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Pierce College Alum excels as coach, student

During her last year as a student at Pierce College, Sydney Davis worked 30 hours a week with three different jobs, went to school full time and completed 120 internship hours in order to pursue a dual certificate in health and fitness and coaching. With 120 internship hours left to complete her degree, Davis served

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Pierce College Concert Band takes the stage Dec. 9

Pierce College Concert Band is hosting its fall concert on Dec. 9, when they will perform the works of Sousa, Spears, Camphouse, Boysen and other seasonal favorites. This free performance will take place in Puyallup’s Arts and Allied Health theater at 7:30 p.m. The band is comprised of about 55 musicians, many of which are

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Pierce College choirs spread holiday cheer

The sounds of the season will be echoing throughout Pierce College in early December when Puyallup and Fort Steilacoom choirs take the stage to perform a variety of holiday favorites. Pierce College Puyallup choirs will perform on Dec. 5 and 6 at 7 p.m., and Fort Steilacoom choirs will perform their own holiday favorites on

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Pierce College instructor provides a sense of home for international student

 When Pierce College Journalism Instructor Teresa Josten made the decision to open her home to an international student, she was prepared for a few minor communication challenges. But with the support she received from the college, becoming a host family has become a priceless experience for the Jostens. For Ivy, a 17-year-old international student from

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Tribal historian to speak on ‘fracking’ at Pierce College Puyallup

Longtime preservationist and tribal historian Tim Mentz Sr. is taking the stage Nov. 25 at Pierce College Puyallup to shed light on the environmental and cultural implications of a controversial form of accessing oil and natural gas, known as “fracking.” Fracking is the process of drilling for natural gas and oil deep underneath the ground.

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Important registration deadlines for Winter Quarter 2015

Winter Quarter 2015 registration begins Nov. 17 for current students. Current students register first, then former students who are coming back, followed by new students. Former and new students will receive information by email. Be sure to register online by clicking here as early as possible to guarantee a seat in the classes you need. Winter

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Pierce College hosts NWAC Volleyball Championship Nov. 20-23

Pierce College is gearing up to host the 2014 Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) Volleyball Championships coming up on Nov. 20-23. The tournament will take place at the Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center, in conjunction with the Western Region and Tacoma South Sound Sports Commission. The Raider Athletics Department will coordinate staff and support for

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Welcome, Dr. Sachi Horback!

After only a month into her position as the new dean of business and social sciences, Dr. Sachi Horback already has big plans for her time at Pierce.  With a background in cross cultural studies, the licensed clinical psychologist always maintained an interest in teaching, and hopes her leadership role at Pierce will allow her

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Celebrating Veterans at Pierce College

The Pierce College community gathered on both campuses in honor of Veterans Day, sharing stories about the service members in their lives and listening to the experiences of several of our own who have served in the past. Kim Allen, Vickie Bell, James Lett and Patsy Rammel shared their own stories with the community at

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Meet Allison Sieving, Director of Educational Outcomes and Effectiveness at Pierce College

As the new Director of Educational Outcomes and Effectiveness, Allison Sieving is looking forward to making a real impact on student learning and success at Pierce College. In this position, she will help make recommendations for critical improvements in the classroom to enhance student learning in all areas. The Midwest native spent the past 10

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