A little while ago, Presbyterian College was blessed with the opportunity to enjoy some traditional Vietnamese Lunar New Year foods courtesy of freshman, Helen Tran. Tran, in the true spirit[...]
Author: Abbie Bagwell
Now, ladies and gentleman, is the time to start an experiment. Far be it from me to suggest that the nutritional needs and/or wants of ours aren’t met here on campus, but if a little doubt lingers in your mind, perhaps it is time to supplement with a little bit of dorm cooking. This series, Mastering the Art of [Dorm] Cooking, will be a collaboration between you guys, the readers, and me. Think of it as a “Dear Abbie” column, at least, so far as food preparation is concerned. The vision is to figure out cost effective, easy ways to produce quality food that can be created either within the individual dorm rooms or in one of the several kitchens made available to us on campus. We would love to work with you all and learn the tricks of the trade that you have, no doubt, picked up while on campus. Professors, this means you guys too. If you would like to share some of your favorite recipes and work with the Blue Stocking staff do not shy away, but rather, contact us. If anyone, professors or students, have any recipes you would enjoy sharing, please let us know in the comment section at the bottom and we will take a look at it!
Movember, the biggest example of terrible hairy sexism these writers have yet seen.
When you get right down to it, this choir’s core is the welcoming of people, a celebration of faith, and an exploration of the heart. As Clyburn puts it, “This is family.”
Currently, PC’s SSA has raised an impressive amount of just over $2000 which is close to their overall and initial goal of $3000.
For those of you out there who have not heard of the enigmatic Stupper gatherings, it is an informal, fun way to get to better know those of the creative writing department.
168 students and athletes turned out for the anticipated event and packed the blackjack, poker, roulette, and craps tables, which were manned by our own faculty and staff. President Dr. John V. Griffith, Dr. Campbell of the History department, and Interim Dean of Students Linda Jameison, wearing classic Vegas green visors, were only a few of the faculty who served as dealers at the tables.