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How Do You Choose the Right College?

Jahnnie Conner ’21 Choosing the right college can be pretty overwhelming when you’re in high school. When I was a senior in high school, I was torn between two colleges. Thankfully, one of my favorite teachers helped me decide which was better for me. And lots of coffee-induced-late-night research sessions helped me too! When all

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Jahnnie Conner

Hi y’all! My name is Jahnnie Conner (pronounced like Johnny)! I am a junior psychology and history major from Rutherfordton, N.C., but I graduated from the lovely White Knoll High School in 2017, which is located in Lexington S.C. I am a member of the Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority, the BlueStocking, Wind Ensemble, Choir, and

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Recent grad follows dream of becoming a veterinarian

Tiffany Bogan nervously paced the floor of an animal enclosure. A caiman, a member of the alligator family, was inside. She carefully walked to a corner and waited for her instructor’s commands. The animal backed away. Nervous and excited, Tiffany looked up and smiled at a camera nearby. Another student placed a towel over the

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From business student to business owner

PC senior Marion Brown likes the food at Jitter’s Cafe so much he ordered up more than his favorite pork sandwich during his last year of school. He bought the restaurant. Marion ordered the Beef Daddy (pulled pork sandwich on a hoagie with French onions and mayonnaise) every time he went to Jitter’s in downtown

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Computational Biology Adds Up to a Bright Future for You

If you like biology and math, you might want to consider a computational biology major. What is computational biology? In this field, biologists use computer programming to analyze biological data, particularly DNA sequencing. This information could improve medicine or help with treatments for diseases like cancer. PC alumnus Bobby Keskey ’11 knows how important the

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Witness. Advocate. Blue Hose.

A church conference the summer before high school gave PC junior Emily Green a look into the work she wanted to pursue. Emily, who is Presbyterian, spent time at the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) conference center in Montreat, N.C. Emily says her mom made her go, but looking back, she’s glad she did. “It was amazing

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Five Reasons to Visit Campus

Visit Campus and See Why Students Choose PC Want to learn more about what PC has to offer? One of the best places to start is a campus visit. Our visit opportunities during the year include daily tours, as well as Saturday Preview Days, which offer students a chance to see campus and learn about

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