After serving Presbyterian College for nine and a half years, Linda Jameison, Dean of Student Development, ends her time at PC on December 5th and will start her position as[...]
“So, you want to be an English teacher?” For other English majors like me, you may recognize this question as one that almost immediately follows being asked what your major[...]
It would be difficult to find a more modest, soft-spoken faculty member than Dr. Clinia Saffi, Professor of Modern Foreign Languages at PC. A committed teacher of general education and[...]
In the past semester and a half, we’ve all known Dr. Claude Lilly in different ways—as the New President, as Santa Claus at the study breaks in December, and most[...]
For all of the students and faculty of Presbyterian College who have ever wondered about the secret ingredient of Greenville Dining Hall’s success here it is: Chef Neil Goodwin. As[...]
Not often enough on college campuses is time devoted to discussions amongst students and administration. Everyday students converse about what is important to them while attending college and most of this is unheard by administration because of the gap that exists between the two. PC now has the privilege of narrowing this gap by introducing a new VP and experienced Dean of Students
For those of you out there who have not heard of the enigmatic Stupper gatherings, it is an informal, fun way to get to better know those of the creative writing department.