Kayla Johonnett ’19 joined her fellow classmates for an Alternative Spring Break trip working with St. Bernard Project, a nonprofit disaster relief organization.
Sawyer Murphy ’21, is a first-year student at Plymouth State from Concord, Massachusetts. Sawyer is finishing up his first year on the Mountain Bike Team. His favorite activity is not road biking.
Oriana Raymond ’18, an Interdisciplinary Studies major at Plymouth State, wraps up her degree with a capstone project to benefit the children of Niger.
Dean Squires ’18, track captain and Exercise and Sport Physiology major, shares how being a student athlete at PSU has shaped his college experience and prepared him for his career.
Jordan Rosenburg ’17, assistant director of annual giving, shares tips and tricks on how to stay kosher this Passover season.
Launching yourself into the professional world can be confounding and confusing. Luckily, Erik Pavesic of the Career Development Office at Plymouth State has some advice on how to navigate.
The band scene at Plymouth State is on the decline. William Secunde ’19, communications & media studies major, is encouraging those who are passionate about music to form a band and help keep the culture alive.
This May, the Nicaragua Club at Plymouth State will embark on its 21st trip to the country. Kassie Dumont ’19, president of the club, opens up about the trip and her experience.
Michaela Galvin ’12, ’18G, teacher at Stoklosa Middle School and former Plymouth State University athlete, shares her success story.
Mountain biking is back and will soon be one of the largest sport clubs on campus at Plymouth State University.