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Employers Work on Internship Program Best Practices During Workshop

Fourteen businesses from Columbia, Greenville, and Laurens visited Presbyterian College to learn how to effectively implement an internship program. The Total Internship Management workshop took place on Friday, Aug. 9 in Jacobs Hall. “The workshop covered all aspects of creating, maintaining, and improving an internship program and is applicable for public and private sector organizations,”

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Abstract Art Exhibit Showcases Everyday Life

A reception for “The Many Faces of Abstract,” a solo show featuring South Carolina contemporary artist Debbie Bzdyl, will take place on Monday, Aug. 26 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. The Bailey Art Gallery Exhibition and Reception event will be held in the Mary Bailey Vance Suitt Rotunda in Neville Hall. The reception and the

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Cody triplets to graduate together for a second time

Adrianna, Briana, and Christen Cody of Enoree have had a unique academic experience, in that it was entirely shared from kindergarten to college. The sisters, age 21, are triplets and are entering their final shared semester at Presbyterian College in Clinton this fall. Read the full story on »

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Presbyterian College celebrates completion of new student housing

Presbyterian College hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 7, to celebrate the completion of new student housing on PC’s campus. The board of trustees, administrators, faculty and staff, financial partners, those who worked directly with the construction, as well as alumni and community guests, gathered at the fountain near Neville and Richardson halls for

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Students present their findings at summer research symposium

PC students recently shared their weeks of research on the PC campus during the annual Summer Research Symposium. On Wednesday, July 24, more than 30 students from the College of Arts & Sciences and School of Pharmacy presented their work, which included research topics from the sciences, humanities and social sciences. “It was a great

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Celebrating the bagpipes

The traditional way to start a pipe band is not, “one, two, ready, play,” says Gary Hipp, pipe major for PC Pipes and Drums. It’s by the right — quick march. When the bagpipes are cued, it’s a signal that an important occasion or honoring is about to begin. The Highland Bagpipes, which have military

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PC senior reflects on spring semester in Washington

Shannon Kimbrough started her morning commutes on the DC metro reading from the POLITICO Playbook, a popular newsletter about politics.  Two days during the week, Kimbrough traveled to her Politics & Policy, Political Institutions and DC Communications classes at American University. Her communications class, an elective, required her to read the Playbook each day. The

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