list of news articles

PC’s esports program moving into Capitol Theatre on March 2

Presbyterian College’s esports program is moving, as planned, into the historic Capitol Theatre on the Public Square in Laurens this spring. PC has invited the public to a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 2, at the theater’s location on 104 East Main Street in Laurens. As renovations continue at the college-owned venue to

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Dr. Giuseppe Gumina named new dean of Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy

Presbyterian College announced Friday that Dr. Giuseppe Gumina has been named the new dean of the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy. Gumina, currently a professor of pharmaceutical sciences and chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical and Administrative Sciences at PCSP, prevailed in a highly competitive national search, said PC president Dr. Matthew vandenBerg. “Dr. Gumina’s

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PC’s downtown Clinton restaurant and social hub opens March 6

An exciting new social hub for Presbyterian College students and Clinton residents will open in early March. 112 Musgrove – known simply as “112” – will serve the public as a restaurant and pub and provide students an engaging place to have fun, relax, study, or meet. The facility will open for business at 11

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Ingram Lecture speaker shares stories of South Carolina’s black history

Presbyterian College remembered the forgotten heroes of South Carolina’s black history Monday during the annual Dr. Booker T. Ingram Jr. Convocation and Lecture. CBS political contributor, political consultant, and native South Carolinian Antjuan Seawright said black history is a collection of stories passed down from generation to generation. Throughout his life, Seawright said many of

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PC welcomes brightest high school students for biggest scholarship interviews

Presbyterian College invited some of the area’s brightest high school students to campus Saturday for the college’s two most prestigious scholarships. Students made their final pitches in the Service Entrepreneurship Competition, America’s largest service entrepreneurship case competition for high school seniors. PC also interviewed students for the Griffith Scholarship, PC’s most prized academic scholarship. Alumnus

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PC partners with Lake Institute on Faith and Giving to offer course on religious fundraising

        Religious leaders in faith-based organizations and institutions throughout the southeast have an opportunity to discover more about the joys of generosity. Presbyterian College is teaming up with the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy’s Lake Institute on Faith and Giving to offer the Executive Certificate in Religious Fundraising beginning this

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Presbyterian College celebrates Black History Month with series of events

Presbyterian College’s celebration of Black History Month is underway with an exciting series of events. Uniting behind the national theme, “Black Resistance,” the campus community is invited first to “Building PCommUNITY,” a community-building exercise led by Bryant Kirk White, the executive director of A.Bevy, a non-profit organization that promotes self-awareness through introspection. The event will

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CBS contributor and political consultant Antjuan Seawright to deliver 2023 Booker T. Ingram Convocation address

Frequent media guest and political consultant Antjuan Seawright will deliver this year’s Booker T. Ingram Convocation address at Presbyterian College. Seawright, a CBS political contributor and the chief executive officer of BluePrint Strategy, LLC, will speak at 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 20, in Edmunds Hall as part of the college’s celebration of Black History Month.

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PC to charter new honor society for first-generation students

Presbyterian College will charter a new national honor society for first-generation students this spring. The chartering ceremony and the inaugural induction for new members of the new Eta Delta Chapter of Tri-Alpha will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 26. Dr. Joleesa Johnson, director of the Presby First+ program, hailed the new chapter as

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