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Students earn academic credit at Disney

What do you have planned for the summer? This past spring, a group of business students went to Disney World to get a look at how the theme park creates its magic. Sure, it was part vacation. (It was Disney World, after all.) But it was part work too. “I thought it would be fun

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Stories of service and sacrifice inspire NASCAR drivers

The men and women to be honored during the NASCAR Salutes Refreshed by Coca-Cola Memorial Day weekend tribute at Charlotte Motor Speedway demonstrate integrity, pride and bravery. Their stories cannot help but inspire both those inside the race car for Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600 (6 p.m. ET on FOX, PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) and those watching

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Graduates Earn Their Pharm.D. Degrees, Hoods

Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy graduated its fifth class of doctors of pharmacy during the school’s hooding ceremony on May 11. The event took place at 10 a.m. in Belk Auditorium on the main PC campus.

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Graduates Consider What’s Next during Baccalaureate

The Baccalaureate Service for the 135th Commencement began at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 11. The historic event was held in Belk Auditorium. “While this is an end to one phase of your life, it is also the beginning of a new and important phase of your life,” President Bob Staton told the graduating class.

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Education Grads Are Ready to Teach

Guests filled Kuhne Auditorium in Neville Hall to watch the induction of 14 graduating education majors into the teaching profession. The ceremony took place on Friday, May 11 at 4 p.m. PC President Bob Staton began the ceremony by praising the graduating seniors for the work they’re assuming as teachers. “Today you are going to

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ROTC Ceremony Salutes Military Service

The Presbyterian College ROTC Program concluded its 99th year with the ROTC Commissioning and Hall of Fame Ceremony on Friday, May 11. The event took place at 2 p.m. in Edmunds Hall. “(ROTC) is an important part of life here at PC and an important part of developing future leaders for our armed services,” PC

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Class of 2018 Take the Stage at 135th Commencement

One-hundred eighty-seven graduating seniors from the College of Arts & Sciences marched through Neville Hall onto the West Plaza on Saturday, May 12. Their proud guests, faculty, and staff members were gathered there for the 135th Commencement. PC President Bob Staton welcomed everyone to the event. “Today brings to a close one chapter in our

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John McKissick ’51 to receive Lifetime Achievement Award at the CHARLEYS

John McKissick ’51, who will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award at The Post and Courier’s CHARLEYS awards show on Friday night, retired in 2015 as the winningest football coach in America. Over 63 years at Summerville High School, he won 621 games and 10 state championships, influencing hundreds of young men along the way. Read

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Graduates are Ready for the Stage

Graduates from the College of Arts & Sciences and the School of Pharmacy will be in the spotlight this Commencement Weekend. Several events are planned for Friday and Saturday, May 11 and 12. Graduates like Don Viets, who will receive his diploma from the School of Pharmacy, are ready for life after school. “I feel

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