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Alum Performs to Standing Ovation

A tall, handsome young man in a blue velvet blazer and a thin black tie walks onto the stage. In a single moment, the silence of the crowd disappears as though Justin Timberlake had come to Pacific Union College.
Published: Mar 08, 2010 09:10am

Students Mentor Local Children

Sporting a bright yellow t-shirt and a magnetic smile, sophomore biochemistry major Anthony Yeo sits at a table in the Pacific Union College library to take a break from studying for a cell-molecular biology exam.
Published: Mar 04, 2010 10:55am

DAS Hosts New Works

This February, the Dramatic Arts Society at Pacific Union College hosted "Inspired By," a new works festival featuring three original plays.
Published: Mar 02, 2010 11:44am

Students Spend Sabbaths with Kids

Aren Rennacker is a busy man. He’s a full time student. He plays varsity basketball. He’s a resident assistant in Grainger Hall dormitory.
Published: Mar 01, 2010 01:21pm

Nursing Program Expands in Napa

For years, nursing students from Pacific Union College have been traveling the 30 miles to Queen of the Valley Medical Center (QVMC) for clinical rotations and, eventually, for job opportunities.
Published: Feb 25, 2010 10:34am

Professor Ha Speaks for Senior Recognition

On February 11, Jimmy Ha, a beloved religion professor who has been battling cancer, spoke for Pacific Union College's annual senior recognition program. The officers of the class of 2010 invited Ha to speak at this program, and the school body welcomed him with a standing ovation.
Published: Feb 11, 2010 02:59pm

Alum Called to Service in Haiti

When a massive earthquake devastated Haiti this January, one PUC alumnus was especially touched. Nicole Wilson, class of 2006, had just returned from the impoverished island nation, where she and a group of Christian missionaries...
Published: Feb 04, 2010 09:25am

Meet the Women's Basketball Team

The midpoint of an athletic team’s building season is a kind of like looking at half a glass of water—you have to decide how you want to look at it. Fortunately, PUC’s Pioneers women’s basketball is a team full of hard-working optimists.
Published: Feb 03, 2010 10:15am

Students Bring "X Games" to Alameda

This past summer, Pacific Union College student Robert Abdul-Karim collaborated with Pastor Marshal George of Alameda Seventh-day Adventist Church to take a unconventional approach to evangelism for Abdul-Karim’s theology degree.
Published: Feb 02, 2010 12:18pm

Neff Advocates Love of Old and New Earth

At the biennial Longo Lecture, Christianity Today Media Group editor in chief and vice president David Neff presented "Earth Day and the New Earth: Is creation care in competition with second-coming Christianity?"
Published: Jan 29, 2010 11:38am