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Tet’s traditions ring true for Vietnamese New Year

Tet’s traditions ring true for Vietnamese New Year

February 16, 2018

Lunar New Year is one of the most crucial holidays in Vietnam and is heavily influenced from China. In Vietnamese, it is call...

Making Their Mark

Making Their Mark

February 5, 2018

In American Black History, there are a lot of people who stood out in the areas of life. All they wanted...

“The Last Jedi” won’t disappoint fans on good vs. evil

“The Last Jedi” won’t disappoint fans on good vs. evil

January 1, 2018

“The Last Jedi,” the latest entry in the “Star Wars” franchise, does not disappoint the fans who grew up watching the original trilogy with Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Princess Leia.

Working towards a cheap book future

Working towards a cheap book future

December 13, 2017

...not to simply replace the role of traditional textbook publishers. The Open Education Project... to bring cheaper, perhaps even free, options to students when it comes to textbooks.

Raiders win first round in tournament

Raiders win first round in tournament

November 22, 2017

From the start of the game the Raiders showed they meant business. #2 Julia Heronema, an outside hitter, dominated the court with repeat power hits.

Fashion with a Focus:

November 13, 2017

...fashion show to bring understanding and hope in communities, to support friends and neighbors in need, and to bring people together from all walks of life.

Representation Matters

Representation Matters

November 13, 2017

Nathaniel Devish, issues and awareness coordinator for Student Life, hosts a presentation Nov. 14 in honor of Native American Heritage Day.

‘Cranes for Kids’ looks for student help

‘Cranes for Kids’ looks for student help

November 3, 2017

According to William Syhlman, student government vice president, as of Nov. 3, the current crane count is 258.

Students strike a pose for fashion show tryouts

Students strike a pose for fashion show tryouts

October 24, 2017

What happens when an announcement goes out on a college campus about a fashion show? Dreams of runway stardom are born.

Pending DACA policy change puts students’ future in jeopardy

Pending DACA policy change puts students’ future in jeopardy

October 18, 2017

Pierce’s education programs director Krissy Kim has seen the struggles of DACA students. She said she has watched and listened as the uncertainty about their future grows. She said Pierce College will continue to support these students in every way possible.

Banned and challenged book awareness event

Banned and challenged book awareness event

October 3, 2017

On Wednesday Oct. 11, Student Life member, Nate Devish is hosting a Banned and Challenged Book Awareness event in the Rainier building.

Conversation Partner Program

Conversation Partner Program

September 26, 2017

The English Conversation Partners Program pairs non-native English speakers with native English spea...

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