Springs will host a group of students dedicated to the Up ‘Til Dawn campaign every Thursday until Spring Break to get people signed up for the letter-writing campaign scheduled to[...]
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Student Volunteer Services hosted its annual Project Life bone marrow drive on Tuesday, January 25th in Springs Campus Center. The purpose of the volunteer project was to type the bone[...]
Since Valentine’s Day is just around the proverbial corner, today’s “Freshman 15” takes on a romantic twist à la the old game show, “The Newlywed Game.” Seth and Madison, two[...]
Every Summer, Presbyterian College allows students to apply for, and participate in, the Summer Fellows program. This program, which awards $2000 to each student who works with the school, gives[...]
Last semester, a few students were outraged at the school for a program called Safe Connect. Few students knew what the program was, and others were only vaguely aware of[...]
Dr. Nitya Jacob, a molecular biologist from Oxford College of Emory University, came to present a biology seminar November 18, 2010 in Whitelaw. Dr. Jacob was a graduate student at[...]
On Tuesday, November 9th, Stephen Moore, gave a presentation on the country’s current economic standings, particularly in light of the recent elections, in front of a crowded student audience in Edmunds Hall. Moore, the senior economics writer for the Wall Street Journal, is the third speaker in the series of spokesmen made available by the BB+T grant awarded to PC to fund its capitalism program.