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PC Athletics Updates Attendance Policy

Presbyterian College and Athletic Director Rob Acunto announced Friday the spring 2021 policies for spectator attendance at home athletic events. To maximize the health and well-being of PC student-athletes, coaches, officials, and event staff, these guidelines go into effect immediately and continue until further notice. For indoor sports, only participants and gameday personnel will be permitted

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Students balance fun, responsibility during pandemic

How do college students get involved on campus when getting involved could pose a health risk? “By being diligent about following guidelines and remembering they can still have a rich college experience,” said Daniel Adams, director of Student Involvement at PC. Adams and the Student Involvement staff knew the Fall 2020 semester would be like

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Students Named to President’s List for the Fall 2020 Semester

The President’s List consists of students who earned a 4.0-grade point average for a semester. We are proud to recognize these students for making the President’s List during the Fall 2020 semester: Ms. Payton Elizabeth Alexander, a sophomore from Fountain, S.C. Ms. Kaitlin Genevieve Atkinson, a sophomore from Lexington, S.C. Ms. Kinsey Evann Bailey, a

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Students Named to Dean’s List for the Fall 2020 Semester

The Dean’s List consists 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 Fall 2020 semester: Ms. Eliza McKenzie Ackerman, a junior from Sumter, S.C. Ms. Alexandria Nicole Addy, a junior from Saluda, S.C. Ms.

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Student Group Continues to Grow Amid Pandemic

Marley Bickley ’22 Staying socially distanced, adding face masks as part of the daily uniform, and carrying hand sanitizer everywhere they go has become the new normal for Presbyterian College students. Despite these health and safety precautions, student organizations have gone the extra mile to ensure that their members feel included and active during these

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Alumna helps families displaced by fires

It was early Sunday morning on December 20 when Nickie Templeton ’04 heard about the fire at Landau Apartments in Clinton that claimed the life of a four-year-old girl and left eight families without a home. “I panicked because my cousins live in that apartment complex,” Templeton said. “I could not reach them on the

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Lights to be installed at the baseball field

Let there be light! Lights will be installed at the PC baseball field in late May. The first-ever lights will be in place when the Blue Hose baseball team resumes play once they return for their fall ball practice in August 2021. “We are extremely appreciative of the alumni and friends of PC, including the

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New Board Members Elected

Three Presbyterian College alumni have been elected to serve on the PC Board of Trustees. Their service to the College will begin on Jan. 1, 2021. “These three new members of our board bring a love for PC and a wealth of experience to help guide the College forward,” said E. G. Lassiter ’69, chairman

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