“The purpose of the club is to promote multiculturalism and diversity at Pierce College Puyallup by offering participation in various Native American activities to Pierce College students,” First Nations Club president Arsenio Lopez said.
While students were on spring break, a district committee representing the Pierce College Puyallup and Fort Steilacoom campuses did a bit of spring cleaning by replacing the soda and snack vendors.
To officially kick off Civics Week: Rock the Vote, the band Girl on Fire performed. Free food and voter registration information were provided by Student Programs on April 22.
Josh Powell walked the hallways of Pierce College Puyallup in 1996, when the Gaspard and Brouillet buildings were all that constituted the young campus. Nearly 16 years later, mystery surrounds Powell’s alleged murder suicide of himself and his two young boys on Feb. 5 in Graham.
Spring cleaning traces its roots to many cultures, ethnic groups and faiths that implemented spring time rituals into their society. During these times, spring cleaning was more of a holiday with meaning which is quite different from today’s interpretation.
Instructor Floyd Churchill discussed China’s current role in the world as well as its souring relationship with the United States as part of a series of lectures Feb. 21.
Senioritis is a serious social condition affecting high school and college students nearing their final stretch of school until graduation and who display a general trend of apathy in their last months of school. Symptoms include a lack of motivation, tendency to skip or under perform in classes, and the most dreadful: chronic procrastination.
While the idea behind Chronicle is a Hollywood repeat, it creates high expectations with realistic twists and a redeveloped sense of the first person camera view experience.
The Rainier science dome on the Fort Steilacoom campus received approval from the Board of Trustees to begin completion of the $1.6 million project on Jan. 11.
History instructor Christopher Vanneson lectured about the current economic and political picture in Europe on Feb. 7 in a campus-wide event.