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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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Presbyterian College Theatre Program Bases Fall Play Series on Fairy Tales

The Presbyterian College Theatre Department’s fall play series titled “Out of the Woods: One Act Fairy Tale Adaptations” will take place in Harper Theatre on Thursday, Nov. 12; Friday, Nov. 13; Thursday, Nov. 19; and Friday, Nov. 20. All performances will take place at 7:30 p.m. This play series will come from the work of

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Thornwell Halloween Carnival Returns

The Thornwell Halloween Carnival is back for another year at Presbyterian College. The annual event will take place 4-6 p.m. on Oct. 30 on the front lawn of Springs Student Center. This event is open for all PC students and families to participate in as well as all of those staying at the Thornwell Cottages

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Presbyterian College Extends Early Action Deadline for Admissions

Presbyterian College announced that it will extend its Early Action Deadline for admissions from Nov. 15 to Dec. 1. This is the College’s primary deadline and is extended in order to allow potential students affected by the recent flooding to have more time to apply. “We pass along our sympathies to all those impacted by

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CI Faculty Joined Local Chinese People to Celebrate Moon Festival in Greenville

The Moon Festival, a.k.a. the Mid-Autumn Festival,  is to most Chinese people the second most important festival, after only the Chinese New Year. Much like Thanksgiving in North America, this day is about harvest and, of course, reunion with family and friends.  On Sunday, September 20, CI staff joined local Chinese people, mostly from upstate

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Dr. K.K.Yeo brought Confucius and Paul the Apostle to a Conversation at PC

Thursday, September 24, saw the start of a rainy, soggy period of time. At 7: 30 PM in the Edmunds Auditorium, PC finally hosted the long-awaited lecture titled “Having Tea with Confucius and Paul: Truth, Goodness and Beauty” by biblical scholar Dr. K.K. Yeo, a Harry R. Kendall Professor of New Testament at Garrett Theological

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CI Hosted a Chinese Corner Event Relating to Moon Festival

With the Moon festival just around the corner, the second Chinese corner of fall 2015 semester was naturally presented as a celebration of the traditional Chinese festival. Chinese instructor Xiaorui Du hosted the event, which took place on the evening of Sep. 23 in the Chinese classroom of CIH. He first gave a talk on the

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Presbyterian College to Host Lecture on Global Christianity

Presbyterian College will host a public lecture by Dr. Scott Sunquist, dean of the School of Intercultural Studies and professor of world Christianity at Fuller Theological Seminary, at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 19, in the Edmunds Auditorium on campus. The lecture, titled “The Unexpected Christian Century,” is sponsored by the Cornelson Institute for Christian

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