list of news articles

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 9:30

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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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PC students engage in service project at Piedmont Presbyterian Church

Presbyterian College students gathered at Piedmont Presbyterian Church in Mountville on Feb. 25 for a service project that was as profoundly meaningful to participants as it was helpful to the congregation. Nearly two dozen students went to the small, rural church to clear brush and debris on the church property, including an overgrown area where

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PC welcomes students to first annual Jacobs Scholars Day

Presbyterian College welcomed students impacted by foster care to campus during the first annual Jacobs Scholars Day on Feb. 20. Two dozen prospective students, 17 legal guardians, and four social workers came to PC for an in-depth experience with the newly-implemented program. The Jacobs Scholars Program is named for PC and Thornwell Orphanage founder Rev.

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