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Cook Political Report publisher discusses political landscape during seventh annual Waters Lecture at PC

One of the country’s leading political analysts discussed the remarkable trends in national politics during a lecture at Presbyterian College Tuesday. Amy Walter, the publisher and editor-in-chief of the Cook Political Report, was this year’s guest speaker for the Samuel Calvin Waters ‘66 Lecture in Political Science, co-sponsored by the college’s political science department and

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Future Blue Hose Experience Campus During Accepted Student Day

Students who have been accepted into the PC Class of 2027 and their families visited campus for Accepted Student Day on Saturday, March 25. The annual event offers students an opportunity to experience campus and learn more about being Blue Hose. Maddison Hogue, an incoming freshman from Clover, S.C., was among the students to visit

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PC charters new honor society for first-generation students; inducts inaugural Tri-Alpha members

Presbyterian College’s Eta Delta Chapter of Alpha Alpha Alpha inducted its first 37 members Sunday at the chartering service for the new honor society for first-generation college students. Founded in 2018 at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Penn., Tri-Alpha honors high-achieving first-generation college students. PC’s Eta Delta Chapter is the fifth in South Carolina and one

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PC mourns the loss of professor emeritus Dr. Jim Stidham

Presbyterian College is mourning the loss of one of its most memorable professors this week after learning of the passing of Dr. Jim Stidham. A professor emeritus of biology, Stidham served at PC for 45 years. He was 87. Stidham joined the PC faculty in 1967 after earning his Ph.D. in biology from the University

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PC cuts ribbon at 112 in downtown Clinton

Presbyterian College’s mission to transform a piece of real estate in downtown Clinton into a social hub uniting the campus and local communities was accomplished Tuesday at the official ribbon-cutting for 112. A large crowd of PC students, faculty, and staff gathered to celebrate Clinton’s new restaurant and tour the space where students will hold

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PC to celebrate dedications of new baseball and softball facilities

Presbyterian College is dedicating its newest athletic facilities on March 25 as part of its $8 million Championship Spirit Initiative. The new Blue Hose softball team facilities – a new fieldhouse with coaches’ offices, a locker room, lights, a concession area, public restrooms, new seating, and a press box – will be dedicated at 11:45

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PC students embrace networking at ’23 Mocktails and Mingling event

At Presbyterian College, what you know – and who you know – are both important. At the college’s seventh annual “Mocktails and Mingling” this spring, students met nearly two dozen local business professionals, most of whom were PC alumni. The event, hosted by the Office of Career and Professional Development, allows students to meet new

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Margot Brooks named director of 112, Capitol Theatre operations

Presbyterian College announced this week that Margot Brooks will lead two of the college’s major off-campus initiatives. Brooks was named director of 112, the new restaurant and social hub on Musgrove Street in Clinton, and the historic Capitol Theatre, which includes PC’s esports arena, restaurant, movie theater, and performing arts center in Laurens. Brooks will

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