People of PVCC

 February’s People of PVCC Question:

“What is one of your favorite books?”

Anna Banks, student at PVCC said, “Pride and Prejudice. I like it because they all have educated opinions. They have decorum; people nowadays have a limited vocabulary. Jane Austin speaks with intelligence, and I like how old fashioned the book is.”

Anna Banks Photo by Annette Cashatt

Anna Banks
Photo by Annette Cashatt

Jessica Speth, Human Resources Assistant, “The Hunger Games trilogy.”

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Jessica Speth Photo by Annette Cashatt

The Great Gatsby. The story really meant a lot to me.” – Nick Yellets, PVCC student

Deadpool. It’s funny, lighthearted, something to get my mind off school.” – David James, PVCC student.

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David James Photo by Annette Cashatt

PVCC student, Sarah Banks, said, “Jeremiah is my favorite book of the Bible. I love the way he is passionate about people. When he was hurt, his response was to still care. Usually when people hurt you, you want to hurt them back. But that wasn’t his attitude.”

December’s People of PVCC Question:

“What’s your dream, goal, or wish for the New Year?”

 

 

Jennifer Gaydon, PVCC staff: she wishes for “world peace and Scott.”

Jennifer Gaydon, photo by Samantha Prentiss

Jennifer Gaydon, photo by Samantha Prentiss

“That I pass Anatomy and Physiology, and get accepted to the nursing program.” – Tabatha Rush, PVCC student.

Rosie Guerra, PVCC student: She wishes to “be successful and happy.”

Rosie Guerra, photo by Samantha Prentiss

Rosie Guerra, photo by Samantha Prentiss

“To continue to encourage others toward a healthy lifestyle filled with exercise and a healthy diet, while continuing to work on my own health and fitness goals.” – Amy Floyd, Testing Center Proctor

Addie Smith, PVCC staff: “I wish all the troops were home, health and wealth and a very merry Christmas and happy holidays.”

Addie Smith, photo by Samantha Prentiss

Addie Smith, photo by Samantha Prentiss

“I’m trying to successfully transfer to UVA. I have one semester (Spring 2015) left to transfer to UVA, and after a year at UVA, I’ll be able to apply to medical school where my journey to become a physician will start.” – Alaha Abdul Jamil, PVCC student.

Kenyatta Follet, PVCC student: “I just want to be happy, to travel, and meet new people.”

Kenyatta Follet, photo by Samantha Prentiss

Kenyatta Follet, photo by Samantha Prentiss

“I’m hoping to inspire the children I teach.” – Malcolm Hughes, PVCC student.

Antonio Washington, PVCC student: “I want me and my kids to be happy and continue my road to success.”

Antonio Washington, photo by Samantha Prentiss

Antonio Washington, photo by Samantha Prentiss

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