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Remembering the Life of Allison Fox

Remembering the Life of Allison Fox

June 8, 2023

Pacific Union College and the Angwin community are deeply saddened by the loss of Allison Fox, PUC alum, access services librarian, and Honors program director, who passed away surrounded by her family on May 9 in Angwin, California.

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A Restored Supply Wagon Brings Back a Lifetime of Memories to PUC Alum

A Restored Supply Wagon Brings Back a Lifetime of Memories to PUC Alum

April 25, 2023

Paul Damazo visited Pacific Union College in February to meet with President Ralph Trecartin and Vice President for Financial Administration Joy Hirdler. Much to his surprise, Dale Withers, PUC facilities director, kindly brought out the old supply wagon, which used to carry produce and milk from PUC’s garden and dairy farm. Damazzo used to sit on the seat with his father when he was a PUC student. Mr. Damazo drove the delivery wagon with a team of horses down to St. Helena to deliver goods. 

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PUC Names Hernan Granados as New Athletic Director

PUC Names Hernan Granados as New Athletic Director

April 25, 2023

No one was more surprised than Hernan Granados, when he was offered the opportunity to become Pacific Union College's new athletic director.

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Pacific Union College Announces Deans For New Three-School Model

Pacific Union College Announces Deans For New Three-School Model

April 4, 2023

Pacific Union College is embarking on a new three-school model for the upcoming year and announced Tuesday the appointments of the deans who will help lead the efforts to maintain and grow the college’s academic excellence.

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Albion Field Station

Albion Field Station

PUC’s field station on the Mendocino Coast is the perfect combination of nature and knowledge.

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Alumni Highlights


Alex Chang, '19

PUC alum Alex Chang (B.S. in Chemistry with a Biochemistry Emphasis ‘19) recently published a book titled, Your Corner. The book is about his experience with missions- including stories from his time as a PUC student missionary.


Marnie Breckenridge, '93

Marnie Breckenridge is an internationally acclaimed soprano from St. Helena. Growing up, she loved singing and was a natural performer, and her teachers throughout high school and college told her that she could do this professionally.


Nephtali Marin, '21

Nephtali Marin graduated from PUC in 2021 with a B.F.A in Film, and decided to stay on our beautiful campus to continue his passion for videography by helping out the PR department. Having worked at PUC’s PR office since his freshman year of college, he shares that being a part of the Pioneers family is a beautiful thing and a relationship that lasts a lifetime.


Brenda Mohr, '85

Brenda Mohr graduated with Music Education in 1985, and was the first organ student to present her senior recital on the mighty Rieger Organ. She loved PUC because of the beautiful location, spiritual environment, caring professors, and the wonderful people who became lifelong friends. She is now the Director of Choirs at Loma Linda University Church and loves serving through music ministry.


Dr. Carlyn Ferrari, '06

PUC alumna Dr. Carlyn Ferrari (English, writing emphasis B.A. ’06) wrote a book titled, Do Not Separate Her From Her Garden: Anne Spencer’s Ecopoetics, where she shows how Anne Spencer used nature symbolism in radical and innovative ways to express her Black womanhood, politics, and worldview.