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Tucked away in a faculty office behind the Freudian Sip sits Michael Cornner. Changing the college and developing a promotional effort that resulted in an 51 percent enrollment boost are one of the many legacies he will leave behind when he retires this July.
There I am on Yoshi Island. I jump up to collect a gold coin but duck as a huge bullet attacks me. I then swing through the air, collect my mushroom and land on my green dinosaur, Yoshi. As the enemy surrounds me from all sides, I do a twisting jump on their heads while Yoshi eats them up with his big red tongue saving my life.
Some people are born with a natural artistic ability. Envied by millions, this rare breed can draw, paint and sculpt beautiful works of art with ease and grace. Their skills are precise and their minds creative. This is how to describe Lynn Esh. Growing up, Esh had an immediate love for the arts.
A seven-page anonymous, untraceable Web site accuses the Pierce College Agriculture and Natural Resources Department of neglecting the animals under its care. City officials said they have been called out to the farm by anonymous sources, but have not found any signs of neglect or wrong doing.
Writing clearly and correctly seems to be the most significant difficulty among other English learning problems for today’s college students. Certain amount of students need more help in English and approximately 15 percent of Pierce students are below college-level English courses, said Donna Accardo, English department chair, who teaches English 21 and a Shakespeare class.
“You Can’t Take It With You” was a hit for most of its opening night audience, which laughed heartily when it was supposed to, but also found meaning in the heartfelt, serious moments as well. As a whole, the play was generally good, well written and acted.
The Astronomy Society had its last meeting of the spring semester Friday evening in the Campus Center, where a top scientist explained how walking on lava was not only possible, but also quite safe under the right circumstances. “It helps if you don’t weigh very much,” Dr.
It’s a tedious task these days to turn on the TV or rock radio and find a band that isn’t a clich√©d, fresh-out-of-high-school upstart. Lucky for rock enthusiasts everywhere, Audioslave is making their best music ever now without severing ties to their colorful pasts.
It’s the time of the year to celebrate life. “A very Merry Christmas. And a happy new year. Let’s hope its a good one, without any fear. War is over, if you want it.”- “Happy Xmas (War Is Over),” by John Lennon. It sucks that the only time we talk about Lennon’s life is because of his death.
Free screenings for chlamydia and gonorrhea are now being provided to students at the Health Center in collaboration with the Los Angeles County Sexually Transmitted Disease Program. Instead of paying the usual $26, free screenings are available to students between the ages of 14 to 29.