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Music Faculty Members to Perform Recital March 26

Ludlamshöhle Ensemble, consisting of PC faculty members Jim and Karen Buckland, will perform a recital on Monday, March 26, at 7:30 p.m. in Edmunds Hall. The recital will feature nineteenth-century works performed on period guitars and piano. The recital is open to the public. Dr. James Buckland, guitar, is an adjunct professor of music at

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PC Alumna Dr. Kathryn Hix Selected as Cowan Award Winner

Dr. Kathryn Hix, an assistant professor of English at Greenville Technical College (GTC), has been selected as the recipient of the 2018 Cowan Award. Hix earned an undergraduate degree in English and political science from Presbyterian College. Read more at »

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PC Choirs to Perform on March 15

All three Presbyterian College choirs will perform in one concert on Thursday, March 15 at 7:30 p.m. The event will be in Edmunds Hall and is offered freely to the College and to the community. The PC Choir will perform a repertoire from their recent tour. The repertoire will include an eclectic mix of traditional

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Women’s Basketball Star Found a Home in Clinton

Cortney Storey, a senior on PC’s women’s basketball team, came to Clinton from Fayetteville, Tennessee to play at the Division 1 level at a school known also for its academics. She found what she was looking for at PC. And a whole lot more. Cortney knew PC was the right school when Ronny Fisher, former

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Bannan and Blasko putting their mark on Spartanburg

The masterminds behind these murals are Russell Bannan and Eli Blasko. Russell Bannan ’08 became interested in graphic design and communications work while working as a civil rights activist. He majored in religion and Latin American studies at PC and is now creating public art in his native Spartanburg, S.C under the co-founded team, Bannan

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Students are Bound for Disney (And Other Destinations) this Spring Break

Six business majors are having a magical spring break this week. They’re in Disney World as part of the Managing the Magic course. The class counts as a business elective and is being led by Dr. Suzie Smith, Robert Vance Professor of Economics and Business Administration, and Karen Mattison, assistant professor of economics and business

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Anglers Connect on New Bass Fishing Team

“Nothing beats doing what you love, especially when you’re surrounded by so many like-minded individuals who share the same passion as you,” said PC senior Anastasia Patterson. That’s exactly what Anastasia and several other PC students have found with PC’s new bass fishing team. PC students find like-minded individuals in more than 60 clubs and

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PC Announces Faculty Tenure and Promotions

PC’s Board of Trustees has approved applications for tenure and / or promotion for nine faculty members in the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Pharmacy, effective for the 2018-2019 academic year. “The individuals recognized by the Board are outstanding teachers and mentors for our students,” said Dr. Don Raber, provost. “They

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Music Students Ready for Spring Tour

The PC Choir and PC Ringers are setting off on their annual spring tour. They will make five performances in South Carolina, North Carolina, Maryland, and Pennsylvania between March 2 and March 7. “I hope our music doesn’t just sound beautiful, but can touch hearts,” said Katelyn Shiley, a sophomore from North Augusta, S.C. This

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