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.
Author: Heather Lamp
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.
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.
If you have stepped on the scale recently you may have noticed a couple extra pounds have been added. Or maybe your favorite jeans are a little tighter than you remember. Here are some easy ways to handle that freshmen 15 and still have time to study…
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.
How many of you are stressed to the point of no return? Ever feel like if one more thing goes wrong then the rest of your hair will fall out? Well, let your worries wash away because there is always a way to deal with stress.
On Saturday, Bailey stadium was not showered in the usual blue of school spirit; it was covered in a blanket of pink as people in the stands supported the fight for the cure.