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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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5 REASONS TO ATTEND ACCEPTED STUDENTS DAY

Presbyterian College is set to hold its annual Accepted Students Day on Saturday, March 23. Accepted students will get a chance to mingle with current and future classmates, introduce themselves to professors and club representatives, and eat delicious meals prepared by various food trucks from the Carolinas, all while taking in the little slice of

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Chart Your Course

You won’t take your journey at PC alone. From the first day of classes to graduation, you’ll have others to help you along the way. You’ll also have a program called Compass to help you navigate through college. It’s a program that helps you make academic and career decisions so that you can be successful

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How Model UN Is Helping One Student Get to Med School

Senior Justin Davidson is planning to be a doctor one day, but he’s not taking the same ol’ “study until his brain explodes so that he can make a 4.0 and nail the MCAT” route. He’s throwing Model UN into the mix too. And why not? The Harvard Business Review article, “Does Higher Education Still

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Sophomore Prepares for the FBI

PC sophomore Jennifer Freeman loves NCIS. Her favorite character is Detective Anthony DiNozzo. “He’s always making jokes but always working his hardest to solve any crime that gets thrown his way,” Jennifer said. “Being an agent is always seen as a serious job, but on the show his character is always making the job seem

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Top 10 FAFSA FAQs

Students left more than $2.3 billion in federal financial aid on the table, according to a recent study by Nerdwallet. Don’t let that happen to you. The Federal Application for Federal Student Aid has launched. If you need financial aid for college for the 2019-2020 school year, make sure you fill out the FAFSA ASAP.

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