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Presbyterian College to hold “Hallowinds” concert

On Oct. 31, 2016 at 6 p.m., the PC Wind Ensemble and Jazz Band will be putting on a performance to increase community outreach and celebrate Halloween on campus. The third “Hallowinds” concert held at PC will include a costume contest for the schoolchildren and a costume contest for college students, both involving a $20

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Presbyterian College alumna named District 56 Teacher of the Year

Keighley Aldridge, a 2014 elementary education graduate of Presbyterian College was named the Laurens County School District 56 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year. Aldridge currently teaches third grade English-Language Arts at Joanna-Woodson Elementary School. “I have difficulty describing what Joanna-Woodson Elementary and Laurens 56 School District mean to me,” Aldridge said. “I was honored and

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Presbyterian College to kick off Homecoming 2016

Beginning on Monday, Oct. 24, Presbyterian College students, faculty, and staff will begin festivities for its 2016 Homecoming. Events on campus will begin Monday night for students with the Student Activities Board’s Homecoming Kickoff BBQ. On Wednesday, Oct. 26 at 6 p.m., the college will host a powderpuff game on its east Plaza. With bagpipes,

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Presbyterian College education professors and recent graduates co-author article in international journal

Dr. Julia Wilkins, assistant professor of education, and Dr. Elizabeth Lilly, associate professor of education at Presbyterian College have co-authored an article with three elementary education graduates recently published in “The British Journal of Special Education.” The article, “Exploring Elementary Students’ Perceptions of Disabilities Using Children’s Literature,” was based on research conducted by the students,

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Presbyterian College to name Frances McSween an Honorary Alumna

Frances W. McSween of Clinton will be named an honorary alumna of Presbyterian College by the college’s Alumni Association. The distinction is designed to honor individuals who have not attended the college but have treated PC as their alma mater and brought honor to the college through their service. McSween resides at the Presbyterian Community

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Presbyterian College to name C. Douglas Warner ’87 of Charleston the 2016 Dum Vivimus Servimus Award recipient

Douglas Warner ’87 of Charleston, S.C., will be named the recipient of Presbyterian College’s 2016 Dum Vivimus Servimus award. The award is designed to recognize an alumnus or alumna who exemplifies the meaning of the college’s motto, “While we live, we serve.” Warner graduated from Presbyterian College with a bachelor’s degree in business and political

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Presbyterian College to name Cody T. Mitchell ’08 Outstanding Young Alumnus

Cody T. Mitchell ’08 of Hartsville, S.C., will be named the recipient of the 2016 Outstanding Young Alumnus award from Presbyterian College at a ceremony on Oct. 29, 2016, during Homecoming festivities. This award is designed to honor an alumnus who displays early competence within the chosen field of endeavor and exceptional promise of future

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