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Celebrating Black History Month

Presbyterian College’s Multicultural Programs announces a slate of talks, events, and worship services to celebrate Black History Month. Multicultural Programs has partnered with Student Involvement, Multicultural Student Union, Religious Life Organizations, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Dining Services and various academic departments and local organizations to host these events across campus and in the community. All

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PC Chamber Orchestra to Perform Vivaldi

The Presbyterian College Chamber Orchestra will present its first concert of the semester on Monday, February 12 at 7:30 p.m. in Edmunds Hall. The program is dedicated to the music of Antonio Vivaldi, who lived from 1678 to 1741. Today, Vivaldi is regarded as one of the most popular composers in the world of classical

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The Idiosyncratic Pencil art exhibit features digital artwork

The Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery will host the exhibit The Idiosyncratic Pencil from January 24 to February 24. Admission is free and open to the public. The Harper Gallery is located in the Harper Center for the Arts on the PC campus. The Idiosyncratic Pencil is an experimental group exhibition. It is inspired by the

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Servant leaders and alumni elected to PC Board of Trustees

Six alumni have been elected to serve on the Presbyterian College Board of Trustees. “We here at PC are very excited to have these alumni on the board of trustees,” said Bob Staton, PC President. “They bring a wealth of experience and insight that will prove valuable to helping us achieve our mission.” The new

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PC students emulate Dr. Martin Luther King during MLK Week

Presbyterian College honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a week of events surrounding his birthday. PC students served the Laurens County community during their MLK Day of Service on Monday, January 15. Students volunteered at nearly 15 nonprofits in Laurens and Clinton throughout the day. Some visited seniors at four senior

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PC concert to mix old and new world sounds

The Presbyterian College Music Department welcomes Demeler, a husband and wife duo that blends their love of café and salon music with modern composed repertoire for a fusion of old and new world sounds. This next performance in the PC Concert Series will take place on Tuesday, Jan. 30 at 7:30 PM in Edmunds Hall.

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World Renowned Pianist to perform at PC

The Department of Music at Presbyterian College will host the recital of pianist Stephen Taylor in Edmunds Hall on Tuesday, January 23, at 7:30 p.m. Taylor’s program will feature works by Schubert and Debussy. The event is free and open to the public. Taylor is approaching the thirty-year mark as a professional performer and teacher.

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