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Presbyterian College to Host Nat Fuller Feast  

Posted in: News | April 2, 2015

Presbyterian College, in conjunction with the City of Clinton, will host the “Nat Fuller Feast: Together in Harmony” April 9 in the College’s Mabry-Smith-Yonce Building. The event is in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the end of the civil war and of a dinner hosted by Charleston’s most famous nineteenth century chef, Nat Fuller. […]

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Presbyterian College Choir to Perform in Augusta

Posted in: News | March 26, 2015

The Presbyterian College Choir will perform the Requiem in D Minor by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, with the Augusta Choral Society (ACS) and the Lyra Vivace Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 28 at the Sacred Heart Cultural Center in Augusta, Ga. Fifteen alumni of the PC Choir, members of the PC Chamber Orchestra, and seven […]

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Presbyterian College Maintains NCATE Accreditation

Posted in: News | March 25, 2015

Presbyterian College was recently notified that the College’s Education Department received accreditation for seven more years under the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) standards. The department has maintained NCATE accreditation since 2001. NCATE’s performance-based accreditation system for teacher preparation ensures that teacher candidates are prepared to make a difference in P-12 student […]

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PC Alumna named General Manager of Bon Secours Arena

Posted in: News | March 23, 2015

Alumna Beth Paul Appointed General Manager of Bon Secours Wellness Arena   Presbyterian College alumna Beth Paul has been appointed general manager of the Bon Secours Wellness Arena by the Greenville Arena District Board of Directors. Paul is an Anderson, S.C. native who graduated from Presbyterian College in 1999. She has served as the Arena’s interim general manager since November and has worked with the Arena for […]

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Presbyterian College Students Experience Istanbul

Posted in: News | March 23, 2015

“In the history department, we care” are often the words you’ll hear from Dr. Campbell when he describes the department. One of the things the history faculty cares about is to give students the opportunity to discover the world they discuss and learn about in books and the classroom. Each year the history department offers […]

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Sending Hope to China

Posted in: News | March 23, 2015

Graham Hope Will Attend Guizhou University For a Year-Long Language Study When Presbyterian College senior Graham Hope first visited China, he had no idea what the country had in store for him. Now, the sociology major and double minor in Chinese and philosophy will be moving to China on a scholarship from the Confucius Institute […]

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Pharmacy School Students and Faculty Publish Research

Posted in: News | March 23, 2015

Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy (PCSP) students, undergraduate PC students, and faculty had papers published in the most recent issue of the International Journal of Pharmacy Compounding (IJPC) publication. The research completed by both groups was funded by the PCSP Pharmacy Research Summer Interns (PRSI) program and a grant from the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists. These […]

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Senior Art Exhibit

Posted in: News | March 23, 2015

Presbyterian College student Erin Connolly presented her artwork in an exhibit in Harper to many eager students and faculty at the beginning of March. A senior art major who also minors in art history, Connolly let her creativity shine in her showcase. Connolly admits feeling a bit anxious before the show opened. The pressure of […]

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Special Olympics at Presbyterian College is Our Motto in Motion

Posted in: News | March 23, 2015

Presbyterian College is hosting the Special Olympics March 27 in Bailey Memorial Stadium, with the goal of helping to improve the lives of those with mental disabilities. Today, around 200 million people worldwide suffer from over 250 mental disabilities. Of the 4.6 million American adults with mental disabilities, 92 percent live alone or with family […]

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Lynn Downie Nominated to Board of NECA

Posted in: News | March 23, 2015

Career counselor Lynn Downie was recently nominated to the board of National Employment Counseling Association. NECA (pronounced Neh-kah) is a nationally recognized program which certifies members for career counseling from K-12 to university and beyond. To attain certification, Downie was required to take classes and show hours of experience plus her background in this field. NECA […]

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