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With the game tied at 20 late in the fourth quarter, PC wide receiver DaShawn Davis rushed 49 yards for a touchdown with just 2:40 left in the contest, as PC pulled off a second-half comeback to beat Cumberland, 27-20, on Saturday night in front of students and guests attending Family Weekend. The Blue Hose improve to 2-2 on the

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Presbyterian College Football vs. The Citadel Moved to Clinton

The Presbyterian College football team’s matchup with The Citadel, originally scheduled for Saturday in Charleston, S.C., has been moved to Clinton, S.C. due to the impending threat of Hurricane Irma. Kickoff is now slated for noon at Bailey Memorial Stadium in Clinton, S.C. The relocation of the game gives PC eight home games for 2017

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PC Professor Teaches Tai Chi at the Presbyterian Home

Presbyterian College’s Confucius Institute continued its tradition of teaching Chinese culture to residents at the Presbyterian Home this summer. Hongyan Li, Chinese language instructor at PC, visited the home two days a week over the summer to teach tai chi, a non-competitive form of martial arts. “The class brings health, fitness and a peaceful mind

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PC Harper Center Gallery features IN HOUSE

The Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery, located in the Harper Center for the Arts, is honored to present IN HOUSE, a group exhibition curated by Michelle Grabner, guest artist, writer, and educator. IN HOUSE features works by artists Mary Ancel of New York City, Molly Barnes of Chicago, Michelle Grabner of Milwaukee, Alex Peyton-Levine of Chicago,

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