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PC junior Barrett Moody spearheads mural project for City of Clinton

Presbyterian College student Barrett Moody is leaving a permanent mark on the City of Clinton. Over the last several years, Moody turned her interest in public service and entrepreneurship into meetings with city officials and a real-life education in municipal government and economic development. As a result, she is spearheading a project to design and

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Kevin Nolan ‘00 delivers 2023 Truist Lecture on Free Enterprise

Presbyterian College alumnus Kevin Nolan ’00 shared some of the secrets of his success during the annual Truist Lecture on Free Enterprise this week. Nolan, a former Blue Hose football team member, is the founder and chief executive of several businesses, namely Nolan Transportation Group, a third-party logistics company, and Sope Creek Capital, an investment

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PC transfers ownership of Capitol Theatre to City of Laurens

Presbyterian College is transferring ownership of the historic Capitol Theatre to the City of Laurens and moving its esports program back to campus. PC announced the purchase of the Capitol Theatre in Oct. 2021 as a venue for esports and a restaurant, movie theater, and performing arts center for students and the community. However, logistical

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PC Physician Assistant program celebrates Class of 2023 during third commencement exercises

Presbyterian College’s Physician Assistant program held its third commencement ceremony Saturday in Belk Auditorium. Friends, family, and faculty witnessed 35 students graduate as they enter the profession and begin their medical careers. Program director Amanda Stevenson-Cali called the Class of 2023 a distinguished group of new professionals. Sixteen class members carried at least a 3.7

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PA program’s Class of 2024 celebrates milestone during annual white coat ceremony

The Presbyterian College Physician Assistant program marked a significant milestone for students at Saturday’s annual white coat ceremony. Thirty-three students received white coats after completing the didactic phase of the program. Program director Amanda Stevenson-Cali asked students to reflect on why they chose the physician assistant profession before attending clinical rotations this fall. “Think back

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Think Pink: English 1001 examines the power of Greta Gerwig’s ‘Barbie’

The global phenomenon is the inspiration for the introductory composition course, which will examine and seek to understand how the film is shaping today’s culture. by Sarah Murphy This summer, there’s been no denying the power of pink. Greta Gerwig’s fantasy-comedy “Barbie” (2023) has collected more than 612 million U.S. dollars at the North American

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Entrepreneur Kevin Nolan ’00 to deliver 2023 Truist Lecture at PC

Presbyterian College alumnus Kevin Nolan ’00 will deliver the 2023 Truist Lecture at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 25, in Neville Hall’s Kuhne Auditorium. Nolan is the founder of Sope Creek Capital, a Georgia-based firm that enables entrepreneurs to succeed by providing investment capital and strategic guidance. Sope Creek Capital is the latest in a series

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Constitution Day lecturer paints grim picture of U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn affirmative action

Last summer’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn affirmative action will set civil rights back generations, a law professor said Wednesday at a Constitution Day lecture at Presbyterian College. Kevin Brown, the Mitchell S. Willoughby Distinguished Professor at the University of South Carolina School of Law, did not mince words about the consequences

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PC group ventures to England for economics, marketing courses

An innovative partnership with a university in England allowed a group of Presbyterian College students to study abroad this summer. Economics and business administration professors Dr. Tobin Turner and Dr. Kurt Gleichauf led a group of 14 PC students to Edge Hill University in Ormskirk, a city in the English Midlands about 15-20 miles from

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