In my Latin class, we translate an abundance of sentences to enhance our learning of the language. Most of the ancient sentences we translate into English are Roman phrases, proverbs, or pieces of historical content. Romans found loyalty, dignity, friendship, and other honorable qualities to be of the utmost importance, and they often wrote about them. Something that always sticks out to me is the proverbs or quotations about friendship that, despite being ancient, still remain a solid source of truth.
Monthly Archives: January 2013
Believe it or not, 63 countries are represented by PCC’s student body. You may look at that huge number and be inclined to think that the unity of our campus would be hindered because of the numerous cultural differences. Although those from different countries may have little...Read more
When I stepped onto campus as a freshman nursing student, I knew little of what the future would hold. I expected it to be filled with facts…and I have never been more correct. My years here have been spent memorizing facts about diseases, treatments, procedures, and so much more. What I did not know was...Read more
It was a chilly December evening at Pensacola Christian College. I strolled up and down the lines at the Four Winds, weighing my options as if my choice would hold some lasting significance in my life. I kept gravitating back toward the soup bar and finally settled on a bowl of creamy...Read more
I don’t know about you, but I love that feeling when you look at your past schedule and see all of the classes that you have completed. It doesn’t matter if you are upperclassmen or freshmen; it is still exciting to see those little checkmarks next to the classes that you have passed. Personally, I...Read more