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2009 News Archives

Art Students Visit Eames Studio

Art instructor Cheryl Daley, a local artist who teaches at Pacific Union College, took her 3D design class on an inspiring field trip this November.
Published: Dec 15, 2009 11:41am

Soccer Pioneers: A Kick in the Right Direction

It wasn't long ago that men's soccer became an official varsity sport at Pacific Union College; but in an amazing turn-around season this year, the soccer Pioneers set a precedent for a strong soccer program that may have a lasting legacy for the college.
Published: Dec 14, 2009 11:50am

Albion Announces Winter Discounts

For many years, groups ranging from church groups to wedding parties to mushroom hunters have made use of the cabin, lab, and lodge facilities at the station, located near the coast town of Mendocino.
Published: Dec 09, 2009 12:32pm

2009 Christmas Tree Lighting

The lighting of the Christmas tree is a long-standing tradition at PUC. Formerly, a massive tree beside the church complex was strung with lights and "lit" after vespers on a Friday evening.
Published: Dec 03, 2009 02:28pm

Womens Basketball Team Reaches Beyond the Court

In between games, a group of basketball players took time for a different kind of endeavor — one that involved getting in the spirit of the holiday season and giving back to a community.
Published: Nov 25, 2009 03:04pm

Pioneers: A Season of Sportsmanship and Wins

As Pacific Union College's Pioneers varsity teams in womens volleyball, mens soccer, and mens and womens cross country close their seasons, and as mens and womens basketball opens, the teams exhibit positive sportsmanship along with some serious wins.
Published: Nov 25, 2009 01:54pm

"Religion & Health" Presented for Inaugural Lecture

For the first lecture in the Presidential Inaugural Lecture Series at Pacific Union College, Harvard professor David R. Williams spoke about religion and the impact on American health.
Published: Nov 23, 2009 02:50pm

"Shuffle" Plays to Full House

The second annual 24-hour theater festival was a big hit on Sunday evening, with people lining the walls of Alice Holst Theater and even watching from the lobby.
Published: Nov 17, 2009 12:03pm

Herber Grantee Studies Japanese Literature

If you grew up watching Ultraman and Ampanman, you might be Japanese. If you think Ichiro Suzuki is Superman, you might be Japanese. If you can identify a literary work on a wall and immediately converse about its significance to history, culture and society, you might be Japanese.
Published: Nov 02, 2009 11:49am

David R. Williams Speaks for Inaugural Lecture Series

David R. Williams, a Harvard professor and an internationally recognized authority on social influences on health, will speak at Pacific Union College on November 14. His topic will be "Religion and Health: Findings, Challenges and Unanswered Questions."
Published: Oct 28, 2009 10:27am
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