Stories are an inescapably integral aspect of culture as they are so much more than amusement and a way to pass the time, but rather, a common thread that brings us together as a people.
My favorite 4-legged creature is definitely a dog. My dog is a springer spaniel named Trixie and she is the craziest dog you will ever meet.
Here at the BlueStocking we have a tradition that I began to love last year that helps us get to know some of these new students. Cleverly named “Freshman 15,” this tradition requires a freshman student to answer fifteen questions about him/herself.
After a hard-fought loss in the season opener of the 2011 football season against the Southern
Conference’s 7th ranked Wofford Terriers, the Presbyterian College Blue Hose added their first
W to their season record with a 38 – 21 victory over the North Greenville University Crusaders.
… the geese begin to slowly disappear. Where do they go? I must assume that they retreat to their secret base to meet with the squirrel soldiers and converse with their fellow fowl.
With each knot you make a wish, but of course you cannot tell anyone what you wished for! With time, the bracelet will break and your wishes are said to come true.
The Student Union Board has begun sponsoring PC Movie Nights at the Laurens Capitol Theater. Every Friday and Saturday, you can go to the theater, show your PC ID, and see a movie ticket for $3.