Angel Tree Project Gives Back
Looking for a way to give back to your local community? The Angel Tree project is back at Plymouth State. Their first day of tabling was November 20, where the volunteers set up all the cards available for selecting. Each card lists an anonymous child and their Christmas wish list.
The fall semester is coming to an end, and that means Plymouth State University’s Class of 2014 is getting closer to the end of their college careers and receiving the diplomas they have worked so hard for.
An Interview with David Beronä
Tucked into a far corner of Lamson Library’s top floor, beside the metallic shelves and shelves of books, is the office of David Beronä (Buh-ROAN), the Library and Academic Support Services Dean at Plymouth State University. His office is roomy, with abstract art decorating the wall beside images of Neil Bousfield woodcuts, a wooden desk nearby, and a silver Apple laptop open before him. He has light gray hair, rounded black glasses, and an eager, welcoming presence.
PSU Style Files
The winter season is rolling in quickly—so say goodbye to lightweight jackets and hello to big sweaters, long socks and boots. This is the time of year when students begin to focus more on warmth and comfort, while still trying to capture their personality through style.
PSU Global Experience
Welcome to the new PSU Global Experience column where we will be featuring different articles each edition on international education, studying abroad, and global issues. Read more to here about our mission.
- Xbox One Brings All-in-One Entertainment to Gaming
- Doctor Who: A Retrospective
- Dead Rising 3
- Catching Fire Heats Up The Hunger Games Series
- Angel Tree Project Gives Back
- The Real World Hunger Games
- A Game of Dominoes to Celebrate Latin American Culture
- Playboy Magazine to Visit Plymouth State College
- Clock Talk: Midweek Movies
- Men's Hockey Looks to Claw Out of Early Hole