Friday, February 22, 2019

Tanisha Saunders turns her life around by getting involved

Tanisha Saunders has become a student leader during her time at Pierce, overcoming her struggles as an adolescent. As a child, Saunders faced both physical...

Preview: Dramatic story unfolds in ‘Blood Wedding’

Federico Garcia Lorca’s “Blood Wedding” takes the audience back to 1930s Spain on the dramatic eve of a wedding. In the Pierce College spring production...

A song for a different stage

Hair as black as raven feathers, arms tattooed with skulls and facial piercings to match, Justin Emord emits the typical rocker appearance which alludes...

Hard work results in educational benefits

Students who join the Honors program at Pierce College will be rewarded a priority standing in many colleges and the satisfaction of taking challenging...

Freshness is closer than you think

  Back in the 2005, only a red open barn and overgrown grass that had turned yellow from the heat could be seen from the...

An air FORCE to be reckoned with

The best teachers are cheerleaders and disciplinarians, but few have the professional experience in the fields that bring about these qualities.    Kinesiology Department Chair...

Meeting ASO Vice President Mariella Valdez

The Roundup recently sat down with Associated Students Organization, Vice President Mariella Valdez to talk about what she plans to accomplish during her term.    RoundUp:...

Review: ‘Fantasticks’ a must-see

Imagine a story based on the classic Romeo and Juliet situation – except instead of the family feud being real, it’s fabricated to bring...

Local bar The Bunker hosts “Ode to Nature” student-art show

Dive bar The Bunker was transformed for an evening from neighborhood tavern to art gallery by a Pierce College double-major, her bartender-manager and the...