For freshmen, the PC journey is just beginning, for seniors, the journey is rapidly coasting to a close, and for everyone else, the journey continues.
Category: Student Life
The Student Union Board hosted a showing of the finale of the March Madness craze that comes around every year. On Monday night, the national championship men’s basketball game was shown on the big screen in Springs Campus Center.
The Student Union Board brought back the old movie theatre style by hosting a Movie Night on the Plaza this past Saturday night. The first Sherlock Holmes movie was shown on the 20 foot inflatable screen out on the lawn in front of GDH.
We have all witnessed the use of alcohol on campus. Recently, fraternity court was shut down for a period of several weeks prior to spring break. Due to recent events, a new look at alcohol on campus is taking hold. The policies for fraternity court are being analyzed and reevaluated.
As we move towards a world where everything is based off of technology, it is important to still show people that we care and to be real towards others. Sending someone a letter—whether it be a short one to just say hey or a long one to tell that person what is going on in your life—will always put a smile on someone’s face.
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.
On October 30, to get in the spirit for Halloween, PC hosted a Halloween party for the children at Thornwell to attend from three to five. There were different groups from PC hosting an assortment of games for the children and even the college students to play, and of course there was candy galore.