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Eboo Patel: Build Bridges of Understanding

On January 9, Pacific Union College hosted Dr. Eboo Patel for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Remembrance installment of the Colloquy Speakers Series.

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Students Serve on Navajo Reservation for Fourth Time

Twenty-two students from Pacific Union College spent a week of their winter break serving and providing aid for a Navajo community located near Page, Ariz. 

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PUC Mobile App Wins Award

The Pacific Union College iPhone and iPad app won the Best in Class award from the Society of Adventist Communicators at the Society’s convention in Salt Lake City, October 24-27.

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Student Blogs | Araya Moss

Posted on February 1, 2013 at 1:19 pm

Now that I am a junior, I’m taking more challenging, upper division classes. I have late-night classes, extensive readings every night, and time-consuming group projects that actually last the whole quarter.

Classes like small group communication and intercultural communication are no joke. Thankfully, this week has been a bit more relaxed and I can take a break and breathe. Overall, I have a different course load compared to, say, psychology majors or future nurses, who have clinicals on top of classwork, but studying communication is challenging in its own way.

Another change in my schedule this quarter is that I joined the Campus Chronicle. I am not “that person” who gets involved in on-campus organizations, so my joining a student activity may surprise some. Being a part of the Campus Chronicle gives me an opportunity to actually do something with my life, which is good because, at this point in time, I am still trying to figure out what it is I want to do after graduation. I think working on the Chronicle can lead me toward a clearer picture. I am still new on the staff, so there is an adjustment period, but so far I am enjoying it.

I am about halfway done here at PUC. Although I am still unsure about what I want to do, I’m not too worried. I know God has a plan for me. I just have to be willing and open to what he has in store.

Araya Moss
Junior, Communication with PR emphasis