Pierce College musicians take the stage in fall quarter concerts

Talented Pierce College musicians are helping the community kick off the holiday season with a stellar series of concerts this December. All concerts take place in Pierce College Puyallup’s Arts and Allied Health Building Theatre, located at 1601 39th Ave. SE. Tickets are $5 for general admission, and free for Pierce College students with identification.

Pierce College alum’s debut film garnering awards at film festivals around the country

Like many college freshmen, Serena Berry wasn’t quite sure what she wanted to study when she first enrolled at Pierce College. Her passion had always been art, but she thought she may have better career prospects if she pursued a construction management or business degree. After taking a number of different classes in the three

Stay warm, fed this Thanksgiving (and help others do the same)

If you or someone you know is looking for a hot meal or some warm clothing this Thanksgiving, or if you’re interested in volunteering to help those in need throughout Pierce County, check out this list of organizations serving free holiday meals that are open to everyone. Free holiday meals on Nov. 23 Oasis of

Opportunity Rocks concert to benefit Pierce College Foundation

In a special event co-sponsored by the Pierce College Federation of Teachers and The Poverty Committee, the college community is invited to attend an evening with Beatles tribute band Shabby Road. Featuring our very own Bret Burkholder on guitar and vocals, the band has made a name for itself by performing at benefits and fundraisers

Raider Volleyball gears up for NWAC Championships

The Raider Volleyball team has shined all season long, and the team hopes to continue winning during the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) Championships, taking place Nov. 16-19 at the Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center. The team finished the season with 12 wins and only two losses, earning the coveted NWAC West Division Title for

Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Theatre presents: “Remembering the Honeymooners”

Long before beloved sitcoms such as “Seinfeld,” “Friends” and “Big Bang Theory,” there was “The Honeymooners.” Known as one of the first situation comedies in television history, the show that aired in 1955 will be the subject of the Fort Steilacoom fall theater production. “Remembering The Honeymooners” is an original production that will celebrate and

Learn about mental illness during event hosted by Pierce College’s Patient and Family Education Services

Thanks to an innovative partnership, Pierce College has provided education services to patients and their families at Western State Hospital for more than 37 years.

Running Start program offers challenging courses, tuition savings and more for eligible high school students

Thanks to the Running Start program, high school students looking for a unique challenge have the opportunity to enroll in college courses while saving up to two years of college tuition.

The Pierce College Wellness Committee presents new Lunch-n-Learn events

The Wellness Committee is hosting a Lunch-n-Learn event on each campus: Demystifying Strength Training with Kinesiology Program Coordinator Lisa Murray.

Pierce College Puyallup Theatre presents Wild Washington

As a tribute to the natural beauty surrounding the Pacific Northwest, Pierce College Puyallup Theatre presents its original fall production Wild Washington. The production takes place Nov. 2-4 at 7 p.m. in Puyallup’s Arts and Allied Health Building Black Box Theatre.