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PC launches search for 20th president

The search for Presbyterian College’s 20th president began this week with the formation of a presidential search committee. In a formal announcement across campus, PC shared the names of those serving on the 17-member committee, which is being chaired by trustee and alumnus Brad Bryant ’75. In a joint statement from Bryant and Ruth Roper,

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The Rev. British Hyrams named Jack and Jane Presseau Associate Chaplain

Presbyterian College announced this week that the Rev. British Hyrams will join the Office of Spiritual Life as the new Jack and Jane Presseau Associate Chaplain following a nationwide search. Hyrams, an ordained Minister of Word and Sacrament in the Presbyterian Church (USA), currently serves as a campus minister at North Carolina Central University in

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PC’s celebration of MLK Jr. Day brings crowd to its feet

This year’s celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Presbyterian College offered a glimpse at what the slain civil rights leader dreamed of – a “beloved community” filled with hope, joy, and equality. Inspired by myriad voices – lifted in song, poetry, and speech – an energized crowd in Edmunds Hall rose to

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MindSpring Enterprises founder Charles Brewer to deliver 2023 Vance Lecture on Business Ethics

The founder of one of the largest internet service providers in the United States will deliver Presbyterian College’s 2023 Robert M. Vance Lecture on Business Ethics. Charles Brewer, who started three highly-acclaimed companies in two different industries, will speak at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 26, in Edmunds Hall. Brewer’s first company, MindSpring Enterprises, began with

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Dr. Matthew vandenBerg will step down as PC president effective June 30

vandenBerg will become president of Ohio Wesleyan University Dr. Matthew vandenBerg announced his resignation as president of Presbyterian College effective June 30, 2023. He has been named the next president of Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio. In a letter to the students, faculty and staff, Dr. vandenBerg thanked and commended the PC community for

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PC’s celebration of MLK Jr. Day ‘Starts With Me’

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream of creating “the beloved community” drives Presbyterian College’s celebration this year to honor King’s incredible legacy. Following this year’s national theme – “It Starts With Me: Cultivating a Beloved Community Mindset to Transform Unjust Systems” – the PC community of students, faculty, and staff worked together to develop an

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PC, City of Clinton, cut ribbon on space for new business incubator

Presbyterian College and the City of Clinton are partnering to create a space for new entrepreneurs to develop new businesses. The new business incubator at 103 East Main Street was unveiled Dec. 16 at a public ribbon-cutting ceremony that included members of Clinton City Council, the Clinton Economic Development Corporation, and the PC community. Its

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PC professor Dr. Ben Bailey’s political science class wins Best Small Delegation at the S.C. Student Legislature

by Kathryn Dover Presbyterian College political science professor Dr. Ben Bailey’s South Carolina Student Legislature class participated in a legislative simulation in Columbia last month, earning distinction as Best Small Delegation. The simulation is held every semester to teach students across the state how to act as state legislators. For the simulation, students craft a

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