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‘While We Live, We Serve,’ PC gives back on Service Day

Maison Payne doesn’t consider himself outdoorsy. But, as he dug into the dirt and pulled weeds at the Humane Society, he thought more about the animals and others who will enjoy the trail he and PC volunteers helped to construct at the property. “Knowing that you’re doing something meaningful for people who wouldn’t have it

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PC begins new Academic Year

Presbyterian College ushered in a new academic year on Tuesday, Aug. 27 during its Opening Convocation at Belk Auditorium. Students moved onto campus over the weekend, with help from faculty, student and staff volunteers. Before classes began on Wednesday, they filled the auditorium joined by parents and other friends for convocation. The event marked the

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Blue Hose to wear helmet sticker to honor the late Cally Gault

Members of the Presbyterian College football team will wear “CG” on their helmets to honor longtime Blue Hose head coach Cally Gault ’48. Gault passed away on April 19, 2019 at the age of 91. “It’s a tremendous honor to have his alma mater celebrate him in such a tremendous way throughout this season,” said

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Students Experience Spain during Maymester 2019

This past spring, five professors took a group of 36 students and alumni on a week-long Maymester trip to Spain. The Maymester proved to be a rich and rewarding experience in a country with a long and varied history, strong culture, beautiful scenery and architecture, and world-class food and drink. The experience followed a semester

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Employers Work on Internship Program Best Practices During Workshop

Fourteen businesses from Columbia, Greenville, and Laurens visited Presbyterian College to learn how to effectively implement an internship program. The Total Internship Management workshop took place on Friday, Aug. 9 in Jacobs Hall. “The workshop covered all aspects of creating, maintaining, and improving an internship program and is applicable for public and private sector organizations,”

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Abstract Art Exhibit Showcases Everyday Life

A reception for “The Many Faces of Abstract,” a solo show featuring South Carolina contemporary artist Debbie Bzdyl, will take place on Monday, Aug. 26 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. The Bailey Art Gallery Exhibition and Reception event will be held in the Mary Bailey Vance Suitt Rotunda in Neville Hall. The reception and the

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Cody triplets to graduate together for a second time

Adrianna, Briana, and Christen Cody of Enoree have had a unique academic experience, in that it was entirely shared from kindergarten to college. The sisters, age 21, are triplets and are entering their final shared semester at Presbyterian College in Clinton this fall. Read the full story on »

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Presbyterian College celebrates completion of new student housing

Presbyterian College hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 7, to celebrate the completion of new student housing on PC’s campus. The board of trustees, administrators, faculty and staff, financial partners, those who worked directly with the construction, as well as alumni and community guests, gathered at the fountain near Neville and Richardson halls for

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