Pacific Union College received a generous donation of cutting-edge laboratory equipment from B&K Precision to allow students in its physics department to acquire data more effectively and enhance learning.
PUC celebrated Green Week 2013 through various on-campus activities. Events included a fashion show featuring upcycled clothing, a “design your own” Green Week t-shirt, and a demonstration on gardening...
Asher Raboy, M.F.A., artist in residence, was named the Pacific
Union College 2013-2014 Educator of the Year at a special colloquy program on
March 14. The title is awarded entirely by student votes. This is Raboy’s first
time receiving the award.
My goal this year is to promote the campus wide theme of Unity by encouraging collaboration between different student organizations, faculty, staff and administration; organizing special projects that benefit the campus as a whole; and supporting the goals of the student association officers.
As the FVP this year, I believe it is my responsibility to keep the students informed about the financial matters in the SA. After all, that’s what our responsibilities are as the students’ servants, and it is a portion of tuition we have been entrusted with.
As the religious vice president of Pacific Union College this year it is my passion to help students find meaningful connections with Jesus as Savior and Friend. My promise to the campus is that if they are willing to search for Jesus I will do my utmost to help them find ways to engage with Him and what He is doing. My hope is to help make PUC a place where people find and keep Jesus.
I am a senior majoring in intercultural communication and Spanish. As editor-in-chief of the Campus Chronicle, my goal is “community through conversation.” In my spare time, I like to watch the Yankees win!
I am a super-senior and a graphic design major. Some of my goals for the yearbook are to find creative ways to showcase the school's diversity and to capture day to day life at PUC. With my time as editor, I also hope to create more interest and opportunities for students to get involved with SA publications.