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PC partners with online bookstore

A new partnership between PC and Akademos, an online bookstore, means more options and cost savings for students. “I am excited about the new partnership between PC and Akademos for our online bookstore,” said PC Provost Dr. Don Raber. “I believe students will value the variety of formats, delivery options, and flexibility on buyback that

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PC alumnus honored in 2018 Capital Young Professional Awards

The Columbia Metropolitan Magazine presented their second annual Capital Young Professional Awards, honoring some of our community’s finest men and women. This past fall, many excellent, local young professionals were nominated, including Tripp Rush ’09, who majored in history at PC. Read Full Story on ColumbiaMetro.com »

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Students, Educators Practice Improv

Education students and professors from PC, Bob Jones, Converse, and South Carolina State University joined local teachers and school administrators for the fourth annual Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute to learn how to use improv to help teach students. “Improvisation is based on theater-based games in which participants perform situations without the use of props,

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PC Bass Fishing Team Compete for Special Olympics

PC’s Bass Fishing Team made a difference in the lives of more than 28,000 Special Olympics athletes on Saturday. The Blue Hose anglers were among the fishermen competing for a cause during the second annual Anglers for Athletes Bass Tournament on Lake Greenwood. PC’s Bass Fishing team finished in the top 10, but Saturday wasn’t

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Blue Hose Name Sharp Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Presbyterian College and Athletic Director Danny Sterling announced Tuesday the addition of Alaura Sharp as the new women’s basketball head coach. She will start immediately, becoming the eighth head coach in PC’s women’s basketball history. “We would like to welcome Alaura (Sharp) to the Presbyterian College family,” said Sterling. “Add her wealth of experience with

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ROTC Cadets Train for Air Mission

The plush, green East Plaza and blue skies provided a picture-perfect setting for two Black Hawk helicopters to touch down on Friday. PC students and members of the local community watched along between Greenville Dining Hall and Belk Hall. Many had their phones out, videoing or taking pictures. ROTC cadet Lee-Ann Salim, a senior from East

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Students Reveal Their Best on Honors Day

Students presented research, exhibited artwork, and performed in music recitals during the annual Honors Day Symposium on the PC campus on April 19. “We’re not a research institution, and we know that,” said PC President Bob Staton, “but research is a critical part of a liberal arts education. “The research, the study, the grappling with

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Professor of the Year Announced

Dr. Michael O. Rischbieter, professor of biology, was selected as the Presbyterian College 2018 Professor of the Year. PC Provost Dr. Don Raber made the announcement during Honors Day Convocation on April 19 in Belk Auditorium. “It’s an amazing honor,” Rischbieter said. “It’s something that I never imagined, having arrived at PC 31 years ago.

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