Winter is Coming, Gains to Follow

Whether its quarantine that has you stuck inside or its these long Aberdeen winters, losing site of your health is never the option. There are very healthy practices that can help you stay centered from the inside out. Meal prepping is a good option when looking for ways to stay healthy. Rather than venturing outdoors…

Identify A Second Language!

I truly believe that one of the saddest thing’s in society today is the fact that many people in the U.S can only speak one language. This can be for a variety of reasons, one of them being that second language classes, especially in high school, are seemed more like a joke and an “easy…

Día de los Muertos “Day of the Dead”

Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday, it is a three-day celebration that takes place October 31st through November 2nd, celebration happens across Mexico and in some big cities in the U.S like San Francisco, San Antonio, Los Angeles, Fort Lauderdale, San Diego and Albuquerque. On October 31st the gates of heaven are opened…

Holiday Rush: Thanksgiving’s Flat Tire During the Holiday Season

This time of the year really is some of the best times. I mean who doesn’t love fall clothes, eggnog and a little bit of snow fall to set off autumn. With football on tv and pumpkin spice latte’s back at Starbucks, what could go wrong? Amidst all the uncertainty that has plagued our world…

Meets The Saints: Faculty Addition

Ashlyn Miller may be a first-year faculty member, but she is no stranger to Presentation College. Before joining the work force here at PC, Ashlyn was a junior college transfer out of Porterville (CA) and played volleyball for our Saints during the 2018 and 2019 seasons and received her Bachelor’s degree in Business during the…

Presentation Baseball Ends Fall Season on High Note

Every fall season, the Presentation Baseball team ends their fall season with the highlightof every baseball player’s fall semester; the Green and Black Series. This is an annual tradition in which the two assistant coaches hold a draft and divide thesquad into two teams and play a best of five series. This year’s coaches were…

Indigenous People’s Day

On Sunday October 11th, Presentation College had set aside time for some chalk art to acknowledge Indigenous People’s day. Students were allowed to create chalk art in front of the main building, the art was related to the native culture. October 12th is recognized as “Columbus Day” but out of respect to history, others have made…

Dome-o, Dame-o, where art thou?

I woke up one morning, opened my window and realized that the grass that I had once looked atso nonchalantly had been covered up like a lie, as snow continued to fall. If you have lived in Aberdeenfor at least a year, you know that when the snow comes its here to stay. So, say…

In between the Seasons

This semester was filled with loaded stands at the football games, long and muggy summer days with nighttime showers. But something seemed missing. And to no surprise, something was missing; our men’s soccer season. COVID-19 dipped its toes into a lot of ponds and men’s soccer was definitely subject to the splash. Rather than starting…

Saints Football Looks to Rebound From Tough Start

The 2020 season has not been kind to the Presentation College football team in any way, shape, or form. The Saints have started the season 0-5 with four games left on their schedule and have battled injuries and COVID restrictions throughout. It has been a tough stretch for a team that had high hopes going…