Four Corners Co-op is one of the more recent additions to Pierce College’s list of student clubs.
The club was created last November out of co-founders Kyle Morris’ and Nam Tran’s desire to educate students on issues dealing with social justice, environmental conservation, and overall health and wellness.
“This club is all about you and what you can do,” said 25-year-old Morris, club president, in a recent meeting.
One of the club’s upcoming events this semester involves having human rights activist and former death row inmate Juan Melendez speak at the Great Hall this Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
“I think it’s good that we’re doing this,” said 19-year-old club member Ishmael Karim. “Capital punishment is something people feel strongly about
The club also sells freshly squeezed orange juice Wednesdays on the Mall, and hosts a weekly radio segment Mondays on KPCRadio.com, Pierce College’s student run online radio station.
Four Corners Co-op meets Fridays at 10:30 a.m. in BUS 3203.