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Alumni receive awards

Alumni were honored for their community service, personal and professional achievements, and dedication to PC in the annual Alumni Association Meeting in Edmunds Hall on Homecoming Saturday. 2013 award recipients include: Sandra L. Hensley, of Columbia, SC, the recipient of the Dum Vivimus Servimus award, which recognizes an alumnus or alumna who exemplifies the meaning

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PC faithful enjoy Homecoming

PC faithful were in full force at the Homecoming game versus Point University on Saturday. Alumni, students, faculty and staff, and friends of the College took in the fun at various tailgates and other activities at Bailey Memorial Stadium.

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Ben Hay Hammet Society members enjoy reception

Dr. and Mrs. Lilly welcomed Ben Hay Hammet Society members into the President’s Home on Friday evening in one of the weekend’s first Homecoming events. The Ben Hay Hammet Society includes and celebrates all Presbyterian College alumni who graduated 50 or more years ago.

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ZTA hosts 10th annual Pink Out

The PC campus will be pink this week as Kappa Beta chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority hosts its annual philanthropic event, Pink Out. During the event, ZTA raises awareness of breast cancer and funds for breast cancer research. “Pink Out is such a special week, and my favorite part is being able to see

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Get your can in a kilt this Homecoming

Make sure you get your free PC tartan koozie by registering for Homecoming by October 18. What better way to show your Blue Pride this year than with your very own koozie available only to PC alumni, students, or professors who pre-register?   Friday, October 25 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Visit Scotsman’s Corner, Greenville Dining Hall

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First Chinese Language Day Held At Presbyterian College Confucius Institute

This past Tuesday, October 1st, 2013, Confucius Institute at Presbyterian College held its largest event of the semester:  first Chinese Language Day. It took months of preparation and featured an audience of over one hundred local middle school children and Presbyterian college students.  It was an all-day event, packed with activities for students who most

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