PC Students Take “It’s On Us” Pledge

Posted in: News | November 7, 2014

IT’S ON US is a cultural movement aimed at fundamentally shifting the way we think about sexual assault. IT’S ON US is a rallying cry inviting everyone to step up and realize that the solution begins with us. It’s a declaration that sexual assault is not only a crime committed by a perpetrator against a […]

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Presbyterian College Outstanding Church Youth Leadership Award

Posted in: News | November 5, 2014

On January 11th, Presbyterian College will honor the 8 recipients of the 2014 Presbyterian College Outstanding Church Youth Leadership Award.  This award allows each congregation within the Presbyterian Church (USA) to nominate one of their High School Seniors as an outstanding leader within their church.  This year’s recipients are Kaitlyn Elizabeth Philips, Hollie Kathleen Roy, […]

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Christmas at PC

Posted in: News | November 1, 2014

HOW FAR IS IT TO BETHLEHEM? FRIDAY-SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 6, AND 7 FR/SA AT 7:00PM; SU AT 3:00PM For the past three months, the music ensembles at Presbyterian College have been rehearsing a Christmas repertoire in preparation for the college’s annual Christmas at PC performances. Scheduled for December 5, 6, and 7 of 2014, these […]

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Students Explore Research Opportunities

Posted in: News | October 29, 2014

An integral part of the PC experience is what happens outside of the classroom.  Students are encouraged to build on their learning through internships, research and study abroad opportunities. At PC, all chemistry and biochemistry majors are required to participate in a research experience either here on campus or at an off-campus location. Students in […]

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Homecoming Overview

Posted in: News | October 28, 2014

It’s that time of year again. The leaves begin to change, the temperature slowly begins to drop, football stands are filled with fans and our fellow Blue Hose return home. The weekend of October 24-25, Presbyterian College welcomed many Blue Hose back to their alma mater for Homecoming Weekend 2014. It was a weekend filled with […]

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“Hallowinds” Concert at Presbyterian College

Posted in: News | October 27, 2014

 On Halloween night, Friday, October 31, 2014, the Presbyterian College Wind Ensemble will present its Fall Concert in Belk Auditorium on the PC campus beginning at 7:30 p.m.  This is the second year they have held a “Hallowinds” concert featuring: Halloween-themed selections, costume contest with cash prizes, and candy distribution.  Targeted to ALL ages, the […]

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Education Department to Host Screening of “Bully”

Posted in: News | October 27, 2014

The Education Department at Presbyterian College is hosting a screening of “Bully” on Thursday, October, 30, 2014 as part of their monthly documentary film series. The purpose of the series is to share films about topics in education that foster dialogue and reflection. Films are shown from 6pm-8pm in the Harrington-Peachtree Center, Room 214. Audience […]

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PC’s Got Talent

Posted in: News | October 24, 2014

On Tuesday, October, 21st twelve Presbyterian College students took the stage in Edmunds Hall to perform in the Homecoming Week event, PC’s Got Talent – a collaboration amongst SNPhA (Student National Pharmaceutical Association), the Student Union Board and the Multicultural Student Union. Students sang, danced, played musical instruments and more all in hopes of winning […]

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ROTC Cadets Compete at Ranger Challenge Competition

Posted in: News | October 22, 2014

PC’s ROTC Ranger Challenge’s team brought back the 2nd place trophy in the Black Division (20 Teams) and finished 7th overall out of 40 teams for the annual 4th Brigade Ranger Challenge competition in Ft. Pickett, VA held from 16-19 October.  Comprised of the strongest cadets in the battalion from Presbyterian College and Lander University, […]

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Reflections on Fall Break

Posted in: News | October 20, 2014

Over Fall Break, PC student Erika Gotfredson ’16 had the opportunity to travel to Richmond, Virginia with a group of PC Students. Erika’s trip was more than just visiting a new community, it also gave her a chance to reflect on our PC community: I’ll admit that I chose to travel to Richmond, Virginia over Fall […]

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