“Highlander Highlights” is an attempt to let people have an easily accessible calendar of events and hopefully get more people involved in that making of a master calendar.
PC’s Homecoming weekend marked a celebration for people of all ages. Not only did our Blue Hose football team win, but we had many alumni on campus who were joyously eager to meet up with their college friends and reminisce on the way things used to be.
students who are joining our college for either a semester or maybe even just two, need places to go and things to do during the times when full-time American students look forward to the most—BREAKS! So I present the question—WHERE DO INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS GO DURING BREAKS and or LONG WEEKENDS?
Homecoming is a tradition that has been celebrated since the early days of our parents, grandparents, and even great grandparents. It is a time to show pride for our institution and celebrate the alumni who have carried on the beliefs of PC to the outside world. It is a time for those alumni to return and remember the impact their college career had on their lives. It is a time for parents of current students to visit and celebrate with their students. It is a time for the freshman to rejoice and see what PC is all about.
Lately, women of all ages (and a few men!) have been enjoying a new form of exercise called Zumba. Enjoying exercise is an ironic statement considering the fact that a lot of the time people do not always enjoy working out, but Zumba puts a whole new twist on exercising.
After all the campaigning, speech giving, and voting, the new Freshman Class President, Jacob Plumb, has been elected and sworn in. And now that that is all done, the following questions should help everyone get to know the new Freshman President and see what some of his plans are:
Mel Gibson said it best in Braveheart when he gave the advice “run, and you’ll live.” And with those words, the Presbyterian College Fun Run was born.