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Tillirson ’87 To Take Helm At Thiele Kaolin

Eric Tillirson graduated from Presbyterian College in 1987, where he received a bachelor of science degree in chemistry. Throughout his college career, Tillirson was involved in many organizations, a few of which include: Student Union Board, American Chemical Society, Kappa Alpha Fraternity, and serving as chairman of Judicial Council and as president of the Interfraternity

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Annual Fund Matching Gift Announced

President Claude Lilly announced that a generous donor, who requests to remain anonymous, has pledged a significant matching gift challenge to encourage giving to the Presbyterian College Annual Fund. All new gifts to the Annual Fund during the month of December will be matched dollar for dollar by the donor. The Annual Fund provides resources

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New Music for Christmas at PC

Christmas at PC is an annual series of concerts at PC presented during the first weekend of December.  All the college’s musical efforts are focused into producing one of the area’s finest and most meaningful Christmas events.  The program has frequently featured new music commissioned by the Department of Music at PC or composed specifically

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The Reverend Rachel Parsons-Wells Installed at PC

Over 100 people gathered in Edmunds Hall to observe the Reverend Rachel Parsons-Wells’ ’02 installation as a teaching elder and director of religious life and service during an ecumenical worship service held on November 12, 2014. The service was planned by student members of various campus religious organizations. Presbyterian College established an Installation Commission with

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Sports Round Up

Couldn’t make it to all the Blue Hose sporting events? Check out this round up and then click here for more information on all PC athletics. Football: The 5-5 Blue Hose christened the brand-new stadium lights on Sept. 6 with a 69-14 win over Bluefield and then defeated No. 12 Furman 10-7 the next weekend

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A Snapshot from the Chemistry Department

Check out this snapshot of what PC students have been up to under the direction of Dr. Evelyn J. Swain, assistant professor of chemistry: As American Chemical Society (ACS) student affiliate advisor, Dr. Swain has assisted the chemistry students with an outreach project. Every other week during the semester students provide science demonstrations and hands-on

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Confucius Institute hosts Chinese Corner Costume Party

Thursday, November 6th, 2014, the Confucius had Chinese Corner in the CIH office. The theme of this week’s Chinese Corner was ethnic clothing and the customs of rural Chinese villages. Clothing styles can define a certain culture and this Chinese Corner was used to show history through many different villages and what was their traditional

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This I Believe

This I Believe (TIB) is a discussion series hosted by the Office of Religious Life and the Multicultural Affairs Committee that invites people from the PC community to share a bit about what they believe.  Based on the NPR series of the same name, This I Believe asks speakers to share something that is at

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PC Students Take “It’s On Us” Pledge

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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