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The “Musical Portraits” Between Piano and People

Returning to Presbyterian College’s campus on Oct. 26 is the Japanese pianist, Jun Matsuo. She will perform her recital “Musical Portraits” at part of the PC music department’s Broad Street Series in Edmunds Hall at 7:30 p.m. Matsuo once worked as an assistant professor of music at PC, and at Coker College. She earned a

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Presbyterian College Alumnus Inducted into Georgia Music Hall of Fame

Tim Wilson, a 1983 Presbyterian College graduate, acclaimed comedian, and country music artist, was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015. He was awarded the Posthumous Award, and other inductees from the evening included Gregg Allman, Sam Moore, and the band Drivin’ N’ Cryin’. Wilson, a native of Columbus,

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Presbyterian College to Host CHAMPS 20th Anniversary Celebration

The 20th anniversary of Presbyterian College’s CHAMPS program will take place on Saturday, Oct. 31 at Bailey Memorial Stadium. The CHAMPS program is an initiative supported by the PC family and the Laurens County community that strives to motivate and challenge students who may not otherwise have the opportunities to fulfill their highest educational potential.

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Presbyterian College Staff Member Published

Presbyterian College’s Annalise Sinclair, assistant director of student involvement and Greek life recently wrote a chapter for the Student Affairs Collective book, Beyond Meetings: Lessons and Success in Advising Student Organizations. The book is a collection of essays in which each individual author takes on a unique perspective in regards to advising student organizations. The

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Scottish Vocalist to Bring Traditional Gaelic Music to Presbyterian College

Presbyterian College’s music department will host the award-winning, world-renowned Scottish vocal artist, Julie Fowlis, at 7:30 p.m., on Oct. 19, at Edmunds Hall. Part of the music department’s Highland Series, Fowlis’s performance is sure to be an incredible experience recalling the highlands where PC has its cultural roots. Fowlis has a passion for folk culture,

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Celebrate Homecoming Weekend Oct. 16-17

Presbyterian College’s Homecoming Weekend is right around the corner, and the two days are teeming with various festivities to celebrate our current students, faculty, and staff; the return home of our alumni; and the continuation of PC tradition through this historic weekend. The celebration kicks off on Friday with Scotoberfest from 12-3 p.m. at the

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Visiting Professor Discusses Confucius and Paul

Presbyterian College recently hosted religious scholar Dr. K. K. Yeo for a discussion and presentation titled “Having Tea with Confucius and Paul.” Yeo is the Harry R. Kendall Professor of New Testament at Garrett Theological Seminary in Evanston, Ill. Yeo earned an undergraduate degree in Bible studies and theology and eventually earned a Ph.D. from

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