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Have Opportunities, Will Travel.

Does the thought of studying abroad in college make you nervous? Or would you pack your bags right now if you could? Whichever camp you’re in, studying abroad gives you the chance to learn about the world and yourself while you prepare for your future. Kendall McDill took full advantage of studying abroad when she

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Student Lives the Motto

PC student spends his summers helping children with needs Some of our students are so into living out our College motto, “While We Live, We Serve,” they volunteer year round. Even during the summer. Rising senior Trey Counterman serves as a counselor at Victory Junction, a camp for children with special needs in Randleman, N.C.

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Unsure about a career? So was Maggie.

Career Services Staff Helps Recent Grad Get to Grad School Do you know exactly what you want to be after you graduate from college? Or do you have no idea? There’s no right or wrong answer. And whatever the case may be for you, PC’s liberal arts education can get you there. Take Maggie Childress,

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A researcher. A veterinarian. A Blue Hose.

The banners were set. The streamers were hung. The presents were wrapped, and the cake was baked. Kristen Peagler and her colleagues at the Greenville Zoo were ready for the party to begin. All they needed were the guests to arrive. But this wasn’t a birthday party for one of the zookeepers. This was a

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It all started with Legos

It all started with Legos, those iconic plastic blocks of all shapes, colors, and sizes. The Legos and their limitless possibilities fueled Clay Wright’s curiosity. “I always thought I wanted to be an engineer because of Legos. I loved taking things apart and putting them back together,” Clay said. Eventually, Clay’s curiosity pulled him away

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More Than Just a Professor

I think the most frightening thing I have done in college is taking a class where I was the only freshman. I remember looking at the online rosters for Botany and for Evolution and finding that I didn’t know anyone in either class, and worse, that I was the youngest student in the each of

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Name Over Number

On my tour at Presbyterian College, I was told that you will never be just a number at PC. Being the critical person I am, I scoffed and simply thought it was a clichéd marketing ploy that every other college used as well. I could not have been more wrong. Shyness is something I have

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The PC Community

As I enter my second month in Clinton, I feel as though I have become a real part of the PC community. Professors and staff members have made an effort to not only know my name but also know who I am as a person. Every day, Ms. Yolanda, the woman who more or less

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Bryce Weber

Greetings! My name is Bryce Weber, and I am a freshman here at Presbyterian College. Having attended Holy Innocents’, one of Atlanta’s private high schools, I was very familiar with the power of small class sizes and close faculty-student relationships. This warm environment helped me to develop a curiosity about the world and a passion

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