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Ireland’s Caladh Nua in Concert March 10 at Presbyterian College

Performance completes Performance Series The beauty, artistry, and culture of Ireland is coming to Presbyterian College for a single night in March when the acclaimed band, Caladh Nua, appears on the stage at Edmunds Hall. Comprised of five versatile musicians and singers, Caladh Nua performs using a wide selection of instruments from banjo to fiddle,

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Chinese New Year at Laurens Academy

Despite it being a rainy Friday, February 21st, 2014, the Confucius Institute Staff visited Laurens Academy bringing exciting Chinese New Year celebrations along with them. Students ranging from elementary school to high schoolers attended, what was for most of them, their first Chinese culture experience. Dr. Jin gave a speech/lecture on the festivities of the

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The Fifth Palmetto Chinese Star Contest Held at Presbyterian College

The Fifth Palmetto Chinese Star was held at Presbyterian College this past Saturday, February 22, 2014, hosted by the Confucius Institutes at Presbyterian College and University of South Carolina. The Palmetto Chinese Star, which originated at Presbyterian College, is a state-wide contest where students from all over the state, in varying education levels, can contest

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Presbyterian Home Chinese New Year

On February 5th 2014, a Wednesday evening, PC CI staff brought a Chinese New Year celebration to the Presbyterian Home in Clinton, South Carolina. The staff of the Presbyterian Home welcomed the CI staff with decorations, festivities, and traditional Chinese food. To begin the festivities Dr. Jin gave a lecture on the Chinese Spring Festival

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Important Message Regarding Doyle Hall from Board Chairman Pat Phillips

The Board and the Administration believe there is a strong need for a long-range campus master plan. Some alumni have raised concerns about maintaining our heritage. The following note from the Chairman of the Board and the Administration acknowledges and responds to those concerns. During the past few weeks, the conversation regarding the future of

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Annual Chinese New Year Reception

January 30th, 2014, the Harper Center of Presbyterian College was full of significant guests from all across the state of South Carolina on the eve of the Chinese New Year. The reason for this was the Confucius Institute of Presbyterian College’s annual Chinese New Year Reception. This Chinese New Year was the transition to the

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