Friday, November 16, 2018

Hydration stations help education

Walking through triple-digit temperatures, the sun beaming down on your skin, the dry air chapping your lips as the beads of sweat drip. No,...

Knowing is half the ballot

With such an important midterm election coming up, one would think that a place that is supposed to encourage knowledge and consciousness, would be...

We got the papers

As more people become environmentally conscious, more recycling initiatives are taking place. Throughout the Pierce campus are bins for recycling cans and bottles. However,...

Editorial – To write or not to write (in a center)

Being prepared for an essay or writing assignment not only saves students time and stress, but it can also help students succeed throughout their...

No resources for night owls

Community colleges often act as a stepping stone for students to transfer to four year universities. For many non-traditional or returning students, community college...

Split granite, don’t panic

The ground starts to shake beneath you as you walk through the hallway on campus, and you notice that everyone around you has no...

A community’s college

  The word community is thrown around a lot when talking about community colleges. However, the true definition of that word has been shown in...

I’m dreaming of an online winter

We know that college can take a long time. Dedicating time to earn an associates degree or four-year degree can be difficult and often...

Our fear of losing Ofir

Last week, the Roundup printed an article delving deep into the gritty details of what can be considered the uncaring eviction of the Falafelicious...

Editorial – Demographics

In recent history, Pierce has suffered in enrollment. Classes are canceled every semester due to low student registration, and the student body has been...