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A Competitor by Nature

A Competitor by Nature

March 30, 2020

The inspiring journey of Jordan Dowd, scholarship recipient and family-made soccer player Jordan Dowd, 18, scored goals on the soccer field ever sin...

COVID-19 situation at Sea-Tac International Airport

COVID-19 situation at Sea-Tac International Airport

March 30, 2020

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Why Don’t We Vote?

Why Don’t We Vote?

March 28, 2020

Students weigh in on today’s political state and what gets them motivated to vote, as the Democratic Primaries arrive. The time has come again to vote f...

Covid-19 for International students from Asia at Pierce College

March 28, 2020

Description: These days, Coronavirus is spreading out all over the world. Pierce College has a lot o...

Pierce College Appoints New Student Government President

Pierce College Appoints New Student Government President

March 25, 2020

Jessica Edmonds to be the Student Government president after the former president steps down. Jessica Edmonds has been appointed Pierce College ...

Toxins in Pierce College’s Backyard

Toxins in Pierce College’s Backyard

March 24, 2020

Waughop Lake and the toxic algae residing within Down the hill from Pierce College Fort Steilacoom is Waughop Lake, a small body of water on the e...

Kicking it with Q – Episode 5 – The Struggle in Hong Kong

March 20, 2020

Quintin Mattson-Hayward talks about the struggles in her home, her transition to the United States a...

Is Everyone Accounted For?

Is Everyone Accounted For?

March 20, 2020

A deep dive of the 2020 Census and its potential impact on state funding Many students of diverse backgrounds face challenges in various aspects of th...

A Final Farewell

A Final Farewell

March 18, 2020

Pierce College Fort Steilacoom gives their final send-off to former president Denise Yochum For what felt like a storm for the first time sinc...

Closures and Available Services Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic

Closures and Available Services Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic

March 17, 2020

On Mar. 12, Washington State governor Jay Inslee announced the closures of all private and public K-12 schools from Mar. 17 to Apr. 24. This would later extend to ...

Washington State death tolls continue to rise amidst Coronavirus panic

Washington State death tolls continue to rise amidst Coronavirus panic

March 13, 2020

On Mar. 8, between 102 - 136 Coronavirus cases have been made in King County, with death tolls being between 16 - 19 and rising. Of the 136 cases reported, 86 of those affe...

Culture Fair Event

Culture Fair Event

March 10, 2020

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