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PC students hold Unity March

Approximately 240 Presbyterian College students, faculty, and staff marched across campus Thursday in solidarity with women and people of color. Multicultural Student Union organizers said they organized the Unity March to be a peaceful show of support for everyone affected by the incident on Feb. 11. MSU secretary-treasurer Suubi Mutebi called the event an exercise

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A message from President vandenBerg and Dr. Erin McAdams

Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff, The independent investigation into the events of February 11 is proceeding steadily. PC’s use of an impartial, external professional is enabling this process to be as quick, efficient, and accurate as possible. The college remains committed to severe consequences for individuals found responsible. We are encouraged by the myriad expressions

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Black alumni panel shares advice on navigating careers after PC

A quartet of young black Presbyterian College alumni weighed in on their professional challenges and triumphs during a panel discussion on Feb. 17. PC graduates Avril Fennell ’12, Bryan McDaniel ’11, Dr. Kristen Peagler ’17, and Deon Speaks ’14 took part in this spring’s Black History Month Alumni Career Panel co-sponsored by the college offices

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Music fans invited ‘Behind the Scenes’ at PC

Presbyterian College’s Music Department invites fans “Behind the Scenes” in a new guest series that explores the making of music. This spring, the series kicks off with composer Ben Robichaux at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 24, in Edmunds Hall. PC’s director of bands Dr. Giovani Briguente will host the talk with Robichaux, whose music has

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A Message from President Matthew vandenBerg

Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff, Yesterday, Dr. Kerry Pannell (Provost) and Dr. Will Harris (Chair, Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council) released a statement on behalf of the college about the events leading up to the women’s lacrosse game on Friday, Feb. 11. I wanted to share my own thoughts and provide a progress update on

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Investigation into incident before women’s lacrosse game

Dear PC community, As you may be aware, there was an incident about an hour before the women’s lacrosse game Friday vs. Howard University where a group of our students outside of the stadium were yelling inappropriate and hateful comments, including racist remarks, toward the visiting players and coaches. First, let us be clear: No

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PC announces $8 million initiative to improve athletic facilities

Presbyterian College launched the public phase of an $8 million philanthropic initiative to improve athletic facilities during a Lettermen’s Day event on campus Jan. 29. The Championship Spirit: Building on a Proud Legacy campaign is one of the most significant fundraising initiatives for facilities in the college’s history. The college’s goal is to have the

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