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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 | Jessica Lee

Posted on November 30, 2012 at 9:56 am

Thanksgiving has passed and after this week is “dead week”—then finals! I can’t believe fall quarter is almost over. It has been quite an adventure and I cannot wait for winter quarter to come so I can wear layers of clothing and drink hot coffee. My hope and prayer is that it snows again like it did my freshman year.

Since my freshman year, up until now, I have noticed how much I’ve grown as a person on this campus. God has blessed me by leading me to PUC and letting me meet wonderful friends that have become family. These individuals have helped shape me into the person I am today.

I feel like college is passing by too quickly. Just now I’m finally adjusting to life as a college student. I’m happy that I’m involved on campus by taking on responsibilities such as being KASA president and a Resident Assistant for 3rd floor Winning Hall.

This week would have to be one of the busiest due to my many obligations: having to register for classes for the next quarter, studying for my tests, and preparing projects, as well as dedicating myself to KASA by organizing Bible studies and events.

In addition to that, I also had to set aside time to prepare nametags and decorate my floor for the women’s open dorm this Thursday. However, in the midst of the chaos, I can say that I love PUC and all it has done for me thus far. I know there is a reason for everything and I believe this is a sign from God telling me to keep my head up and persevere.

Jessica Lee
Communications/Dental Hygiene/A.S. in Health Sciences