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Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy Drug Take Back Program

The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy (PCSP) hosted its semi-annual Drug Take Back Program on Saturday, September 27th.  Students and faculty members collected over 40 pounds of unused prescription medication. The event allowed citizens from Clinton and surrounding areas to turn in their unused or expired medications for safe disposal by PCSP.  In conjunction with

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50 Years of Christian Education at PC

This year, the Religion-Christian Education (CE) program at Presbyterian College celebrates its fiftieth year. In the fall of 1965, Dr. Jack Presseau founded the CE program, also marking the same year when women moved onto campus and PC became co-ed. For 50 years now, PC has produced a remarkable cadre of some 500 graduates with

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Confucius Institute’s 10th Anniversary Event

This past weekend, PC hosted an event honoring the International Confucius Institutes’ 10th anniversary. The Confucius Institute is an educational organization that aims to promote Chinese language and culture. The Confucius Institute at PC seeks to strengthen Chinese programs at partnering universities in the upstate while building positive relationships in the community.  The Confucius Institute

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Pig Out with the Pi’s

Alpha Delta Pi hosted its first annual Pig Out with the Pi’s on September 18th to benefit the sorority’s philanthropy, Ronald McDonald House Charities. The event was held on the Alumni Green and included a BBQ dinner by Clinton’s own Steamer’s Café and other activities such as cornhole, Pie a Pi, and a raffle. While

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PCSP Clinical Pharmacy Challenge Team

  Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy’s ACCP Clinical Pharmacy Challenge team made it to the Top 16 teams in the nation in the 2014 ACCP Clinical Pharmacy Challenge. In this annual competition, one team from each institution consisting of three students competes against teams from various schools and colleges of pharmacy. Each round consists of

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An insider look at PC’s win over Furman University

On the evening of September 13th, the Blue Hose football team took on the Furman Paladins at Bailey Memorial Stadium.  After four quarters of strategic plays and team collaboration, the Blue Hose conquered the Paladins with a final score of 10-7. All Blue Hose, both players and fans, left the stadium full of PC Pride

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The PC Cannon Crew

Standing proudly on the sidelines during each Blue Hose home football game, the Cannon Crew, a group of four ROTC members, fires a cannon as players run on the field. Continuing to fire shots after each touchdown and field goal, the Cannon Crew tradition adds an element of excitement and school spirit to each game.

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Patriotism at PC

“The serendipity is amazing and providential,” said Dr. Porter Stokes about organizing the Star Spangled Banner commemoration in conjunction with Military Appreciation Day for the football game on Saturday, September 13th. Dr. Stokes serves as the Chair of the Department of Music Education at Presbyterian College and organized the Star Spangled Banner event for the

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Remembering Carol Grotnes Belk

Carol Grotnes Belk, for whom Presbyterian College’s Carol International House is named, died August 25, days before her 87th birthday. She and her husband, Irwin Belk, were supporters of many higher education and collegiate athletics projects across the southeast, and have made donations to more than 30 colleges and universities in North Carolina and South

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Honoring Coach Cally Gault

First home football game of the season; first game under lights since 1990—what better time than that to honor a PC Legend:  Coach Cally Gault.  This year marks the 30th anniversary of Coach Gault’s retirement from coaching at PC. From 1963 to 1984, Gault was the head man on the sidelines, coaching, teaching and loving

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