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PC set to begin 139th academic year

Opening Convocation on Tuesday, Aug. 21 will officially begin PC’s 139th academic year. The ceremony will take place at 11 a.m. in Belk Auditorium. Dr. Donald R. Raber II, provost, is the featured speaker during this year’s convocation. Dr. Raber, also professor of political science, will deliver an address titled “Promises.” His address examines the

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Welcome home, Blue Hose

When PC students move in this month, they can expect fun, informative events and a big welcome from the PC and local business community. New student move-in will take place Saturday, Aug. 18. Local businesses have sponsored a move-in T-shirt, and students will find a business guide in their rooms. “We are so excited to

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PC Tennis Standout lands coaching job

Alejandro Bejar was announced as a graduate assistant for the Lee University Tennis teams by head coach Patric Hynes. “I am thrilled to have Alejandro with us,” said Hynes. “He had a brilliant career at Presbyterian College playing for a couple of the best young coaches going around. As a player, he was part of

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Football Team Scores a New Scoreboard

Blue Hose football fans will see more than the beginning of a new era in PC sports when they come to the first home game on September 15. They’ll also see a brand-new scoreboard behind the end zone near the field house. “Whether you’re five or you’re 75, the new scoreboard is going to enhance

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PC Fundraising Exceeds Year’s Goals

PC alumni, family and friends contributed more than $6.4 million to the College last fiscal year, which ended June 30. “We are grateful to those who helped the College carry out our mission,” said Jacki Berkshire, PC’s vice president of advancement. “You graciously supported current and future PC students, and we cannot thank you enough.”

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A Life of Service

When they were students, Buddy Protinsky ‘67 asked Bob Warren ‘67 a question that would impact Warren’s entire law career. “Bud Protinsky asked me how I could call myself Christian when two-thirds of Allendale County is Black and poor and don’t go to my church,” Warren said. “That question got me thinking in a different

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PC students present summer research at symposium

More than 20 PC students who have spent the summer researching on campus presented their work during the Presbyterian College Summer Research Symposium Wednesday, July 25. The students from the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Pharmacy have researched topics across disciplines with one-on-one mentoring from PC faculty. Wednesday’s event included morning

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Students are Open for Business Opportunities

Beginning Saturday, July 21, approximately 120 high school students will spend a week at Presbyterian College during the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce’s 35th Annual Business Week. The annual event gives students exposure to the business industry and workforce. “Before attending Business Week, many students have misconceptions about businesses, including how much profit the average

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