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Presbyterian College Football vs. The Citadel Moved to Clinton

The Presbyterian College football team’s matchup with The Citadel, originally scheduled for Saturday in Charleston, S.C., has been moved to Clinton, S.C. due to the impending threat of Hurricane Irma. Kickoff is now slated for noon at Bailey Memorial Stadium in Clinton, S.C. The relocation of the game gives PC eight home games for 2017

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Summer Fellow, Ellen D’Amico studies granular flow

Presbyterian College student Ellen D’Amico, a junior dual degree physics and engineering major from Bluffton, S.C., spent the summer performing experiments to study the effects of grain shape on confined granular flows. “Granular materials are collections of macroscopic particles, such as corn, rice, and peas,” D’Amico said. “Grain silos store granular particles and are subjected

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Presbyterian College to host guest lecture on ethical leadership

Presbyterian College will host a guest lecture by Dr. Walter E. Fluker, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Ethical Leadership at the Boston University School of Theology. The lecture, “Ethical Leadership: The Quest for Character, Civility, and Community,” will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 21, in the Harper Center. A dessert reception will follow

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Presbyterian College Enhances Campus Dining Experience

As students at Presbyterian College return to campus, they will notice many new enhancements to the dining program. Presbyterian College/Aramark Dining is excited to introduce the newly renovated Greenville Dining Hall. “We are pleased to offer students more variety, convenience, and value,” said David Ledbetter, with Aramark/Presbyterian College “All of the enhancements we made to

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Presbyterian College campus police recognized at National Association of Campus Safety Administrators annual convention

At the annual convention of the National Association of Campus Safety Administrators, Larry Mulhall, director of safety and risk management and campus police, and Captain Jon Baker, campus police officer were recognized. Mulhall received the NASCA Medal of Excellence in Campus Law Enforcement. This award recognizes a campus law enforcement leader based on his or her leadership, experience,

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Presbyterian College included in Fiske Guide to Colleges 2018

Presbyterian College has been featured in “Fiske Guide to Colleges 2018.” Compiled by former “New York Times” education editor Edward B. Fiske, among the top independent voices in college admissions, “Fiske Guide to Colleges 2018 is a selective, subjective, and systematic look at three-hundred-plus colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, and the UK.”

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Presbyterian College students Andrew Rhodes and Anna Crosby research high-functioning, low-cost 3D printed prosthetics

Presbyterian College students Andrew Rhodes, a junior physics major, from Lugoff, S.C., and Anna Crosby a junior physics major, from Camden, S.C., are spending the summer researching high-functioning, low-cost 3D printed prosthetics. “The loss of a limb can be a traumatic experience for a person,” they said. “Prosthetics restore functionality and confidence to the user.

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