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Presbyterian College to name James C. Shaw, Sr. ’71 the Thomas Aurelius Stallworth ’55 Alumni Award recipient

James C. Shaw, Sr. ’71, a native of Sumter, will be awarded the 2016 Thomas Aurelius Stallworth ’55 Alumni Award from Presbyterian College for embodying the characteristics of Thomas Aurelius Stallworth’s Christian leadership, strong, bold character, integrity, moral courage, and values. Shaw knows and demonstrates the true meaning of neighbor and friend. During his time

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Presbyterian College to name Dr. Neal Prater honorary alumnus

Dr. Neal B. Prater will be named an honorary alumnus of Presbyterian College by its Alumni Association. The award is designed for a person who did not attend PC, but has always treated it like his alma mater and has brought honor to the College by doing so. Prater was named the Dana Professor Emeritus

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Presbyterian College student receives SCACPA scholarship

Gabe Glover, a senior accounting and management major from Lancaster, S.C., at Presbyterian College was announced as a recipient of the South Carolina Associations of Certified Public Accountants’ scholarship. The South Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (SCACPA, is a statewide professional organization representing more than 3,900 CPAs and accounting professionals. “I heard about

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Presbyterian College receives two grand pianos in one calendar year

The Presbyterian College community has recently received two grand pianos that have been gracious gifts to our campus and music department, along with donations from Rehoboth Presbyterian Church to the Neville Hall Project. On Nov. 15, 2015, the PC choir traveled to Columbia where they were introduced to Charles Weston, ’69. Weston wanted to know

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Presbyterian College to present Hallelujah Singers concert

On Monday, Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m., Presbyterian College will host the ensemble, “The Hallelujah Singers,” led by Dr. Marlena Smalls in Edmunds Hall. The ensemble will capture South Carolina Sea Island culture as it weaves in Gullah and West African material. The Hallelujah Singers were organized to preserve melodies and storytelling that is unique

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