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More than 400 Presbyterian College Students earn honors for Spring semester

Presbyterian College named 76 students to its President’s List for the Spring Semester of the 2015-2016 academic year. The President’s List seeks to honor those students who achieved a 4.0 GPA. Click the President’s List to view a list of those students. Presbyterian College named 359 students to its Provost’s List for the Spring Semester of

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Summer fellow, Naya Martin, studies Antarctic microorganisms

For her Summer Fellows research project, Naya Martin is exploring the gut microbiome, or microorganism, of Antarctic ice fishes with the hopes of identifying what bacteria reside there and the role they play in the microbiome. “These ice fishes are unique in that they are naturally anemic due to their lack of hemoglobin, yet they

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Presbyterian College to cut ribbon on Bethel hydrotherapy facility

On Saturday, June 25, Presbyterian College will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony officially opening its new Bethel hydrotherapy facility as an addition to the college’s Kemper D. Lake sports medicine center. “The gift Justin provided is an absolute game-changer for us,” said Brian Reese, director of athletics. “We will now have one of the finest

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Summer fellow, Sam Del Toro, continues capstone research

Sam Del Toro decided on the idea for her Summer Fellows research project when she found gaps in her research for her capstone, a project which examined the corrupt relationship between the Mexican government and the largest drug trafficking organization in the world, the Sinaloa Cartel. “As I was doing research for my capstone, I struggled

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Presbyterian College set to host Southern Film Circuit for the fifth year

Presbyterian College will participate in the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers for the fifth year. The funding for the tour is provided by the College, as well as the Russell Program, a program that strives to examine the influence of media on American society. All screenings are free and open to the public. Southern

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Presbyterian College students volunteer with Dogwood Alliance

Presbyterian College students Morgan Rowden and Jade Warnock became interested in the work of Dogwood Alliance when a representative from the organization spoke on campus in the fall of 2015. According to its website, Dogwood Alliance is an environmental nonprofit organization that “mobilizes diverse voices to defend the unique forests and communities of the Southern

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Presbyterian College hosts 70th Palmetto Girls State

This week, Presbyterian College hosts the 70th session of the American Legion Auxiliary Palmetto Girls State (PGS). This event spans a week, bringing approximately 650 high school students and 100 staff members to campus. In 1938, the Girls State citizenship training program began as a project of the American Legion Auxiliary. South Carolina held its

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