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Presbyterian College Ringers Launch May Tour

The Presbyterian College Ringers Performance include stops in Myrtle Beach, Charleston, among others Six performances across the Carolinas highlights the first independent bell ringers tour in nearly a decade for the Presbyterian College Ringers. Thirteen students will spend beach week without sand and surf, opting instead for melodies and tones of the hand bells, according

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PC Alumna Jennifer Ainsworth Named South Carolina Teacher of the Year

Presbyterian College alumna Jennifer Ainsworth, Horry County Schools’ Teacher of the Year, was named the South Carolina Teacher of the Year on April 23, 2014 during a gala in Columbia. The 1994 PC graduate made history as the first educator to bring that title home for Horry County Schools. She is the wife of PC alumnus

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Presbyterian College Holds 12th Annual Honors Day Symposium

Presbyterian College recognized student research on April 24 during the annual Honors Day Symposium. The students presenting range from freshmen with exceptional papers to seniors making their honors research or capstone presentations, culminations of four years of intense academic labor. Dr. Robert Freymeyer, chair of PC’s Sociology Department, began the Honors Day Symposium 12 years

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PC LAUNCH Program for Vocation, Leadership and Service Begins

The program is designed to assist students and their decisions regarding post-college plans and goals A new program at Presbyterian College will assist students contemplating their future careers as soon as they enroll in the liberal arts institution. PC Launch Program for Vocation, Leadership, and Service—commonly known as PC Launch—is the work of a cross-disciplinary

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Presbyterian College Hosts South Carolina Microbiologists

The American Society of Microbiology holds annual meeting April 11-12 in Clinton  Presbyterian College will host the South Carolina Branch of the American Society for Microbiology (SCBASM) for its annual spring meeting on Friday and Saturday, April 11-12. The program begins at 8 a.m. in Edmunds Hall with registration and continental breakfast followed by the

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International Justice Mission chapter against human slavery

PC student members of International Justice Mission held a silent protest against human trafficking and slavery in the United States and worldwide on Thursday, April 10. International Justice Mission, with campus chapters throughout the United States, is a worldwide effort to change laws and provide legal representation to fight human trafficking, a multi-billion dollar a

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