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PC’s commitment to first-generation students earns national First Scholars designation

Presbyterian College has advanced this spring to the First Scholars phase of the First Scholars Network – a prestigious national recognition of the college’s commitment to serve first-generation college students. The Center for First-generation Student Success, an initiative of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and the Suder Foundation, announced this spring that PC

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PC breaks ground on Reynolds Hall renovation for JEDI division

Presbyterian College broke ground on a renovation project that will transform its former infirmary into the headquarters for its Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion division.  Last used as a residence hall, Reynolds Hall will soon house the entire division, including offices, and program space for counseling services, the Jacobs Scholars Program for students impacted by

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Presbyterian College launches Center for South Korean and East Asian Studies

Presbyterian College celebrated a vibrant new global initiative Thursday by launching its Center for South Korean and East Asian Studies. Before an enthusiastic crowd of community members, faculty, staff, and college trustees, PC welcomed its new partners from South Korea to embark on an innovative language and cultural exchange program for students and professors on

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Students Become Teachers During Teacher Induction Ceremony

Fifteen graduating education majors officially entered the teaching profession during the annual Teacher Induction Ceremony in Kuhne Auditorium on Friday, May 12. Cinda Ginn, the Thornwell Charter School Teacher of the Year, delivered this year’s address to the soon-to-be-graduates and teachers.  Classroom Heroes Ginn, who began teaching special education in 1999, relayed some of her

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PC student attends corporate diversity and inclusion forum in New York City

Presbyterian College sophomore Aurelia Santoyo’s trip to the Big Apple this semester was a learning experience. A learning experience for her. And maybe even a learning experience for a corporate giant. Santoyo was invited to a major diversity and inclusion forum hosted by Bank of America’s Enterprise Diversity Talent Acquisition Team at the InterContinental New

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PC program earns two ‘Best Delegate’ wins for Ainslie Lane at the Southern Regional Model United Nations conference this spring

by Sarah Murphy How do we stabilize developing economies amid global political unrest? In what ways can we improve the systems in place to assist the families of missing migrants? What needs to be done in order to ensure an equal gender perspective in economic and social policies for sustainable development? Student delegates found themselves

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