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PC community mourns the loss of Dr. Ted L. Hunter

Dr. Ted LaVerne Hunter died peacefully in the Hospice House of Laurens County on January 28, 2017. He was born April 10, 1928, in Thomasville, Ga. The son of Ottis Ashley and Glennie Fennel Hunter, he graduated from Richmond Academy in Augusta, Ga, and earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Florida, Master

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Presbyterian College to host guest organist on Feb. 2

On Thursday, Feb. 2 at 7:30 p.m., in Belk Auditorium, Presbyterian College will host Sharon Rattray, organist for St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Columbia. Rattray received a Bachelor of Music and Master of Music in piano performances from the University of South Carolina. As an undergraduate, she received the “Most Outstanding Senior” award. In 1991,

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Presbyterian College hosts annual Vance Lecture Series

On Thursday, Jan. 26, Presbyterian College hosted its annual Robert M. Vance Lecture Series on Business Ethics. The speaker, William “Bill” Barnet III is the CEO of Barnet Development Company and former mayor of Spartanburg. Barnet is the first speaker in the series to personally know Robert M. Vance. The lecture series was created to

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Edward Steers named interim director of athletics at Presbyterian College

Presbyterian College President Robert E. Staton has named Edward W. Steers of Charleston to serve as interim director of athletics in advance of a national search to find the College’s permanent AD. Steers is replacing former athletic director Brian Reese, who stepped down after nearly six years at PC to serve as the new athletic

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Presbyterian College to host lecture on business ethics

On Thursday, Jan. 26, Presbyterian College will host William Barnet, III to provide the College’s Vance Lecture in Business Ethics. The lecture will begin at 11 a.m. and be held in Edmunds Hall. The lecture is free and open to the public. The Robert M. Vance Lecture Series was established by the Bailey Foundation to

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Presbyterian College to host concert celebrating the Chinese New Year

On Thursday, Jan. 26 at 7:30 p.m., in Edmunds Hall, Presbyterian College and the Confucius Institute will host a piano and guzheng music concert celebrating the Chinese New Year. The concert is free and open to the public. The concert will feature Chinese music performed by pianists Cynthia Huo Min Zhu Lawing and her students,

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Wasim Gendi, a senior at Presbyterian College, shares his journey

Presbyterian College, located in Clinton, S.C., advocates a global community on campus and encourages students to understand and respect all people, regardless of their race, gender or ethnic background. Wasim Gendi, originally from Egypt, is a senior at Presbyterian College, studying political science and French. Though hailing from Egypt, Wasim was naturalized as an American

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Presbyterian College to host “Evolution: Of Origin and Form” art exhibit

From January 19 to February 27, the Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery at Presbyterian College will host Ralph Pàquin’s exhibit, “Evolution: Of Origin and Form.” An opening reception for the exhibit will be held on Thursday, January 26 at 5 p.m. Pàquin joined the faculty full-time in 1998 and currently serves as a professor of studio

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Presbyterian College to host first concert of 2017

  On Thursday, Jan. 19 at 7:30 p.m., the Presbyterian College department of music will host its first concert of 2017 in Edmunds Hall. Dr. Richard Thomas, associate professor of music and Amy Blackwood, lecturer of music at Lander University will present a recital of classical and contemporary music for the cello and piano. Thomas

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