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Dr. Roy Campbell | Faculty Q&A

History professor Dr. Roy Campbell talks about study abroad, the PC history department’s #1 ranking, and more in this Faculty Q&A. What brought you here? I was looking to teach at a liberal arts college, like my alma mater, as I strongly believe in this type of education.  Of all the schools I visited as

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Study Abroad Trip to the South Pacific

What is a study abroad trip really like? Last summer Phoebe Jones traveled with history professor Dr. Roy Campbell and seven other PC graduates to the islands of Fiji and Vanuatu. Here’s Phoebe’s take on the two weeks they spent almost 8,000 miles away from the PC campus. Cargo Cults and Volcanoes Dr. Roy Campbell looked

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Attorney. Athlete. Blue Hose.

“You’re going to get a great education,” says Joe Wideman ’13, an attorney in Columbia, S.C. “PC can line up with any school in the country when it comes to the type of professors we have and the skill sets you can learn.” Wideman learned his skill sets in the classroom and on the football

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Alumna Learns How to lead at PC

“Lead from any seat” What happens when you get involved at PC? You learn how to make a difference. Just ask Erin Dhand ’04. Erin respected PC’s strong academic reputation before she’d even set one foot on campus. Once here, she loved that she could pull up a chair and participate every day. “No class

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‘While We Live, We Serve’

You’re going to hear these words a lot over the next four years. “Dum Vivimus Servimus.” Or, “While We Live, We Serve.” It’s the PC motto, and it reflects a big part of the PC culture. You see, the desire to help those in need has been part of what makes a Blue Hose a

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We’re Here for You. Let Us Show You How.

The transition to college can be exciting and fun. First time away from home. You’re pumped about how you’re going to decorate your room and who you’re going to meet. We’re excited for you! Transitioning to college can be challenging, too. For some students, being away from home for the first time and adjusting to

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Ready to dance?!

Year after year, Shuckin’ and Shaggin’ is the Week of Welcome event that students love the most. Just check out what PC junior Lexy Clark has to say about it: “One of the most fun events of the year” There is no tradition at Presbyterian College that brings students together quite like Shuckin’ and Shaggin’

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8 Reasons to Get Involved on Campus

Sharmila Samuel remembers visiting the PC campus a few months before her freshman year. “I was told on tour that the more I got involved, the more I would love PC!” Sharmila said. “As a freshman, I took that advice to heart. Now, I realize that getting involved has helped me get to know people

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What you can expect the first few days on campus

After you’ve moved in to college, you may feel a little nervous about being away from home for the first time. If so, don’t worry. It’s normal. Any butterflies in your stomach shouldn’t last too long. We’re going to roll out the tartan carpet just for you! Welcome to the Week of Welcome You’ll move

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Top 5 Dorm Room Essentials

Top 5 Dorm Room Essentials Can you believe you’ll be moving in to your dorm room in less than two months? Move-In Day is August 18, and it’ll be here before you know it. We asked current PC students what you should think about bringing for your dorm that you won’t find on the website.

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