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International Musicians Coming to Presbyterian College

In October, musicians from around the world will perform at Presbyterian College. First will be the Scottish Gaelic folk singer, Julie Fowlis, who performed the hallmark song “Touch the Sky” in Disney’s movie “Brave.” Then Jun Matsuo, a Japanese pianist, returns to PC’s campus to perform her concert “Musical Portraits.” And lastly is the Cuban

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Presbyterian College Alumnus to be installed as ACTL President

Michael Smith, a Presbyterian College 1966 alumnus, will be installed as the 66th president of the prestigious American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL), an organization of the top trial lawyers in the U.S. and Canada, during the organization’s annual meeting in Chicago this Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015. Smith currently is a partner of the broad-based

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Presbyterian College helps bring awareness to child hunger

In an annual tradition, Presbyterian College took part in bringing awareness to childhood hunger. On Sept. 21, 2015, PC’s dining hall services held the “End it with Orange” activity to inform the student body about what is occurring with child hunger in America. This is a part of the larger, nationwide campaign held by Share

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Pi Kappa Phi Hosts Charity Bike-a-thon for The Ability Experience

Members of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity cycled away on stationary bikes in front of Springs Student Center earlier this month. Their goal was to raise money for their fraternity’s national philanthropy “The Ability Experience” whose focus is on helping the disabled men and women in our communities. The money Pi Kappa Phi has raised with

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Political Science Department Brings Political Party Leaders to Campus

As part of a lecture series titled “South Carolina, Party Politics & the 2016 Elections,” the Presbyterian College Political Science Department recently sponsored visits from three state-wide political party leaders. Matt Moore, chair of the S.C. Republican Party, gave an on-campus lecture on Thursday, Sept. 10; and Jason Perkey, executive director, and Jessica Church, political

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Presbyterian College Alumnus to speak on Entrepreneurship

Kevin Maloney, a 1999 Business graduate of Presbyterian College will return to campus to discuss entrepreneurship. The lecture will be at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 22 in Edmunds Hall. Maloney is co-founder of ZVerse Inc., a 3D Printing Partnership, a company in Columbia, S.C. ZVerse is a applications company focused on accelerating the creation

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PC Professor to Volunteer for AGU Award Committee

Recently, Dr. James Wanliss, professor of physics, was invited by the American Geophysical Union to volunteer as a committee member for the newly created Africa Award for Research Excellence in Space Science Committee. The American Geophysical Union, begun in 1919 and independently incorporated in 1972, is the largest international group of Earth and space scientists.

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Presbyterian College Professor Wins USATF National Masters Championship

After doing some warm-up stretches in the early morning sun, the weather not yet reaching the predicted mid-90s temperatures of high noon, Cynthia Lucking, PC’s associate professor of economics and business administration, prepared for the first race of the day—an 800-meter run in the 2015 USA Track and Field National Masters competition. Hosted at University

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English Professor Joins Others in Upcoming Publication

Dr. Kendra Hamilton, assistant professor of English, has been published in the Summer 2015 edition of Common-place, a magazine publication of the American Antiquarian Society. Her article in this edition is a reflection on the Nat Fuller Feasts. The Nat Fuller Feast was an event held in downtown Charleston, on April 15, 2015, and at

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