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Presbyterian College students go back to their roots in Scotland

“For PC students, Scotland is a ‘must do’ because it serves as a reminder of how important the Scottish heritage is to PC. From John Knox, the Celtic cross, and Presbyterianism, to Blue Hose, kilts, and bagpipes, Presbyterian College is quintessentially Scottish,” said Dr. Roy Campbell concerning the Maymester trip he recently led to Scotland

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Presbyterian College Mourns Loss of Stevie Wilson

Presbyterian College student-athlete Stephen (Stevie) Wilson, a team manager and former linebacker on the football team, passed away Monday evening in Mt. Pleasant, S.C. Wilson, a chemistry major, was in his fourth year at PC. The team was informed of his death during a team meeting Monday night. Grief counselors have been made available to

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Presbyterian College students and faculty serve in Kenya

Jessica Davis, a 2016 graduate of Presbyterian College and the Outstanding Senior in education, is currently serving in Kenya for an eight-week extended internship. She spent four weeks living in Kikuyu and working at the Comet House, an orphanage for boys that is run with support from the Presbyterian Outreach Foundation. While in Kikuyu, Davis

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Student-athlete spends summer researching tin whisker growth

Jonathan Turnley, a double major in physics and chemistry, decided on his Summer Fellows research topic after learning about the research that Dr. Chad Rodekohr conducts on tin whiskers. Turnley found Rodekohr’s research appealing since it involves both physics and chemistry. Tin whisker growth is a poorly understood phenomenon in which tiny, threadlike hairs form

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Presbyterian College students gain autonomy during four-week stay in Lyon

When asked about the benefits of traveling abroad, Dr. Patrick Kiley, professor of French and director of the international studies major, quoted Mark Twain: “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.”

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Long-time PC professor passes away

To most of us, he was known as Dr. Joe. To some, he was known as father, pastor, teacher, friend. On July 1, 2016, Dr. Joe passed from this world into the Church Triumphant after having lived a full and blessed life. He had celebrated his 109th birthday in April at Presbyterian Community among many, many friends —

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