For PUC English professor John McDowell, the long days of summer began in the cool of 4:15 am, local Jordan time. From June 23-July 28, he participated in the Madaba Plains Project at Tall al ‘Umayri, an archaeological dig sponsored jointly by several Seventh-day Adventist colleges and universities.
Published: Aug 10, 2010 02:39pm
This fall quarter, incoming freshmen will enroll at
Pacific Union College with a variety of backgrounds, experiences, and new
Published: Aug 09, 2010 04:13pm
The Huffington Post this week joined the parade of Internet commentators that have recognized Pacific Union College for excellence in website design.
Published: Aug 06, 2010 09:31am
Academically outstanding 7th-9th-graders got their first taste of college life July 25-30 at PUC’s PacificQuest, an annual program designed to expose middle school students to college-level coursework and encourage them to aspire to higher education.
Published: Aug 05, 2010 06:14pm
alumna Brittany Brown has been named the new Pioneers women’s volleyball coach
at Pacific Union College. “It is exciting to invite Brittany Brown back home,”
says Pioneers athletic director Robert Castillo.
Published: Aug 03, 2010 05:08pm
It is summertime at Pacific Union College once again. The hustle and bustle of the regular school year has died down as many students have left to study abroad, visit family at home, work at summer camps and gain valuable experience through internships.
Published: Jul 22, 2010 10:37am
When Pacific Union College alumna Patricia Thio began work on two particular documentary episodes for a TV program, she knew the stories were powerful—but she didn’t know the national and international recognition they’d bring.
Published: Jul 16, 2010 08:57am
More attention has been
given recently to the post-war lives of American soldiers, ranging from hit
movies to efforts to educate troops and the general public about post traumatic
Published: Jul 07, 2010 11:25am
During the 2010 General Conference World Session in Atlanta Georgia, the Hope Channel featured Pacific Union College President Heather Knight and PUC Outreach Chaplain Norman Knight on a special edition of "World of Hope."
Published: Jul 05, 2010 09:33am
It's a June day in Atami,
Japan, and a group of students and professors are getting a new lodging
experience at a ryokan, a traditional Japanese inn where they sleep on mats on
the floor, wear yukata (casual summer kimonos), and eat traditional food.
Published: Jul 01, 2010 11:35am