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Obituary for Calhoun Folk “Cally” Gault, PC Class of 1948

The following information has been shared on the Gray Funeral Home site related to the memorial service for Coach Cally Gault. We ask you to continue to keep Joy and the entire Gault family in your prayers. In the PC Spirit, Bob Staton ’68 President Obituary for Calhoun Folk “Cally” Gault, PC Class of 1948 Calhoun

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PC mourns the loss of Coach Cally Gault ’48

Dear PC Family, It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Calhoun Folk “Cally” Gault ‘48, longtime PC football coach and athletics director. Details regarding arrangements will be shared as they become available. We ask you to keep Joy and the entire Gault family in your prayers. In the PC Spirit, Bob

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SC women politicians tell their stories at PC

Inez Tenenbaum and S.C. Rep. Mandy Norrell talked about their experiences and careers in government during the annual Samuel C. Waters Lecture Series Thursday, April 11 at the Harper Center. During the event, “Making History through Her Story: South Carolina Women in Politics,” the women spoke about how their passion for people and government led

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Army Veteran Shares Wise Words from PC and Military Greats

Retired Brigadier General Rick Porter shared lessons he learned playing football at PC to serving more than 30 years in the military during the annual Vance Lecture on Business Ethics. The event took place in Edmunds Hall on Thursday, April 4. Wise Words from a Legendary Football Coach and Professor Porter shared famous quips from

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Students Model World Leaders During Model UN Conference

  High school students recently convened in Neville Hall for PC’s first-ever Model UN Conference. They may have come from schools as close to the PC campus as Clinton High School (3 miles away) and as far away as Green Hope (268 miles away), but they visited campus to tackle issues that face countries the

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Spring concerts abound at PC

This month, the Department of Music at Presbyterian College will present several spring concerts and recitals that will delight the campus and community. Music at the performances ranges from Disney classics to 1700s concertos. All are free and open to the public. The following is a list of upcoming concerts and recitals: The PC Ringers

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Oscar-winning screenwriter of “BlacKkKlansman” to speak on campus

Kevin Willmott, Oscar-winning screenwriter of the film “BlacKkKlansman,” will speak on Thursday, April 25 at 6:30 p.m. in Edmunds Hall. A reception in Edmunds Hall at 6 p.m. will precede Willmott’s talk. Willmott is a professor in the Film and Media Studies Department at the University of Kansas. He has written and directed numerous films including the cult

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Blue Hose Name PC Alum Ferrell Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Quinton Ferrell, who helped Presbyterian College to a NCAA Division II Tournament appearance in 2005 and two 20-win seasons in his four years as a student-athlete, returns to his alma mater as the 19th head coach in men’s basketball program history.  Presbyterian Athletic Director Danny Sterling made the announcement Thursday, April 11. “I’m truly honored

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South Carolina Women in Politics the Focus of Thursday Event

Two prominent women in politics will headline this year’s Samuel C. Waters Lecture Series in Political Science. The event will take place Thursday, April 11 at 7 p.m. Inez Tenenbaum and Rep. Mandy Norrell will participate in a panel entitled “Making History through Her Story: South Carolina Women in Politics.” Tenenbaum is the former chair of

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PC’s chaplain elected president of Presbyterian College Chaplains Association

The Rev. Rachel Parsons-Wells, PC’s director of Religious Life and Service, was recently elected president of the Presbyterian College Chaplains Association (PCCA). Fellow chaplains serving Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) affiliated schools or Presbyterian pastors, who are chaplains at other private colleges, elected Parsons-Wells to the post in February at the annual PCCA Conference. She will serve

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