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Presbyterian College Confers Degrees to More Than 300 Graduates

Posted in: News | May 9, 2015

To view photos of the commencement ceremony click here. More than 300 students earned degrees Saturday, May 9, during Presbyterian College’s 135th commencement ceremonies. The service included music by the PC Brass Ensemble, led by P. Neil Duncan, music adjunct professor; the Highland Cathedral, led by Ulrich Roever and Michael Korb; and the PC Pipes […]

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Presbyterian College to Host 135th Commencement Ceremony

Posted in: News | May 7, 2015

More than 300 students are expected to earn degrees Saturday May 9, at Presbyterian College’s 135th commencement ceremonies, to be held at 10 a.m. on the West Plaza. In case of rain, the commencement ceremony for the College of Arts & Science will be held at 10 a.m. in Templeton Gym, and the commencement ceremony […]

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Presbyterian College Education Department Hosts First Annual Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute

Posted in: News | May 1, 2015

The Presbyterian College Education Department hosted the Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute in late March. It was attended by faculty and students from PC, Furman University, Bob Jones University, Converse College, Lander University, and Erskine College. Administrators of local schools and organizations for students with special needs also attended the day-long event, in addition to […]

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Presbyterian College Students and Guatemalan Children Collaborate on Flat Stanley Project

Posted in: News | May 1, 2015

Presbyterian College junior Julianna Franklin, the current president of the PC Spanish Club, and PC alumnus Patrick Kennedy ’13, a Peace Corps volunteer, spearheaded an intercultural experience between Kennedy’s class in Guatemala and the Spanish Club. Together, they pulled off the Flat Stanley Project, which is based on a children’s book by author Jeff Brown. […]

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Presbyterian College Students Perform Original Play: Intersections

Posted in: News | April 28, 2015

Presbyterian College students recently performed the play Intersections as part of the “Theatre for Social Change” course. Intersections is an original play devised by the students about the ways in which laws are interpreted and applied in the South. This particular play was a Newspaper Theatre piece, based on the work of Augusto Boal’s Theatre of […]

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Honors Day 2015 Photo Gallery

Posted in: News | April 24, 2015

PC held its annual Honors Day on Thursday, April 16. This day is a culmination of a year of academic achievement during which students present honors research and the College presents awards honoring students who have excelled in all areas of campus life. It is a great day that demonstrates the extraordinary accomplishments of our […]

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Presbyterian College Hires New Director of Marketing

Posted in: News | April 21, 2015

Presbyterian College is proud to announce that Alyssa Ludwiczak has joined the advancement staff as director of marketing.  Ludwiczak will oversee all of the college’s marketing efforts including, the writing and disseminating of press releases, writing and coordinating the production of PC publications, and coordinating social media efforts. She will also oversee efforts to create […]

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Presbyterian College to Host William Plumer Jacobs Society Recognition

Posted in: News | April 21, 2015

Presbyterian College will host the annual appreciation dinner for the members of the William Plumer Jacobs (WPJ) Society this Thursday evening in the College’s Mabry-Smith-Yonce Building. The PC Board of Trustees established the WPJ Society in 1982 to recognize and honor those individuals, churches, foundations, and corporations who have made gifts to the College of […]

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Presbyterian College Receives Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Grant

Posted in: News | April 20, 2015

Presbyterian College recently received a $100,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The grant will fund the College’s Textile Mill Memory Project, which will allow for faculty and students to utilize the College’s archives, oral histories, and other local resources to chronicle and digitalize the birth and decline  of the textile mill system in […]

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