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New Assistant Director of Greek Life Helps Students Find their “Best Selves”

Marissa Buck was an involved student and leader during her undergraduate days at a large university. “My experiences outside the classroom provided me with a fulfillment I couldn’t find anywhere else,” she said. As a member of Delta Zeta sorority, Student Government Association, and other organizations, Buck found success and gratification in helping other students

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String quartet Ethel performing ‘Grace’ at PC

The Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art calls the ETHEL Quartet “one of the most acclaimed string quartets in the contemporary classical field.” The resident ensemble at The Met’s Balcony Bar, ETHEL is visiting PC to perform in Edmunds Hall Oct. 22. The concert is the second in PC’s 2019-20 Performance Series. The concert begins at

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PC News In Briefs: Honors, Awards and Mentions

PC students, faculty and staff have been recognized for their work and achievements over the past few months. Here are a few recent recognitions. English Professor’s Essay/Memoir Published Dr. Terry Barr, professor of English, recently published two new stories including “Garbage Pails,” an essay/memoir. You can find it in Street Light Magazine. History Professor’s Research

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PC welcomes first class of PA students

Presbyterian College welcomed its inaugural class of physician assistant studies students during a ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 26 in Kuhne Auditorium. Each student was presented with a stethoscope during the event, marking the beginning of the master’s program for the 32 students. “You’re pioneers” “This is an exciting and momentous day for you,” PC President

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Registration for Homecoming 2019 Now Open

Homecoming 2019 is Friday, Oct. 18, and Saturday, Oct. 19. Registration for the two-day celebration of all things Blue Hose is open. “It will be great to welcome our alumni back to campus at such an exciting time for PC,” says Leni Patterson, executive director of alumni relations. “We have the most new students in

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Alumnus Shares Entrepreneurial Tips With Students

Sherman Burnett ’08 recently returned to campus to speak with business students about being an entrepreneur. The event was part of the Society for the Advancement of Management (SAM) Lecture Series. “I knew going into my first job after college that I wanted to own my own business,” Burnett said. “I knew even coming out

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Constitution Day Lecture brings Immigration Debate to Campus

by Zoe Montague ’20 The topic of immigration continues to be a national discussion. On Constitution Day on Tuesday, Sept. 17, an immigration policy lawyer and a Dreamer brought the discussion to Neville Hall. The Current State of Immigration “If we had [an immigration] problem, it was ten years ago,” Louise Pocock, an immigration policy

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Alumnus receives high-ranking military promotion

John Gentry ’91 was promoted to brigadier general in the Georgia National Guard during a ceremony at the Clay National Guard Center in Marietta, Ga., this month. Gentry is the 19th general officer commissioned through the PC ROTC program. “When I first learned that I was the 19th general officer commissioned through the Highlander,” Gentry

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