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PC Remembers Coach Cally Gault ’48

Calhoun Folk “Cally” Gault, legendary football coach and athletic director, passed away on April 19, 2019. Coach Gault became PC’s head football coach and athletic director in 1963. He served as head coach until 1984 and as athletic director until 1995. He was given the title of Director Emeritus of PC Athletics upon his retirement.

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Commencement ceremonies set at PC

Graduates from the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Pharmacy will earn their degrees during Commencement ceremonies Friday, May 10 and Saturday, May 11. Commencement for the 136th College of Arts and Sciences ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 11 on the West Plaza. The ceremony will be held in

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Presbyterian College to conduct national search for next director of athletics

Danny Sterling, PC’s director of athletics, is leaving the College for family reasons and will return to his home state of Virginia to serve as associate athletic director at Virginia Commonwealth University. “We thank Danny for the leadership he has provided while at PC,” said President Bob Staton. “Our athletic programs have been strengthened during

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Oscar-winning screenwriter talks diversity at PC

With the success of “BlacKkKlansman,” screenwriter Kevin Willmott says he has had the opportunity to talk about race and the resurgence of hate in the country. “That is clearly a dangerous thing and a real topical thing, that I feel we’re going to look back on this period and we’re going to have to really

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Students, Professor Go on Quest for Truth on Honors Day

During his Honors Day Convocation address, “The Quest for Truth,” physics professor Dr. Chad Rodekohr shared one of the biggest scientific discoveries: the first-ever image of a black hole. “This image is not a normal picture,” Rodekohr said about the image, which captivated the science community and public only a few weeks earlier. He then

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Blue Hose Name PC Alumnus Roberts Women’s Tennis Head Coach

Joel Roberts, who led Presbyterian College men’s tennis to a Big South regular season and tournament title in 2017, as well as its first NCAA Appearance, returns to his alma mater as the next women’s coach.  Presbyterian Athletic Director Danny Sterling made the announcement Friday, April 26. “I couldn’t be more excited about coming back

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Rincon Named Presbyterian College Men’s Tennis Head Coach

The Presbyterian College Athletic Department and Athletic Director Danny Sterling announced Friday the hiring of Eduardo Rincon as the Head Men’s Tennis Coach.  Rincon comes to PC with 13+ years of coaching experience, as well as seven years of professional playing experience. “My family and I are extremely excited to join Presbyterian College and the

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Campus, community celebrate ROTC centennial with Highlander Havoc fitness event

For three days this spring, campus and community members joined for the Highlander Havoc fitness event to honor the 100 years of PC’s ROTC program. The ROTC Highlander Battalion, Student Involvement and CrossFit864 partnered to sponsor the free military-style strength and conditioning event April 10-12. Highlander Havoc combined the centennial celebration and a new Army

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Head Tennis Coaches to Pursue Other Interests

On Thursday, the Presbyterian College Athletic Department announced the resignation of Steve Brooks, women’s tennis head coach, and Patrick Fediuk, men’s tennis head coach. Fediuk, who will become the head academy coach at Smith Stearns Tennis Academy in Hilton Head, S.C., graduated from PC in 2009. “The hardest part is leaving my guys,” added Fediuk.

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Students Awarded Competitive Graduate School Scholarships

Two graduating seniors have been awarded highly competitive scholarships on their way to graduate school. Both students are biology majors. Kristin Miller received the Bardsley Scholarship from the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Justin Davidson received the Fullerton Scholarship from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. “PC has prepared me by

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