All is right in the world because college football is back! With that it means tailgating, Saturdays spent in front of the tv and most importantly Blue Hose football. Presbyterian[...]
A Year of PCBS
This year has been a real rollercoaster. There have been ups and downs but so many thrills and excitement. We’ve worked hard to bring the campus a reliable platform of open discussion about local events. From Yule Ball to the Bizarre Bazaar the Bluestocking has had a blast hosting events for the students and faculty to participate. The Blusters are good at two things: producing interesting material for print and website and creating an atmosphere of fun. Our members exemplify Bluehose and the PC experience. We’re creative, dedicated, passionate and a little wild. We stand for freedom of expression, for student values and for bringing everyone on campus a little closer. These four years have certainly streaked past and as we watch students squeeze every drop of goodness from there time here we’ll continue to be there to capture it all. Thank you for everything PC. We are you.
Editor’s Note: The opinions expressed in this article do not reflect the views of the BlueStocking newspaper, but rather the views of two members of its staff. There are always[...]
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