list of news articles

Cato Institute Senior Fellow to Speak at Presbyterian College

Presbyterian College’s Department of Economics and Business Administration will host Michael Tanner, a senior fellow with Cato Institute, to discuss his new book Going for Broke: Deficits, Debts, and the Entitlement Crisis on Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 7:15 p.m. in Edmunds Hall. Tanner’s book will be released in June, and he has authored a number

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Presbyterian College to present “A Celtic Christmas” concert

The Christmas at Presbyterian College concert is always one of the biggest events the college puts on each year, and this year will be no different. “A Celtic Christmas,” the title of this year’s concert, harkens back to PC’s ancestral highlands and continues with this theme in its song selections and musical compositions, which will

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Presbyterian College student earns third place in NABT student poster competition

On Nov. 13, Michael Harris, senior biology major and environmental studies minor from Lexington, S.C., presented his poster at the National Association of Biology Teachers Professional Development Conference in Providence, R.I. His poster, entitled “Assessment of the Peer-Assisted Learning Resource Center for Introductory Biology Students at Presbyterian College,” earned him third place in the national

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Presbyterian College staff member receives SCCPA Award

On Nov. 2, Lynn Downie, assistant director of career development, received the Paul P. Fidler Bridge Builder Award from the South Carolina College Personnel Association for her creative efforts to connect student life and academics to support student success. The SCCPA was established in 1970 in order to provide professional development, networking opportunities, leadership experience,

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Documentary Film “Web Junkie” to be shown at Presbyterian College

On Nov. 23, the Presbyterian College education department will show the film “Web Junkie” as part of the Documentary Film Series. The film will be shown in Harrington-Peachtree Amphitheater and begins at 4:30 p.m. “Web Junkie” is set in Beijing, China, and follows the Daxing Boot Camp, a 3-month military, anti-addiction rehabilitation program for Chinese

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Ludlamshöhle: Bringing the 19th Century to the Present

Inspired by and dedicated to music of the 19th century is Ludlamshöhle, the chamber ensemble group cofounded by Dr. James Buckland, adjunct professor of guitar, and Dr. Karen Buckland, professor of music and director of keyboard studies. These two professors are performing literature written for guitar and piano at Edmunds Hall on Nov. 12. The

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“Laugh, Learn, and Grow” on Youth Day

On Saturday, Nov. 21, Presbyterian College and the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life are hosting Youth Day, an event centered on the motto “Laugh, Learn, and Grow” as student church groups from across the region come to campus. Youth Day is full of enriching activities and events to make the day special for the

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Presbyterian College Voice Student Wins State Musical Theater Competition

On Oct. 17, sophomore music major Emlynn Shoemaker performed and won the South Carolina National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Musical Theatre Student Auditions held at Winthrop University. She will continue on to the Regional Student Auditions to be held in March 2016 at College of Charleston. Shoemaker is a voice student from Pendleton,

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