PUC in Pictures
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March/April 2012

Seniors Geoff Brummett and Dustin Baumbach enjoyed a preview of graduation at Senior Recognition, March 8.

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March/April 2012

Jessica Cerda, one of the many excited soon-to-be college grads at Senior Recognition.

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Communication professor Tammy McGuire delivered a special speech on March 15, culminating her term as PUC’s Educator of the Year.

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Math professor Richard Rockwell, second from left, received praise from colleagues and friends at a ceremony inducting him as a professor emeritus. Rockwell will retire this year after more than 30 years at PUC.

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March/April 2012

The Student Association hosted Date Night at the Cameo March 3, showing the film Red Tails at the small theater in downtown St. Helena. Proceeds from the event went to fund an a campus improvement project at Nile Union Academy in Egypt.

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March/April 2012

Pattie Thompson and Arielle Serra were among the star performers at this year’s Student Association Talent Show, March 10.

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March/April 2012

Melvin Gruesbeck and his band were a big hit at the SA Talent Show.

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Music professor Rachelle Berthelson Davis gave a special violin performance March 17 as part of PUC’s Fine Arts Series.

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March/April 2012

Twenty PUC students visited the town of Empalme de Boaco, Nicaragua for a mission trip over spring break.

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The students demolished the town’s crumbling clinic, paving the way for a new medical facility to serve the community.

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Business professor Lary Taylor, left, received an unprecedented third Educator of the Year award at an April 5 Colloquy presentation. Students and colleagues alike have noted Taylor for his warm and welcoming approach to teaching.

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March/April 2012

PUC and the Green Club hosted Green Week from April 16 to 23. Each day had a different theme and a variety of events around campus, all focusing on topics related to a healthy and environmentally friendly lifestyle.

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As part of Green Week, nutritionist Dr. Cheryl Peters spoke about healthy and natural foods at Colloquy.

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The visual arts department unveiled its annual Student Work show April 19, awarding prizes to the top artists in several categories. Senior Amador Jaojoco won six awards, the most of any entrant.

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March/April 2012

At Homecoming 2012, President Heather J. Knight presented trophies to several honored alumni—here Erica Davis, ’04, a paralyzed athlete who was the first paraplegic woman to scale Mt. Kilimanjaro.

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March/April 2012

REVO PUC held their main fundraising event April 29. A secondhand clothing sale, concert, and fashion show raised money and awareness for Navajo communities in Arizona suffering the continuing effects of a federal ban on construction.

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March/April 2012

Academy students toured PUC and the Napa Valley at College Days, April 12 to 15.

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March/April 2012

The Napa Valley Dirt Classic held in April attracted over 400 riders from across the US. - Photo by Forrest Hasso

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