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PC alumnus promoted to serve as the next Commissioner of Banking for the state of South Carolina

South Carolina Treasurer Curtis Loftis, Chairman of the State Board of Financial Institutions, announced that Richards H. Green has been promoted to serve as the next Commissioner of Banking for the state. Green graduated from Presbyterian College in 1998 and has completed corporate and executive leadership development programs with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Conference of

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Anderson Names PC alumnus as City Manager

Anderson Mayor Terence Roberts announced David McCuen IV ’06 has been named city manager for the City of Anderson. McCuen has served the city as assistant city manager since November 2015. McCuen will fill the role upon the retirement of Linda McConnell, a 41-year veteran of the city, who was named city manager in 2015.

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Guest Pianist, Clinician to Perform Beethoven, Others Feb. 22

Alexander Peskanov, a pianist and composer, will perform in Edmunds Hall on Friday, Feb. 22, at 7:30 p.m. Peskanov is the guest artist and clinician for the 35th Annual Presbyterian College Piano Clinic for High School and Middle School Students and Teachers. Peskanov’s program will include works by Beethoven, Rachmaninov, Czerny and Peskanov. Admission is

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Honoring the Past, Embracing the Future: A Celebration of Black History Month

Presbyterian College observes Black History Month with a lecture and campus events throughout February. This year’s keynote speaker is Dr. Crystal R. Sanders, associate professor of history and African American studies at Penn State University. Sanders will speak on the College campus Thursday, Feb. 28 on the topic, “Hidden Histories and Forgotten Folks: What the

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Cody Inducted into National Wrestling Hall of Fame

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame of the Upstate New York State Chapter announced their 2019 inductees into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and who will be receiving the Lifetime Service Award. The list includes Presbyterian College Director of Wrestling Mark Cody. “I am grateful to receive this honor. It’s special to be recognized

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Cellist and Pianist to Perform Beethoven and Rachmaninoff

Dr. Richard Thomas, associate professor of music at PC, and Dr. Barry Salwen, associate professor of music at UNC-Wilmington, will present a duo recital on Monday, Feb. 11. The performance will take place in Edmunds Hall at 7:30 p.m. Thomas and Salwen will perform sonatas for cello and piano by Beethoven and Rachmaninoff. Thomas teaches

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Turtle Island Quartet will play Coltrane at campus performance

Two-time Grammy Award-winning group, the Turtle Island Quartet, will be on the PC campus for a one-time performance on Tuesday, Feb. 26. The event will be held in Edmunds Hall at 7:30 p.m. The string quartet’s performance will feature the music of John Coltrane, and the jazz musician’s album, “A Love Supreme.” The Turtle Island

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PC to Host Peking Opera

Presbyterian College will celebrate and host the Chinese New Year with the Peking Opera on Saturday, Feb. 9, at 6:00 p.m. The event will take place in Belk Auditorium. The Peking Opera will feature musical and vocal performances combined with mime, dance and acrobatics. Also called Beijing operas, Peking operas originated in the late 18th

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