list of news articles

Finding Family in the “PC Bubble”

You’ve probably heard of the “PC Bubble.” Rising senior Brooke Tallman says the “PC Bubble” is where family is. “I like to think PC is a bubble in Clinton that allows students and faculty to create close relationships that feel like family,” she said. Students can create close relationships with classmates and professors because of

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“PC is more than a community; it’s a family.”

“The relationships that you build with friends, professors, coaches and the community are like no other,” Nebrina Harton said. “Wherever you go, you’re going to know someone’s name or even recognize a face. It is a friendly environment all around and it just makes you feel like you are home. PC is more than a

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“I immediately felt accepted”

Sydney De Jong’s PC story begins like many PC students’ and alumni’s stories. “I chose PC because I immediately felt accepted the minute I stepped foot on campus,” Sydney said. “I realized that this was the place I would call home for the next four years.” Now a rising senior, Sydney has found her place

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Students to receive coronavirus relief money

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted the financial well-being of many around the world, including college students. For Presbyterian College students impacted by the pandemic, help is on the way. Nearly 400 PC students are set to receive Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding provided by the federal government. The CARES Act grants

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Being student and teacher during the pandemic

Emily Mitchell ’20 initially came to PC as a math major but wanted to see if she would enjoy physics. She knew it involved plenty of math, and she remembered liking her physics class in high school. One intro class in at PC, and she loved it. She added it to the list of majors

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Giving Day features $100,000 participation challenge, other incentives

An anonymous donor has pledged to give $100,000 to PC if 800 gifts are made to the College on Friday, May 29. The 800-gift, or “One PC, One Family” Challenge, is an incentive for alumni, faculty and staff, students, friends, and parents of the College to participate on Giving Day, an annual 24-hour fundraising campaign.

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Recent grad drawn to health care amid pandemic

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, Lexy Clark ’20 was home in North Carolina when she received the news that she was accepted into medical school. She was excited that her time at PC led to her medical education, although she wished she could celebrate the final semester’s accomplishments with roommates, friends and professors. “I have

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Longtime music professor retires

Music professor Dr. Ron Davis retired at the end of the 2019-2020 academic year. Davis began teaching at PC in the fall of 2004 and served as chair of the music department. Davis conducted the PC Ringers, Cantare! (the PC men’s choir) and the PC Choir. As College organist, he provided music for convocations, Honors

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Presbyterian College plans to reopen campus this fall

On April 27, Presbyterian College President Bob Staton announced that the College intended to open on campus for the fall semester. PC Provost Dr. Don Raber reaffirmed PC’s plans for the fall in an email to PC students, faculty and staff on Friday, May 15. “PC remains committed to providing the best possible experience—consistent with

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