I couldn’t sleep sometimes. And when I could, it didn’t really matter. I was always off somewhere, in dreams of day and night, always somewhere other than where I really was at the moment. I was in the field. I was in the water. I was in the jungle. I was in the dark in the snow. And I was in the sand.

A prevalent axiom in contemporary culture states that men who have better ability than their less competent counterparts should share their...

PPCC student Mal Sawm describes the political conditions in his home country of Myanmar (also known as Burma).

This spring semester, Parley partners with the philosophy department to highlight the creative intellect of our PPCC student philosophers....

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Phabulous!

This spring, Parley partners with the philosophy department to highlight the creative intellect of our PPCC student philosophers. Each week...

Mayada Allami is an ESL student at PPCC who hopes to study for her nursing assistant degree here. An Iraqi, she lived temporarily in Jordan...

Public Statement by Eight Alabama Clergymen (C.C..J. Carpenter, Jospeph A. Durick, Rabbi Hilton L. Grafman, Bishop Paul Hardin, Bishop...

Sarah Kadlec, an online student at PPCC, strives to be a photojournalist. In this piece, she addresses a friend about becoming a college...

Crystal Jones is the first place winner of Parley’s Summer Writing Contest. She writes about her experience at PPCC to a friend. This...

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We Own the Law

When it comes down to it, the power that lies in my industry is a hidden power. We are the shadows behind the curtain, the grease in the...