PC Dome open to public for walking

  ABERDEEN, S.D.  — The Winter Dome on the campus of Presentation College is currently open to the public for walking Monday-Friday from 7:00am to 10:00 am starting January 7th– April 12th. The Dome is also open Monday and Wednesday evenings for walkers from 7:30pm-9:30pm. Hours are subject to change. These hours are posted at … Continued

“Shop with the Saints” Scheduled for Dec. 6

    ABERDEEN, S.D.  — In partnership with the Aberdeen Boys & Girls Club, Presentation College is pleased to announce that “Shop with the Saints” will once again bring the true spirit of giving to local families this Christmas season! Thanks to the generous support of Wal-Mart and Eddie’s Northside Sinclair, more than 15 children … Continued

Saints Spotlight: Jack Kay

Jack Kay, the Ipswich native, traveled thousands of miles to attend Presentation College. How’s that possible? After all, Ipswich is only 30 miles from Aberdeen. Because Jack is from Ipswich, in the United Kingdom. Recruited to play soccer for the Saints, Jack had many options when it came to his higher education, including schools across … Continued

Three Artists Exhibit in the Wein Gallery – Oct. 1 – Nov. 30

Carol Weber Green, from Aberdeen; Teodora Buba, from Rapid City; and Marie Thielen, from Minneapolis, are exhibiting their art in the Wein Gallery from October 1-November 30. Carol remembers always being interested in drawing and painting and had a wonderful teacher at Roncalli High School, Sister Rosaria, who encouraged and took me seriously. She feels … Continued

UND Art Professor Exhibits Mixed Media Art – Wein Gallery

Dr. Patrick Luber, displaying his “Enduring Mysteries” exhibit at the Presentation College Wein Gallery, is showcasing a variety of mixed media. His materials include wood, aluminum beverage cans, brass plated nails, found objects, safety glass, laser cut steel, velvet, acrylic lenses and more. The exhibit runs through the month of September. The unique pieces appear … Continued

PC Experience- The Road to Admissions Counseling

by Aleijah Tomlinson There’s no greater feeling than reaping the benefits of your investment. Let’s look at this hypothetical scenario. You wake up on a Monday and realize you only have twenty dollars in your bank account, and pay day is not until Friday. Unfortunately, you need a few more groceries to get you through … Continued

Compassionate Care of All

By Chris Huot, Athletic Training Program Director As we dig ourselves out of the winter months and approach March Madness, it is time to recognize a professional that does not like the attention, the athletic trainer. March is National Athletic Training Month. A time to celebrate all of the hard working men and women who … Continued

Soft Skills: The secret to success?

By Deb Schuelke, Program Director, Communication Over the past decade or so, we’ve seen a trend in popular opinion to push students toward technical degrees, prioritizing specific skills in a particular trade. Even baccalaureate degrees are pushing for more and more content-specific courses in degree programs. This seems like it would make sense – graduates … Continued

A Growing ‘Affair’

By Emily Carrels, Student Activities Coordinator The Student Affairs department at Presentation College focuses on services and student success outside of the classroom, and an important goal for the area is to prepare students for active participation in society after graduation. In the past few years, the department has seen an increase in new positions, … Continued