Quiet Leaders

Quiet Leaders By: Adam White On the surface, an introvert may not fit the image of what many would consider a leader to be. Leaders are often seen as being outgoing, vocal, and open about their thoughts and feelings, but are these traits required for someone to be a great leader? The answer isn’t as…

Spotlight Saint: Inno Okoh

Spotlight Saint By: Ivan Hostetler   This weeks Spotlight Saint is star freshman football player, Innocent Okoh, A.K.A “Inno.” Inno is from Inglewood, California and plays running back. After injuries were suffered by the top two backs on the depth chart in the first two weeks of last season, Inno became the starter.   What…

Creativity is Key

Creativity is Key By: Riggs Tann             Standardized tests and exams are dominating classrooms these days, but we can’t lose sight of creativity in the classroom. Students dread going to class where they must listen to an instructor read a power point for two hours or answer a series of questions that they will never…

Aberdeen or Antarctica?

Aberdeen or Antarctica? By: Dominick Martinez             The month of January has produced some of the coldest weather Aberdeen has seen in decades. The lowest temperature recorded so far in 2018 was on New Year’s Day when it reached an astonishing -32 degrees. According to usatoday.com, Aberdeen is the sixth coldest city in the US,…

Spotlight Saint: Brandon Morris

Spotlight Saint: Brandon Morris By: Ivan Hostetler   This week’s Spotlight Saint is freshman outfielder on the baseball team, Brandon Morris. Brandon Morris aka “B-MO” is from Surprise, Arizona but was born in Riverside, California.   What made you come to PC? “The combination of baseball and the outstanding nursing program we have here at…

The Key to Life as a Nursing Student: Balance

The Key to Life as a Nursing Student: Balance By: Brianna Story             Being a nursing student can be both challenging and rewarding. Because of this, students need to know when it is appropriate to hang out with friends and when they need to buckle down for studies. Two juniors in the nursing program, Jamie…

Staff Report: Transportation Troubles

Staff Report: Transportation Troubles   After some discussion, the newspaper staff would like to make a call to action pertaining to the transportation for student-athletes at PC. Over the course of the last year, both the bus and the people mover have broken down multiple times. On September 6th the women’s soccer team broke down…

Take a Tour of What Will be the Avera Simulation Center!

The Saints Press and the Vice President of Student Affairs Bob Schuchardt gives you an inside look of the Avera Simulation Center that is under construction but will be ready soon! Story reported by Da’Marcus Cox II Edited by Camden Thomas

PC Saints Get Ready for Graduation

By Lee Lee Tomlinson Presentation College Seniors prepare for graduation Saturday, May 13th, 2017 at 11 am. This year is one of PC’s largest graduating classes as 150 students signed up for graduation this spring. The past few years, Presentation College has been growing in fall enrollment at about 7% and looks forward to continuing…

Looking for Scholarships?

By: Shayla Strauss It is that time of year when schools raise tuition, and students begin looking for scholarships to avoid paying more out of pocket. As college students, we are so busy with our education, our jobs, and our sports, that it can be hard to loose available time to search and apply for…