Facts and Fictions

The grity city we live in is more than just a cluster of brick buildings with quirky cup cake shops wedged in between. Tacoma was once coined ‘The City of Destiny.’ In this city, just bursting at the...

Dia de los Muertos Festival

On Sunday, the dead rise in Tacoma and the Tacoma Art Museum is celebrating with their free Dia de los Muertos Community Festival on November 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This is the eighth year the TAM ...

Does “Fun Size” Really Matter?

With Halloween only two days away, both kids and adults with the maturity of kids will go Trick or Treating, costuming as ghosts, zombies, or their favorite presidential candidate, Barack Obama or Mi...

Invaders serve humans, for dinner

UNITED NATIONS–Oct. 27. There was a dominating society which valued technological advancement and wealth accumulation above all else. Their “development” was praised in their media and equated ...

Halloween spending up this year

Halloween of 2012 might shape up to be a bigger celebration than in recent years. A National Retail Federation survey found that 71.5% of Americans will participate in the holiday, spending a combine...

Improvements to the C-store in the works

The C-store opened in the Outpost on the first day of fall quarter. However, due to its rather bizarre hours of operation, you many no have seen it or yet been able to shop there. Fortunately, change...

Creepshow: The History of Fear

If you are still looking for something to do for Halloween, dare I suggest, an option drenched in both antiquity and blood? “Creep show is unique amongst haunted houses in that you will travel throug...

Students sound off on Prop 1

The proposed tax increase of 0.3% for Pierce County residents to maintain and slowly increase bus service implores UWT students to ask an important question: “Do I want to pay more taxes for this?” T...