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Students Named to President’s List for the Spring 2021 Semester

The President’s List at Presbyterian College is composed of students who earned a 4.0 grade point average for a semester. PC is proud to recognize these students for making the President’s List during the Spring 2021 semester: Ms. Shelby Lynn Allan, of Ladson, S.C. Ms. Lauren Elisabeth Andrews, of Camden, S.C. Ms. Kaitlin Genevieve Atkinson,

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Students Named To Dean’s List For The Spring 2021 Semester

The Dean’s List is composed of students who earned between a 3.3 and a 3.9-grade point average for a semester. We are proud to recognize these students for making the Dean’s List during the Spring 2021 semester: Ms. Eliza McKenzie Ackerman, of Sumter, S.C. Ms. Alexandria Nicole Addy, of Saluda, S.C. Ms. Makenna Lynn Adkins,

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“Be the Uniters and Healers,” PC Speaker Urges Graduates

The 138th Commencement of Presbyterian College heard a reflection of “the dark days of the past year” and a hopeful, uplifting urging for graduates to be “the uniters and healers” in today’s world. Graduates received their degrees on May 15 from the College of Arts and Sciences under the stately oaks of the West Plaza.

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Annual ROTC Ceremony Salutes Military Service

Three PC students were among the officers commissioned into the U.S. Army during the annual Army ROTC Commissioning and Hall of Fame ceremony on Friday, May 14 in Edmunds Hall. In addition, two alumni were inducted into PC’s ROTC Hall of Fame during the event. Officers Commissioned into the U.S. Army Three PC students and

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Graduates “share the world’s burden” during time of inspiration

A minister from Savannah came home to give moral guidance and inspiration on May 14 to the graduates of Presbyterian College. The class of 2021 was encouraged to be “glad to share a part of the world’s burden in our time” during its investiture. The Reverend Dr. Delpherd L. “Del” Barksdale was the Baccalaureate Service

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Education majors inducted into the teaching profession

Ten education majors officially became teachers during the Teacher Induction Ceremony in Edmunds Hall on Friday, May 14. The graduating seniors took the Oath for Graduating Educators and received their initiation cords during the event. Ryan Caughman, a Clinton High School teacher and the 2021 Laurens District 56 Teacher of the Year, served as the

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Being involved with music

Being involved at PC is an important part of a student’s livelihood and overall education at Presbyterian College. As Junior Jared Smiling lists all of the various organizations he has a part in, he denotes the importance of music and the role it has played in his overall experience at PC. What year are you

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Kerry Pannell named new provost at Presbyterian College

Presbyterian College announced this week that Dr. Kerry Pannell will join the College’s administration as its new provost and vice president for academic affairs. “We are thrilled and fortunate to welcome Dr. Pannell to campus as PC’s chief academic officer,” said PC president Dr. Matthew vandenBerg. “Dr. Pannell prevailed in a nationwide search that attracted

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