When Mr. Joe Fuller observed children riding a small train being pulled by a tractor, a new doorway opened up. Fascinated by the children’s reaction, Mr. Fuller began to build his own train.
PC’s Student Union Board hosted its second event of the Spring semester with a Bingo Night in Springs. Over 150 students came out to test their luck in one of the most well-known games of chance while enjoying the late-night food offerings of Springs
Between roommate arguments, suitemate fights, the stress of class, homework, tests, sport games, workouts, practices, rehearsals, and everyday life issues every person needs someone to vent and talk with. Feeling lost as to who can be your listening ear? Have no fear! Bluefish is here to help.
Doing the right thing. These four words, which are so simple when apart, sound so extremely hard to do when put together. In today’s day and age, it has become increasingly difficult to always do what is morally right, as opposed to what other people in society are doing. And yet, aren’t we as humans put on earth to work together and help society succeed as a whole? It seems as if lately people have forgotten the reason we are here on earth.
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.
PC’s Student Union Board hosted its first event of the new semester with a Coffee House Night on Friday in Springs Campus Center. Around 200 students turned out to watch their fellow students and friends sing, play instruments, or recite poetry at the open mic before listening to guitarist, keyboardist, and singer Dylan Arms perform.
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.