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Presbyterian College hosts 2017 Honors Day Symposium and Convocation

Presbyterian College hosted its 2017 Honors Day Symposium on Thursday, April 20. The symposium and the following Honors Convocation are designed to serve as a culmination of a year of academic achievement during which students present honors research, and the College presents awards honoring students who have excelled in all areas of college life. “I

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Dr. Erin McAdams recipient of the 2017 SCICU Excellence in Teaching Award

Each year, South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities recognizes and celebrates faculty members with its Excellence in Teaching Awards. A faculty member from each of SCICU’s twenty member institutions is nominated for the award according to rigorous guidelines. The award recipients are honored at a special dinner in April and are each awarded a $3,000 professional

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Presbyterian College to host guest speaker Dr. Ruth Douglas Currie

On Wednesday, April 19, at 5 p.m. in the Chapman Conference Center, Dr. Ruth Douglas Currie will be on campus to give a talk on her new book, “Kwajalein Atoll, the Marshall Islands and American Policy in the Pacific.” The book talk and signing are to benefit the President Emeritus, Dr. Kenneth B. Orr Memorial

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Interim head coach for men’s basketball named at Presbyterian College

Presbyterian College president Robert E. Staton has appointed John Reynolds to serve as the interim head coach for men’s basketball. Reynolds replaces former head coach Gregg Nibert, who stepped down after 28 seasons with the Blue Hose. With Reynolds overseeing the men’s program, PC will launch a search for a permanent coach. Reynolds recently completed

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Men’s basketball head coach at Presbyterian College resigns

Gregg Nibert, head basketball coach for the men’s team at Presbyterian College, has resigned. Nibert led the Blue Hose for 28 seasons and accumulated more than 400 victories. “We thank Gregg for all he has done for PC and our men’s basketball team over many years. Not only has he had an impact on the lives of hundreds

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Presbyterian College to host “Speed Sisters” film screening

The Southern Film Circuit at Presbyterian College will present the film, “Speed Sisters,” at 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 13, 2017 in the Harrington-Peachtree Amphitheater. The screening is free and open to the public. Amber Fares is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and photographer. Fares’ feature film, Speed Sisters, was premiered at the Hot Docs of

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