Thursday, May 28, 2020

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....

Award-winning Ed-ucater

Most of the time, when a teacher spots a student on Facebook during class, they get reprimanded. However, during math instructor’s Edouard Tchertchian’s class,...

You may say he’s a Dreamer

Helping those in pursuit of a higher education reach the goals they set for themselves is the dream job for this Pierce alumnus. Axel Cortes...

Stepping up when needed

  Students often have the desire to participate, but lack the knowledge and experience needed. But the new Vice President of the Associated Student Organization...

Playing with numbers and finding the music in math

All music students learn the basics of quarter notes, arpeggios and chords, while tagnets, cosines and waveforms remain in the real of math. Math...

Honor, duty, courage and higher education

  Going from “boots to books” can be difficult for some transitioning back to everyday life and taking orders from professors instead of sergeants. But...

It takes a village to raise a Pierce student

Due to the nature of community college, students often come and go, and are not always given the opportunity to form connections. Umoja, the Swahili...

Rayn-or stirs up the pool

The transition from high school to college is a time for new beginnings, which allows a person to expand their horizons. Hollen Raynor is one...

A crash course in crushing expectations

Julia Melero was doing paperwork at her uncle's auto shop where she saw broken cars coming in, and thought that she rather be in...

Yee haven’t seen anyone like her

Do you remember what you were doing at 13 years old? The Associated Students Organization’s (ASO) newest president Vivian Yee does because she didn’t...

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