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Presbyterian College Hosts Sixth Annual Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute

Square Pegs/Round Holes – Why We Need to Pay Attention to Learning Differences Workshop with Dr. Debbie Silver This event was canceled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The Education Department invites preservice and inservice educators to attend the Sixth Annual Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute on Saturday, April 18, 2020 at Presbyterian College. In

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Message to the Presbyterian College Community Regarding the Coronavirus

The following message regarding the coronavirus was delivered to students, parents, faculty, and staff on Feb. 28: Dear Students, Parents, Faculty, and Staff, Over the last few weeks, you have likely heard about the coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China. We are writing to you today to update you on news related to the virus

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Cultural events, lectures highlight black history celebration

Students gathered in Laurens Hall this week to learn more about Bayard Rustin, a key adviser to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and a figure who has been coined a “forgotten hero” in history. Earlier in the month, they wandered the first floor of the building, examining provoking artwork about black hair from Donny Durham,

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PC student researchers recognized at annual SC INBRE Symposium

Presbyterian College faculty and students recently joined members of the SC INBRE network and its outreach institutions to present their research at the 11th SC INBRE Science Symposium. The PC group, which included more than a dozen participants, attended the symposium held at the University of South Carolina in January. Students Ricardo Hernandez and Kobie

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Pianist Kaju Lee to perform at PC

Pianist Kaju Lee will perform a piano recital on Friday, Feb. 28, at 7:30 p.m. in Edmunds Hall. The recital is presented by the Department of Music at PC and is part of the PC Piano Clinic which is held Feb. 28-29. Her program includes works by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin and Louie. The recital is

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Three Independent Films Slated for the Spring

Denise Devaney ’20 The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers continues with three more films this spring. “These films are being recognized nationally and even internationally,” said English professor Dr. Terry Barr, who coordinates the Southern Circuit Film Series for PC. “We often get to see them before anyone else, except at larger film festivals,

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Fiscal and Economic Expert Talks about the National Debt

Denise Devaney ’20 Fiscal and economic expert Romina Boccia considered three big questions during her lecture, “The National Debt and Your Financial Future,” in Edmunds Hall on Feb. 5. Boccia asked, “Does the nation’s fiscal situation look good or bad? What does it mean for you? What are you going to do about it?” Boccia’s

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Students learn ‘Wicked’ skills in this Intro to Lit class

Glinda the Good Witch of the North appears, and the munchkins soon learn a wicked witch’s fate, prompting a celebration in the Land of Oz. It’s imagery most familiar with “The Wizard of Oz” can quickly recall. But what really happens before a wide-eyed Dorothy lands in the magical place from Kansas? In “Wicked,” the

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Annual BB&T Lecture to Focus on the National Debt

At $22 trillion, the U.S. national debt exceeds the size of the entire economy. That $67,000 per person share of the national debt is larger than a typical family’s total annual income. But what does this really mean for the country? And what does it mean for you personally? In this year’s BB&T Lecture, leading

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