Despite a turn in weather, PCC’s traditional Turkey Bowl championship finished with a well-enjoyed competition.
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During the first-ever Greek Week, the Student Body enjoyed activities and surprises each day, reflecting the four pillars of collegian life.
Every year, collegians host an exclusive outing to strengthen camaraderie and promote unity among members.
Students and faculty volunteered to donate a greatly needed medical resource through this year’s Blood Drive.
With the last event taking place two years ago, the 2021 Greek Rush and Parade were as energetic as ever!
Before the switch to online classes after Thanksgiving, the student body enjoyed the women’s and men’s collegian soccer championships along with Harvest Fest.
The adapted Greek Rush and Christian Service Expo offered fun, safe experiences while encouraging new students to get involved with on-campus groups and ministries.
The Vikings and Cobras kept their fans on the edge of their seats until the final kick of the 2019 Turkey Bowl.
Every semester, collegian presidents initiate changes to enhance the student experience and discuss new events in Panhellenic Council.
Every year, each of PCC’s 48 collegians competes in a variety of sporting events, from arm wrestling to softball.
Collegians held a lively Greek Rush with games, food, face-painting, and a high-energy parade.