Assessment Day has come and gone and now we are left wondering what exactly our rigorous assessing was meant to accomplish. Why were we given a variety of tests? Why did some of us have to write a paper on gun laws? Why was our opinion of multiple moral dilemmas important? What did this all mean and what kind of incentives would have gotten us more excited for assessment day?
With their college days almost behind them, five PC football players took to the field for one last time at the collegiate level on Saturday at the South Carolina College[...]
This summer PC will be offering a new program where students may take online courses taught by PC faculty. This newly available option for students is being driven by Dr.[...]
It’s that time again. Baseball season has officially started. And for the Blue Hose, this includes conference play. With an overall record of 13-8 and a conference record of[...]
It’s time to welcome another Highlander to the Presbyterian College family. Tommy Spangler, the new defensive coordinator for the football team, is back in blue this year. Coach Spangler has[...]
Presbyterian College features 11 community halls, 9 Scottish Arms apartments, and 15 townhouses that together house over 90% of the students at the college. For men, there is Georgia Hall. For women,[...]
As you may have heard by now, a brand new constitution has made its way to the campus of Presbyterian College. No longer are we to wonder how contributions can[...]