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PUC Student Drew Macomber Places First at Rio Del Lago 100 Mile Race

Drew Macomber is a senior at PUC studying fine art. When he isn’t in Fisher Hall working on an art project, you can probably find him training in the college’s back 40 property for his next big race. 406 more words

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One Student, Five Questions, 20 Seconds, GO!

Fellow PR348er Amanda Cripe was given 20 seconds to answer five simple questions. Could you do the same?


An Average Day for a Texas Cheerleader

They jump, they wave pom-poms, they somersault, they flip and they pump up the crowd at a winning or losing game. It seems like there isn’t much a Texas cheerleader can’t do. 25 more words


Maddie Misner to perform at Takeover Fest

by Miguel Guzman

Grandville High School is filled with talented people like creative musician Maddie Misner.

Maddie Misner is a solo artist who has played the upright bass guitar since sixth grade. 231 more words

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PUC Communication Major JJ Reynolds Honored at Annual SAC Convention

Every year the Society of Adventist Communicators meets to bring fellow Adventist communicators together to network, learn, and grow as well as to celebrate great accomplishments of both professionals and students aspiring to work in the field. 456 more words

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Student Profile: Zilphia Martin

There are probably few cooler job titles out there than cyber defense threat analyst.

Yet that’s exactly the profession a recent graduate of Oakland Schools Technical Campus (OSTC) – Southeast finds herself excelling at. 467 more words


How Travel Could Impact Your Understanding of the World

By Drusa C.

When we mention traveling, different people think of different things. For instance, a diplomat would most certainly relate it to work purposes, an ecologist would interpret this as an opportunity to analyze the Earth’s most intricate ecosystems, a teenager would think about holidays and relaxation. 932 more words