest of Pierce County will be suffering a budget cut of 20 percent with more to possibly come before the end of the year.
The current food vendor contract between Pierce College and Chartwells expires Aug. 31, leaving many students wondering what next year’s cafeterias at Puyallup and Fort Steilacoom campuses will look like.
Pro E-reader: Paper books have so many advantages over hand-carved stone tablets, same with printed books and hand written books. Following that trend, e-readers have so many advantages over printed books.
Pro paper back: Nothing is more satisfying than riffling through the pages of your favorite paperback. Thumbing through the pages and occasionally flipping ahead a few chapters to see what happens is all a part of the reading experience.
I recently had the rare chance to take a week off from life. Let me tell you this, in that one week I have never felt more free and happy than I ever have before.
Portal 2 is the product of years of anticipation mixed with fond memories of the original Portal, and it’s one of the finest games I have ever had the pleasure of playing.
What’s the point of college? Nearly every day we are caught in an endless fury of homework and classes. Then after that we end up working jobs all night long just to survive. And what for, a piece of paper that is supposed to be our golden ticket into the world?
pace represents everything mysterious in the worlds beyond our own. You never know what might turn up just around the bend of the next planet.
Nearly every day students are caught in an endless fury of homework and classes. Then after a school day, they work jobs all night long just to survive.