Thursday, April 18, 2019

Totally psych-ed to be at Pierce

A psychologist is tasked with analyzing the mind. But for Brian Gendron, that’s only part of the job. The real task is equipping students...

A fresh idea with recycling

After losing his job and friends, a young innovator stumbled upon a street piled with recyclable containers. This sparked an idea in his mind...

Planting the seeds of change

After seeing the damaging effects of cancer and other virulent diseases, Andrew Hemphill began looking for a solution at the root of a plant....

The director’s chair seats two

Does the passion to create run in the blood? For the “Wildflower Sisters,” it certainly does. Following in the footsteps of their father, Claire and...

Looking at the big picture

A photo might be worth 1,000 words, but the opportunity to learn from a photographer with a deep well of knowledge and a bounty...

Leaping off the page with graphic lit

The orange hair appeared messy at first, but with a closer look, each neon spike, varied in length and width, is molded and angled...

Someone’s in the kitchen with Gloria

The wafting smell of Pierce alumna Gloria Zarate’s freshly baked confections invite customers to her food truck, Yummy Pie Babies. One taste is designed...

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...

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...

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...

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