list of news articles

PC mourns loss of former trustee and alumni director, Butch Woodward ’60

PC mourns loss of former trustee and alumni director, Butch Woodward ’60 Presbyterian College lost one of its most faithful Blue Hose this month with the passing of former alumni director and member of the college board of trustees, James Earle “Butch” Woodward ’60 in Highlands Plateau, N.C. Woodward passed away suddenly on July 16

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Francis Schodowski named vice president for advancement

Presbyterian College president Dr. Matthew vandenBerg introduced Francis Schodowski this week as the college’s vice president for advancement. Schodowski is the current executive vice president at Columbia College in Columbia, S.C., where he also served as vice president for advancement from 2016-18. “I am thrilled to welcome Francis to our talented and innovative leadership team

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The Oasis Project

PC, Post and Courier team up to combat news ‘deserts’ throughout S.C. Much like the sands of the Sahara, the way people consume news and information has shifted and continues to shift in the ever-changing climate of the modern Information Age. Gone are the days when folks picked up their rolled-up daily newspapers in the

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PC hosts S.C. Youth Leadership Forum for youth with disabilities

  Dozens of youth with disabilities from across the state gathered this week at Presbyterian College to develop leadership and advocacy skills with the S.C. Youth Leadership Forum. Hosted by Able South Carolina (Able SC), the S.C. Youth Leadership Forum (SCYLF) is a four-day, three-night leadership intensive experience open to juniors, seniors, and those who recently completed high school

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PC mourns the loss of Rev. Dr. Jack Presseau

Professor emeritus of religion passes away June 25 at age 88 Presbyterian College’s long and storied history includes numerous people who embraced its Latin motto, Dum Vivimus Servimus – While We Live, We Serve. But few championed it as thoroughly – or empowered others to serve as generously – as the Rev. Dr. Jack Presseau.

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The Newest Blue Hose Arrive on Campus

More than 750 of the newest Blue Hose and their guests recently visited campus for New Student Orientation. The event was held on June 23, June 24, and July 1. “New Student Orientation was an invaluable experience for me as an incoming freshman,” said Celine Thompson, from Greer, S.C. “I was able to really feel

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