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Convocation Features Pioneering Surgeon Leonard Bailey

PUC’s student body, from excited freshmen to seasoned seniors, packed into the PUC Church on September 25 to attend the first gathering of fall quarter’s Colloquy Speaker Series.

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PUC Welcomes New Students

Phaidra Knight’s first class doesn’t start until nine in the morning on Monday, but the new Pacific Union College freshman is already making PUC home. Like the rest of her peers in the PUC Class of 2018, Knight arrived on campus with a car full of boxes on September 17 for new student orientation ready to join the PUC community.

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Meet Your New SA President: Daniel DeCaires

Daniel DeCaires has a passion for Pacific Union College and is ready to lead. DeCaires, a senior from Benicia, Calif., majoring in business administration, will be serving as the president of PUC’s Student Association (SA) during the 2014-2015 school year, which begins September 22.

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Student Blogs | Warrie Layon

Posted on March 5, 2010 at 10:24 am

The end of winter quarter brings the usual edgy dynamic to our campus with finals right around the corner. When you walk around campus, everyone is ready to get their exams over with and start their spring vacation. Lucky for us though, we are enjoying a much-needed break from the rain. The sun finally decided to visit us again today making it even harder to focus! Everyone is definitely looking forward to the warm spring weather. I’m personally looking forward to going out to a dry playing field for some intramural baseball.

It seems like there’s so much to look forward to in the next few days. Tonight (Wednesday) is the women’s open dorm. I’m excited to eat all the yummy foods and baked goods that come with this joyous occasion. The girls prepare way better foods than the Pop-Tarts, Chips Ahoy, and Doritos that come out of the men’s open dorm. This weekend is also SA talent show and SA banquet. I’ve heard some of the acts for talent show and I have to say that this is one talented student body.

I love it up here! There’s a lot to keep me busy. Seventeen credits, labs, SA responsibilities and other academic endeavors have proved to be a challenge these past eight weeks — but we’re almost at the end. The students are working hard and the results are showing. I went out to town yesterday to celebrate with a couple of my friends that got accepted into dental school.

I’m looking forward to seeing all my friends and family during spring vacation. I have to go back to the library now. Organic chemistry won’t learn itself.

Warrie Layon
Pre-Med PR/Journalism Major