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Pierce News

  • Pierce College Fine Arts Gallery presents Matt Wuscher’s “Water is Life”

    When Matt Wuscher received his very first camera at seven years old, it was the beginning of a lifelong passion for photography. After winning his first photography contest in fifth grade, he knew he found his calling.

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  • Pierce College introduces the community’s newest children’s choir

    When Pierce College Puyallup Choir Director Ken Owen began searching for a children’s choir in the area for his son, he had a much more difficult time than he ever expected.

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  • February events raise awareness about dating violence, assault

    One in five women will become a victim of sexual assault in college, according to a report released by a White House task force charged with protecting students from dating violence. Student Life is taking action to to fight back against this alarming statistic.

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  • Pierce College Theatre presents “5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche”

    It’s 1956, and the widows of the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein are holding their annual breakfast meeting, where the highly anticipated prize-winning quiche will be declared.

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  • Pierce College alum nominated as Entrepreneur of the Year by Puyallup Sumner Chamber of Commerce

    Growing up, Nikki Jackola learned the value of hard work from her parents, but the idea of going to college was never part of the conversation.

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  • Pierce College selects students for 2015 All-Washington Academic Team

    Pierce College is proud to recognize four high-achieving students who will represent the college as members of the 2015 All-Washington Academic Team.

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  • Criminal Justice student finds success in a new career

    After serving in the United States military for many years, Juan Morales knew he belonged in uniform. He entered the military in 2007 and developed valuable skills he hoped to put to use in his next career.

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  • Pierce professor saves students $1 million through open education resources

    After years of teaching math, Professor David Lippman was sick of requiring his students to pay upwards of $150 for a text book. Used books were available at a discount, but students were forced to pay extra fees to use them.

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  • Aspiring nurse finds opportunity at Pierce College

    Sandra Ramirez has come a long way since moving to the United States from Mexico only four short years ago. The 23-year-old Pierce College student knew very little English when she arrived in Washington, but worked hard to find a job and get settled.

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  • Winter is here! Are you prepared?

    As the temperature continues to drop this winter, now is a great time to sign up for email, text or phone alerts in the event of an emergency, delay or closure due to inclement weather.

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Today On Campus

January 31st

Women's Basketball
Starting at 5:00 pm
HEC Fort Steilacoom

Raider Cheer Kids Camp
Starting at 5:00 pm
Fort Steilcoom HEC

Men's Basketball
Starting at 7:00 pm
HEC Fort Steilacoom

February 2nd

Sign-Making Party
Starting at 11:00 am
Dining Commons Puyallup

February 3rd

ICI Leadership Workshop
Starting at 2:00 pm
College Center, Puyallup

February 4th

Blood Drive
Starting at 8:00 am
Upper Courtyard, Puyallup