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Music from the 1950s blared from Edmunds Hall this past weekend as The Presbyterian College Department of Music presented the first act of the smash off-Broadway hit, The Marvelous Wonderettes. The audience was taken to the 1958 Springfield High School prom where Missy (Tianna Smith), Suzy (Emily Vandiver), Cindy Lou (Hannah Taylor) and Betty Jean

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Norm Scarborough’s Book 8th Edition

William Henry Scott III Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, Norman Scarborough, loves writing books and considers it his second full-time job. His textbooks, which focus on entrepreneurship and small business management, ultimately dominate today’s market. Effective Small Business Management, Scarborough’s first book and Essentials of Entrepreneurship which has been translated into several languages including Chinese, Spanish

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Grief Counseling Group Started

College is not always easy – multiple tests, projects and trying to balance your work and your social life. Unfortunately, these are not the only challenges that some students are faced with during their college years. Each year, college students experience the loss of loved ones. It is at this time that he or she

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Pharmacy Service Day

Countries all across the globe continue to face the battle of the Ebola virus. This battle is one that is not easily won and many countries rely on others for resources during these hard times. The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy saw this as an opportunity to make a difference through acts of service. In

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Miss Laurens County is a PC Student Janie Davis

For the second year in a row, a PC student lays claim to the title of Miss Laurens County. Janie Davis, a senior Theatre Major, took the crown and will go on to compete for Miss South Carolina. However, this is not Janie’s first rodeo. She has been competing in local and statewide pageants since

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From PC to Ph.D. In Chemistry

For Paul McGannon, a senior from Fort Mill, South Carolina, his decision to come to PC stemmed from his desire to incorporate many of his interests into his college experience. He has done so during his time on campus by pursuing a major in chemistry, with minors in music, physics, and math. His level of

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PC and the Smithsonian are both thrilled to receive new collections of Alabama Fossils

Dr. Michael Rischbieter, Presbyterian College professor of biology, enjoys actively collecting fossils throughout the southeast. Last spring, when President of the Alabama Paleontological Society, Ashley Allen, posted a picture of a rare fossil lycopod – Paralycopodites – he decided to travel to Alabama and get a glimpse of the rare fossil himself. There, Rischbieter had

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