The spring concert season begins in earnest at Presbyterian College during the next several weeks. Recitals by senior music majors and end-of-the-year concerts by PC’s outstanding ensembles will fill the calendar[...]
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It is undoubtedly true that the Olympics are the most challenging and time consuming athletic event there is, however, Russia was not completely prepared for Sochi 2014. The unfinished hotels[...]
1. “300: Rise of an Empire” Opening March 7 ”This is Sparta!” once again…except King Leonidas is not in this film, as he is dead. The Greek city-states band[...]
Every exam week at PC, there never seems to be room to study! All the tables are taken in the library. All of the classrooms are filled in Jacobs, HP,[...]
Gamers have a lot of conflicts right now. We are under fire from the government and concerned parents everywhere about the violence in video games and the effect it can[...]
For some, they will be glad to hear that the election season is finally over. But for others who voted, they have noticed something suspicious at the polls.
We’re going to be the leaders, the future voters of this country. It is our country, so we need to get interested now because what is happening to our economy is going to effect our lives as we get older