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Our Homegrown NASA Researcher

Clay Wright, a PC junior from Clinton, has fond memories of go-karts and Nintendo Game Boys when he was a kid. But what he remembers isn’t riding go-karts or his high score on Super Mario Brothers. “When I was four,” Wright said, “I’d pull apart my family’s go-cart motor and put it back together again,

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Justin Bethel ’12 closer to home

The Atlanta Falcons signed Justin Bethel ’12 at cornerback. Bethel played his first six seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, but will now be a little closer to his home state of South Carolina. Bethel left the Cardinals after three Pro Bowl appearances and two first-team All-Pro nods as a special teamer. Bethel graduated from PC

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Students Visit Civil Rights Sites

“ When standing on the bridge,” Marshall Perkins said, “there was a far-fetched feeling I had because I could not imagine the courage and strength it took to stand up against such a hateful cultural orthodoxy that was inculcated into society at this time.” Perkins was one of 22 PC students to visit the Edmund

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PC Alumnus honored in The State’s 20 under 40 in the Midlands

  Nick Haigler ’02 was honored in The State’s 20 under 40 in the Midlands. Haigler graduated from PC with a Bachelor of Science degree in political science. Haigler is a partner and workers’ compensation team leader at Sowell Gray Robinson Law Firm. Haigler, along with more than 100 of his F3 workout brothers, volunteered

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Students Explore Different Faiths on DC Trip

Thirty PC students and staff members visited a mosque, a synagogue, and the National Presbyterian Church during a recent trip to Washington DC. The Celtic Cross members went on the trip to explore how the church works with other faith communities. “I call this group my ‘church nerds,’” said Rev. Beatrix Weil, chaplaincy resident at

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Presbyterian College Students to Present “Songs of the Jazz Age”

The PC Opera and Musical Theatre will present the original production “Songs of the Jazz Age.” Two performances are scheduled for Friday, March 23 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 25 at 3 p.m. in Edmunds Hall. “Songs of the Jazz Age” strings together songs from 1920’s and 1930’s composers like Cole Porter, Noel Coward,

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Students Bond on Trip to Mexico

Math and economics double major Caroline Dyar changed what she thought about history after taking a trip to the Yucatan Peninsula. She traveled to the southeastern part of Mexico with history professors Dr. Jackie Sumner and Dr. Roy Campbell and 18 fellow PC students. “I viewed history as a class to check off on my

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Steelman Resigns as PC Women’s Basketball Coach

Presbyterian College Director of Athletics Danny Sterling announced Tuesday that women’s basketball head coach Todd Steelman has resigned, effective immediately. “I appreciate what Coach Steelman has done for Presbyterian College and the women’s basketball team,” said Sterling. “He has continued the strong tradition and history of the program and we wish him well in his

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