Tuesday, November 13, 2018

English becomes a lifestyle

As a Filipino adoptee, Maria Bates didn’t speak a word of English when she started school in the United States. Today, it is her...

Another side in the life of the Pre-Vet Program director

It was June 1967, during the Nigerian Civil War when 14-year-old Leland Shapiro decided to hide three members of a family in the Republic...

Safe sex and chocolates

Kisses may lead to condoms in some instances but yesterday showed that Kisses and condoms could lead to education.


New professor helps run weather station

New Professor Jason Finley Poses for photo for the Roundup on Thursday Sept. 1, 2011. Photo: Jordan Laufe For students interested in pursuing a career...

Students united, Let’s talk people

Students begin by introducing themselves, sharing their name, major, and preferred pronouns. Blatigenous is a club that focuses on the socioeconomic issues and outcomes...

INTERACTIVE: Valentine Wonderland

Three Pierce College students give their views of what Valentine's Day means to them. Also inside are some handy tips on how to have this year's 14th romantic and on a budget.


It’s all about the game

Pierce College is helping support Tri-Valley Special Olympics by donating the basketball court in the gym every Friday night from 6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. through the end of May.


David Turcotte, a ‘Thief and Tyrant’

His night gig is literally a night gig. Counselor David Turcotte, who has a passion for helping students navigate through the complexity of college,...

Imprinting significance through ink

Instead of the aroma of cheese and dough, Jared McFarland is now constantly surrounded by the smells of fresh paint and ink, just how...