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Students thank legislators for financial aid

More than 100 students from private colleges and universities across South Carolina visited the State House on Wednesday, April 11 for South Carolina College and University Day. PC students Jennifer Freeman and Trey Counterman were among the group who thanked their legislators for state-supported financial aid. “It is encouraging to be able to talk to

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Students practice relationship-building at career event

“Networking is important because, with career paths, it’s not always about what you know, but who you know,” said Matthew Larry ‘16. Larry didn’t want to believe networking could have such a big impact on his career. He didn’t like the idea and would “shy away from it,” he said. And Larry’s not alone: Many

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Accreditation for the PC Physician Assistant program

On April 10, 2018, President Bob Staton received a “notice of adverse action” from the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant, Incorporated (ARC-PA) detailing the reasons that Presbyterian College’s accreditation for the new Physician Assistant program has been withheld. Presbyterian College has 10 days to respond to the letter. Statement from President

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Seniors honored during annual banquet

The Economics and Business Administration department honored its seniors during the annual Society for the Advancement of Management banquet on March 27 in the Mabry-Smith-Yonce Center. The department presented awards and scholarships to students who have distinguished themselves in economics and business administration. Students showing great promise in their respective major areas were also honored.

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PC alumna exhibits latest collection of artwork

Spartanburg artist and 2007 PC alumna Elizabeth Bagwell will exhibit her latest collection of work from May 17 to June 16 at West Main Artists Co-op in Spartanburg. The Southerner Abroad: A Modern Lifestyle Installation is a vibrant mix of paintings that draws from vintage photographs of 1930’s and ‘40’s Paris. A public reception will

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PC Honors Mary Bailey Vance Suitt

Alumni, students, and friends of the College gathered on April 3 to honor the late Mary Bailey Vance Suitt. The evening included an unveiling of a commissioned portrait of Mary Bailey in Neville Hall and a tribute concert in Edmunds Hall. “The Bailey, Vance, and Suitt families are honored to have the opportunity to see

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PC hosts 44th Special Olympics

Nearly 300 athletes from the Upstate participated in Special Olympics on campus on March 23. PC has hosted the event since 1974. “Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports organization for people with intellectual disabilities, and our local event is a fantastic way to nurture and support people with disabilities in the Laurens County area,”

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Accepted Students Have Their Day on Campus

Students accepted to PC for the 2018 – 2019 academic year were invited to campus for Accepted Students Day on Saturday, March 24. More than 170 students and their families enjoyed the fun-filled day as they learned more about becoming a part of the PC family. “Accepted Students Day is such a fun, special event,”

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Alumnus honored at Metropolitan Arts Council Meeting

On Monday, March 26, the Metropolitan Arts Council honored several individuals and businesses for their support for the arts in the 2017 TD Bank Business and The Arts Partnership Awards at the MAC Annual Meeting. David Lominack ’97 was awarded the Ann C. Sherard Young Supporter of the Arts Award. David graduated from PC with a

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Blue Hose Hoops Star Leaves It All on the Court

Political Science may be his major, but senior Reggie Dillard has another passion in life. Basketball has been a constant in his life from the very beginning. “[I’ve been playing] ever since I was four years old,” Dillard said. “My whole life.” Before coming to PC, Dillard played at Greensboro Day School in Greensboro, N.C.

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