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PC alumna chosen as next moderator of the Church of Scotland

by the Rev. Dr. Buz Wilcoxon The Rev. Sally Foster-Fulton, a 1987 graduate of Presbyterian College, has been selected as the next moderator of the General Assembly for the Church of Scotland. In addition to chairing the annual General Assembly (the national body which oversees business for the denomination), the moderator also spends the year

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Presbyterian College hosts Area 5 Special Olympics at Bailey Memorial Stadium

Presbyterian College continued its tradition of student service as the host of the Area 5 Special Olympics held last Friday in Bailey Memorial Stadium. PC has played host to the Area 5 Special Olympics for decades through the hard work of generations of Student Volunteer Services participants. The Rev. Dr. Buz Wilcoxon ’05 fondly remembers

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Dr. Ben Bailey is Presbyterian College’s 2023 Professor of the Year

Assistant professor of political science Dr. Ben Bailey was named Presbyterian College’s 2023 Professor of the Year at the college’s annual Honors Day convocation on Thursday. Bailey, who also accepted an Excellence in Teaching Award from the S.C. Independent Colleges and Universities on Tuesday, now holds the traditional honor of addressing the Class of 2023

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Presbyterian College celebrates Honors Day 2023

Presbyterian College’s annual Honors Day celebration put the spotlight on the college’s brightest academicians Thursday. In addition to the Honors Day Symposium featuring student research, PC also announced award winners during its annual Honors Day convocation. Assistant professor of political science Dr. Ben Bailey was formally named PC Professor of the Year, while Kennedy Bailey

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PC seniors present psychology research on narcissistic individuals to international community in Belgium

by Sarah Murphy Senior psychology and English majors Sarah Smathers and Sophie Sullinger traveled to Brussels, Belgium to present their honors research, “Investigating the Narcissistic Subtypes’ Parasocial Relationships with Fictional TV Characters,” at the 2023 International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) from March 9-11, 2023. The biennial convention connects an international network of scientists and

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PC senior completes capstone research on municipal tree ordinances

By Kathryn Dover Presbyterian College senior Anna West’s research addresses a simple question – but her work reveals an exciting new future. West is completing her political science capstone to answer her research question: why do some municipalities have tree ordinances? “The reason that I wanted to look into this is I am an advocate

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Senior completes internship with PC alumna at Columbia law firm

When a current Presbyterian College student wants to explore a particular career path, who can they turn to? A former Presbyterian College student. Sarah Loftis, a senior political science major from Lyman, just completed an internship with Burnette Shutt and McDaniel in Columbia under the guidance of PC alumna and associate Grant LeFever ‘13. As

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2023 Senior Art Exhibition features talented trio of college artists

By Kathryn Dover Presbyterian College’s Senior Art Exhibition at Harper Gallery features the works of seniors Taylor Cunningham, Cydni Miller, and Matthew Duncan. The exhibition is open to the public from noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday through April 22. Inspired by black portraiture artists such as Kehinde Wiley, Cunningham’s exhibition section reflects her

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BlueStocking editor Mitchell Mercer named ‘Journalist of the Year’ by S.C. Press Association Collegiate Division; staff nets nine awards overall

Presbyterian College’s student newspaper, The BlueStocking, made its mark on this year’s S.C. Press Association Collegiate Division awards, including a massive win for editor-in-chief Mitchell Mercer as Journalist of the Year. The BlueStocking earned nine awards at the March 31 ceremony in Hendrix Student Center at Clemson University. While Clemson’s The Tiger and the University

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