On Jan. 21, a group of nearly 30 Presbyterian College students, professors, alumni and staff stood together in the cold rain at Falls Park of Greenville. They were part of[…]
Category: Religious Life
After an exceptionally blistering summer, the morning of October 6 was surprisingly brisk. Most people went without coats, and when the wind blew, they started shivering. But none of the[…]
This is the first installment of the Campbell Column, a devotional column dedicated to offering insights and comfort to students at Presbyterian College who may find such comfort from the[…]
Between roommate arguments, suitemate fights, the stress of class, homework, tests, sport games, workouts, practices, rehearsals, and everyday life issues every person needs someone to vent and talk with. Feeling lost as to who can be your listening ear? Have no fear! Bluefish is here to help.
As part of the campus-wide Presidential Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge, PC’s Green Hose has established a competition between the dorms to see who can cut back on their energy consumption the most. Well, the numbers are in for last month and guess who won? Senior Apartments. That’s right! Senior Apartments will win the prize for this month.
In today’s day and age it sometimes seems as if religion is becoming a thing of the past. Of course, there are tons of churches throughout America, especially in the South, but it still seems as if people do not follow religion as closely as they used to.
The speaker was Greenwood High School football Coach Tony Temple, the youth pastor at Friendship Worship Center in Abbeville, South Carolina. Worship was lead by John Dukes, Worship Pastor at Capstone Church in Fountain Inn, South Carolina.