Dr. Kara Shavo, the faculty adviser for the club who is of religious affiliation, states “College should give you the ability to be around others with different views and opinions. Everyone should have and voice.”
Shuckin’ and Shaggin’ was not only a great finale to a busy Orientation for freshmen but was also only the beginning of a journey for freshmen that all Blue Hose can agree will be the best four years of their lives.
Every house at Fraternity court turned out a big crowed to introduce the new class of 2015!
Dancing and chanting, “You don’t wanna go home!” hopefully sent the message to the freshmen that PC is a warm place, and that it is perfectly okay to break out into song.
Regardless of what the scoreboard said at the end of the game, the Blue Hose are a different team this year and fans should be ready for great things to come this season!
The entire PC community is invited to My Friends Bookstore this Wednesday night, April 20, at 7:30 to hear students read selections from some of the stories that they have[...]
Steven Richardson led the Presbyterian College baseball team in an outstanding pitching effort Tuesday evening to lead the Blue Hose to a 10-6 victory over the Tennessee Volunteers. PC improves[...]