Wednesday, April 25, 2018

An age-old division

Sequels tend to answer the questions for audiences who want to know what happened after the last scene ends in print or on the...

Club plants tree in remembrance

A pomegranate tree in the Armenian culture symbolizes good fortune and prosperity. Now this beacon of hope will extend its branches into the fabric...

Of the people and for the people

Few who seek to offer aid to the less fortunate can truly empathise with those who find themselves in dire circumstances. However, Tricia Robbins...

A little unexpected

The fine art of shaping youth

The relationship between shaping minds and shaping clay may not be apparent to some. But for Sara Wedman, her artistry and her career go...

Gather up food and knowledge

Students were given food — and food for thought — at the Vegan Society’s celebration of Earth Day on Thurs., April 19. Vegan bagels...

Population Pierce – Steven Blugrind

Steven Blugrind dances in the Library Learning Crossroads courtyard. “Dragon Ball Z inspires me a lot. Goku trains every day, he’s a very nice person,...

A big community on a small stage

Sherrie Bradford delivered an original poem about the struggles and successes that she and her family faced, which led many people in the crowd...

Present and accounted for

Poised over a table of accounting students in the tutoring center, Talar Hanounek’s bright eye contact and brighter smile suggests a focused woman. But...

Listen to LeVine

When he was a reporter for the Pierce College Roundup, he attended the Journalism Association Community College Convention and won first place for best...