Homecoming is a tradition that has been celebrated since the early days of our parents, grandparents, and even great grandparents. It is a time to show pride for our institution and celebrate the alumni who have carried on the beliefs of PC to the outside world. It is a time for those alumni to return and remember the impact their college career had on their lives. It is a time for parents of current students to visit and celebrate with their students. It is a time for the freshman to rejoice and see what PC is all about.
Category: Clubs and Greek Life
The movie will make you laugh and cry and then laugh all over again. If you have not seen it, you definitely need to. It was simply fantastic!
Playing games, dancing, hanging out with your friends, and free food turns out to be an ideal way to spend a Friday night before a big game!
Imagine GDH open after hours. Being able to use a meal, not bonus bucks, from your meal card for food – only not in the meal period.
On Saturday, Bailey stadium was not showered in the usual blue of school spirit; it was covered in a blanket of pink as people in the stands supported the fight for the cure.
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.
The Student Union Board has begun sponsoring PC Movie Nights at the Laurens Capitol Theater. Every Friday and Saturday, you can go to the theater, show your PC ID, and see a movie ticket for $3.