If you’re one of those health buffs still buzzing about the “organic” craze then pay attention to a food friendly bill up for vote on
Pierce drops the ball on drop deadline
You fail the first test. The material is over your head. The professor’s teaching style and your learning style conflict. You work long hours to
To vote or not to vote
Attack advertisements. Policy discussions. Debates, rinse, and repeat. It is that time yet again. The United States presidential election has rolled around and the question
Occupy Pierce College
There should be an “Occupy Movement” at Pierce College. “The Occupy Movement” will go down in history as citizens taking their constitutional rights to the
Students would feel safer by having more video cameras on campus
When a student goes to school they do not want to see it covered with armed policemen everywhere they go as though it is a
Looking through a glass… darkly
Often the best way to look at the present is to view it from the perspective of the future because things are always more clear in hindsight. Therefore, in order to attain a more clear understanding of the new generations of “X,” “Y” and ones not yet labeled by pop culture enthusiasts, we will try to look back at the present from the eyes of tomorrow.
Yes, I’ve been here for seven years
I came across a quote emblazoned on the front of a T-shirt recently that read: “College. The best 7 years of my life.” To add insult to injury was the drawing of an overly gleeful middle-aged man accompanying the impertinent line. But if you’re like me, this quote, however relatable and sometimes embarrassing, is completely true.
I just want to sleep, maybe some day
College life is hard. It’s amazing how noticeably different life is when you are not in high school anymore. Part-time and full-time jobs, responsibilities of college life and so much more seem to barge in. At times it becomes almost impossible to cope.