Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Con: Gap Year

A gap year is taken by students as a break to work, travel, or simply rest their brain between secondary school and college. Though,...

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Yes, I have ADHD and no, it can’t be cured

My mouth hit the floor when my professor asked me why I would continue to take Ritalin if it does not cure ADHD. This...

Pro: Professors Displaying Grades

In today’s current environment, many students feel at ease as their grades remain private to the rest of their peers. However, the feeling of content...

One sheriff’s station, too few

In the wake of the latest school shooting by a gunman armed with an AR-15 assault rifle, Pierce College should have additional security to...

I’m just not that into Valentine’s Day…

The battle between the love and hate of a person is not an uncommon one to have, but Rachel Roth gives her opinion on these feelings for the day of Saint Valentine.


Pro: Forego the fattening foods

When is the last time that you saw a healthy option on a stop during a road trip? We have it engrained in our...

Column: Sit down for what?

Protests on college campuses are a long-standing tradition. It is an act often portrayed as a rite of passage and a means of shaping...

A policy as thin as smoke

As an ex-smoker, I understand the harmful effects of the disgusting habit. I understand the animosity felt when someone tells you that you can't smoke in a certain place. I used to hate rules against smoking and believed they infringed on my God-given rights.