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Robinson Scholar learns life experience in Costa Rica
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Robinson Scholar learns life experience in Costa Rica

By Sarah Richards Angelina ate termites and loved it. They were in the National Park, where they found a tree covered with them. She grabbed a couple of handfuls and they were “very leafy and fresh-tasting.” They were also alive. Being a Robinson Scholar isn’t just an honor, but an experience for Angelina Simmons, general...

Robinson Scholars experience Costa Rica
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Robinson Scholars experience Costa Rica

By James Harris           Students from PSC went international this summer as they took learning out of the classroom.           For ten days, Costa Rica offered the experience of a lifetime and revealed the true meaning of pura vida.           Pura vida, which translates to “pure life,” is the most common...

Upcycling for a cause:  Students and faculty make old become new again
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Upcycling for a cause:  Students and faculty make old become new again

By Sarah Richards          Whether hanging from the walls or displayed on square white columns like a designer handbag boutique, art ranged from functional—such as lamps and tables—to decorative—such as wall art and sculpture—showing that one person’s junk was another person’s art.          The second annual Artistically Repurposed Art Show was held Friday, May 11, in the...