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Pharmacy Students Volunteer in the Community

The first-year students at the PC School of Pharmacy showed the school’s commitment to caring for the community during Service Day on August 16. Before they took their first class, new students served nonprofits that help the needy, or helped the needy themselves, throughout Laurens County. Students volunteered at 13 locations in all.

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‘Feels like home’: PC students welcomed back to Clinton

Whether it was meeting new friends, starting classes, or sliding down water slides on campus during the warm weather, the first week was action packed for PC students. Before cheering on the Blue Hose in sports and dancing the night away at Bailey Stadium over the weekend, students, faculty and staff got a taste of

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PC Welcomes ‘Citizen Artist’ Vanessa German

An exhibition of selected paintings and sculptures by American artist Vanessa German will be on display this fall in the Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery. The exhibit, called Vanessa German: ritual & resilience, will appear from Sept. 6 through Nov. 30. Later in the semester, German will visit the PC campus for a talk and live

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PC Holds New Residence Hall Groundbreaking

Presbyterian College hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the new housing that will soon be built on the college campus. The event took place adjacent to the site of the new housing, in the Georgia Hall parking lot near Springs Student Center. “Last fall we rolled out a new strategic plan, The Promise of PC, which

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PC begins new academic year

Presbyterian College officially began its 139th academic year on Tuesday, Aug. 21, welcoming new and returning students during Opening Convocation. PC President Bob Staton ’68, and Board of Trustees Chairman Elwood G. Lassiter III ’69, welcomed the class of 2022 and recognized the class of 2019, who were dressed in cap and gown for the

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PC students help neighbors on Service Day

Presbyterian College held its annual day of service on Monday, Aug. 20. The College partnered with more than a dozen service agencies across Laurens County for Dum Vivimus Servimus Day — a nod to PC’s motto “While we live, we serve.” “Service has been a part of the PC culture since the College was founded,”

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PC set to begin 139th academic year

Opening Convocation on Tuesday, Aug. 21 will officially begin PC’s 139th academic year. The ceremony will take place at 11 a.m. in Belk Auditorium. Dr. Donald R. Raber II, provost, is the featured speaker during this year’s convocation. Dr. Raber, also professor of political science, will deliver an address titled “Promises.” His address examines the

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Welcome home, Blue Hose

When PC students move in this month, they can expect fun, informative events and a big welcome from the PC and local business community. New student move-in will take place Saturday, Aug. 18. Local businesses have sponsored a move-in T-shirt, and students will find a business guide in their rooms. “We are so excited to

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PC Tennis Standout lands coaching job

Alejandro Bejar was announced as a graduate assistant for the Lee University Tennis teams by head coach Patric Hynes. “I am thrilled to have Alejandro with us,” said Hynes. “He had a brilliant career at Presbyterian College playing for a couple of the best young coaches going around. As a player, he was part of

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