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Alumna lives the College motto as an occupational therapist

Crissy Ellis Waters ’98 chose to major in biology because she loves science and because biology professor Dr. Jim Wetzel was one of her favorite professors at PC. “He made biology interesting and fun,” Waters said. But when she graduated, Waters wasn’t sure what she wanted to do with her degree. She spoke to a

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PC to celebrate Black History Month with a Virtual Convocation

PC will celebrate Black History Month with a virtual program featuring Dr. Kendra Hamilton, associate professor of English, as the keynote speaker. The virtual convocation will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb.18. The convocation’s theme is Domestic Terror: A Meditation. Hamilton, also the director of the southern studies minor program, joined the PC

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Art Exhibition Now Available Online

“The Idiosyncratic Pencil Redrafted,” a group invitational exhibition, can now be viewed online at Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery. The exhibition will be open until March 6. “The Idiosyncratic Pencil Redrafted is an experimental, cross-platform group exhibition consisting of original works transmitted digitally and presented as archival black and white prints,” said Ann Stoddard, gallery director

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Alumnus serves underserved population as a dentist

Dr. Floyd Michael Nicholson ’14 was working as a dentist in private practice when he noticed something was missing in his career. “I felt like my position in private practice wasn’t reaching the communities that needed me the most,” he said. So he left his position in Anderson, S.C., to work as a general dentist

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Women’s Lacrosse Receives Gift for Meeting Room

The Blue Hose women’s lacrosse team has had to use several different spaces on campus for team meetings, film sessions and team-building activities. This is about to change thanks to generous donors. The P.E. classroom in Templeton Center, the space in the Marby-Smith-Yonce Center, and the home locker room in the Yonce Field House are

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PC Students Volunteer in the Local Community on the MLK Day of Service

PC students continued the tradition of volunteering in locations across Laurens County during the Martin Luther King Day of Service. The volunteer effort to honor the legacy of Dr. King took place on Saturday, Jan. 30. “PC’s culture is service,” said Hallie Keisler, a junior from Batesburg-Leesville, S.C. “Our college has been based on the

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PC Celebrates Black History Month

Presbyterian College will celebrate Black History Month with several events scheduled throughout the month of February. Why Black History Month? A forum to discuss the importance and significance of Black History Month will take place on Monday, Feb. 1 at 8 p.m. The PC Bluefish-sponsored event will be held in Neville 122. Fishbowl is a

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