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Local mayors highlight partnerships with PC during latest ‘Chat with Matt’

Presbyterian College president Dr. Matthew vandenBerg invited two local mayors to discuss their roles in the community Monday during his latest “Chat with Matt” session. Clinton mayor Bob McLean ’76 and Laurens mayor Nathan Senn shared their respective experiences as elected officials and their hopes for both cities’ futures. McLean has a deep relationship with

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PC rolls out the welcome mat during Accepted Student Day

A spectacular spring day at Presbyterian College was a perfect backdrop for last Saturday’s annual Accepted Student Day. Hundreds of guests, including accepted students and their families, were on campus for the big event, which featured live music, breakout informational sessions, an academic and student organization fair, campus tours, food trucks, enthusiastic company – and

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PC junior Kennedy Wright named a finalist for prestigious Truman Scholarship

Presbyterian College junior Kennedy Wright has been named a finalist for a 2022 Truman Scholarship, one of the country’s most prestigious national fellowships. Wright is one of only 189 finalists nationwide and one of only two in South Carolina who are vying for the coveted scholarships. Truman Scholarships are awarded annually to college students to

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‘Mocktails and Mingling’ matches PC students with potential employers

Presbyterian College’s sixth annual “Mocktails and Mingling” event matched 30 students with more than two dozen professionals Tuesday to network with others and hone their interviewing skills. Associate dean of students and director of career and professional development Kim Lane said “Mocktails and Mingling” aims to boost students’ confidence and create new contacts in jobs

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PC kicks off Women’s History Month with panel discussion on women’s reproductive rights

Presbyterian College’s celebration of Women’s History Month began Monday with a panel discussion on a central issue for women – reproductive rights. Panelists addressed the political, historical, economic, and rhetorical attitudes towards women’s reproduction, particularly abortion. Political science professor Dr. Erin McAdams began with the news that Roe v. Wade, the landmark U.S. Supreme Court

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PC professors address Russian invasion of Ukraine during panel discussion

Less than a week from the outset of Russia’s invasion of neighboring Ukraine, Presbyterian College students, faculty, and staff packed an auditorium on campus to hear a panel of professors discuss the ongoing war’s global implications. History professor Dr. Stefan Wiecki, a former NATO peacekeeper and a scholar on modern Europe, said it was shocking

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