Commercial writing graduate Dustin Brady writes action-packed books that ignite young readers’ imaginations.
From his position in Family Research Council Action, Worth Loving’s influence spans the United States.
Professional writing and graphic design students blend their creativity to produce the 33rd edition of Fountains.
The written word reaches more audiences than any other form of communication, so why not learn how to use it professionally?
Writing for both secular and religious publications, Rob Walker has learned to balance the expectations of both authors and editors using skills gained from PCC.
Inspired by the police officers that rescued her, Ashleigh Howard pursued a criminal justice degree, leading her to rewarding work defending the U.S.
Pre-law graduate Patrick Callahan has enjoyed making a difference for the American people and in the lives of his clients.
For 35 years, Dr. John Reese has served at PCC, reaching generations of students through his history classes and beyond.
For the past twenty years, Dr. Robert Achuff has dedicated his life to ministry through the English language.
Faculty member Mark Wainwright challenges writing students to positively influence others through the power of writing.
As the class of 2019 prepares to enter their respective fields, Professional Writing seniors cap off their college years with a portfolio project.
In the 30th edition of Fountains annual student publication, readers can “dive deeper” into this year’s collection of captivating stories and poems.