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2008 News Archives

PUC Church Strengthens the Faith Community

The first service at the Pacific Union College Church commences with the rich tones of the Rieger organ. Not long ago, this “early service” started at 8:45 and housed a very small congregation, mostly white-haired.
Published: Apr 01, 2008 08:49am

Visiting Professor Looks at Religious Wars

David Trim, a history professor from Newbold College, much-published author, and preacher, has come to Angwin from England for a one-year stint at Pacific Union College, financed by the Walter C. Utt Endowed Chair of History.
Published: Mar 21, 2008 12:31pm

Mentorship and Kite-making: Making a Difference for Teens

In an inconspicuous commercial area at the end of a tiny strip-mall, a door opens into a hubbub of young voices. It’s 3:40 and the Angwin Teen Center has been filling up with the after-school crowd of junior high and high school students, bearing their earphones, their backpacks, and a lot of energy.
Published: Mar 17, 2008 02:12pm

Spoken Word Poet Performs Powerful Social Commentary

Bain experienced the unjust hand of the law when he was taken in for a crime he didn’t commit. His only crime: being black and in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Published: Mar 12, 2008 11:02am

Love is In the Air: The One-Act Festival

Valentine’s Day may have come and gone but love was still in the air at Pacific Union College thanks to the latest Dramatic Arts Society production, “Love: is a Four-letter Word.” Audiences filled the Alice Holst Theater for six nights to watch actors explore how and why we fall in seven one-act plays.
Published: Mar 03, 2008 10:05am

Darfur Conflict Survivors Speak at PUC

Ibrahim Musa Adam, a former farmer and volunteer teacher, was one of two survivors from the Darfur conflict region in Sudan who shared his first-hand account for Pacific Union College’s February 7 all-school colloquy program.
Published: Feb 14, 2008 01:35pm

Local Students Attend Sundance Film Festival

For the second year, several students from Pacific Union College made a special trip to the Sundance Film Festival, the largest independent film festival in the United States, from January 23 to 28.
Published: Feb 11, 2008 09:51am

Two New Novels Carry on the Walter Utt Legacy

Legendary as a lecturer and beloved as a mentor, PUC history professor Walter C. Utt was mourned deeply when he died in 1985.
Published: Jan 28, 2008 10:10am

Local Heroes Visit PUC

They weren’t wearing capes and they didn’t fly onto the stage, but the three local businesspersons who visited PUC for the January 17 all-school colloquy were welcomed as heroes.
Published: Jan 23, 2008 11:13am

College Remembrance for Dr. King Includes Official Apology

Bill Knott, editor of the Adventist Review, the flagship journal of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, shared this little-known story at PUC’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Colloquy program on January 10, 2008.
Published: Jan 14, 2008 01:23pm
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