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Lexy Clark

Hey, future Blue Hose! I’m Lexy, a sophomore here at Presbyterian College. I am from Mooresville, North Carolina, which is right outside of Charlotte. I am a pre-medical student, majoring in biology, minoring in chemistry, and considering a double major in history! One of my favorite things about PC is how it’s so easy for

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Gracen Cabiness

Hey, guys! Gracen Cabiness here from Columbia, South Carolina. I am thrilled to have the privilege of sharing my journey through freshman year. Currently, I am undecided when it comes to my major. That is one reason Presbyterian College is a great a fit for me. The flexibility I have at a liberal arts school

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Bid Day & Best Friends

One of my favorite memories of Presbyterian College is my Bid Day last year. I got to run and jump into the arms of a girl who had become my best friend after only a few weeks. Sprinting down the steps of Neville Hall, our campus’ most iconic building, into the sprawling crowd of sorority

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Lathem Gordon ’04

Lathem Gordon ’04: A designer. A humanitarian. A Blue Hose. Lathem Gordon says things like “Sweet as pie” and “Oh, gracious!” She’s a people person, as bright and splashy as the colors she loves to use in her work at GordonDunning Interior Design. A 2004 PC graduate, her degree in Visual Arts with a minor

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Maymester in Australia

Ever wanted to visit Australia? Dr. Michael Rischbieter and Dr. Jim Wetzel of the biology department recently led a Maymester trip to Australia. Twenty PC students joined them as they spent one week in Melbourne, the second most populous city in Australia, and one week in Tasmania, an island state separated from the Australian mainland

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Jada Suber ’15

Jada Suber ’15: A chemist. A researcher. A Blue Hose. “I was attracted to PC because it was in my backyard,” says Jada Suber, a Clinton, South Carolina native, and 2015 graduate. “I grew up in a single-parent household. My mother has always been my inspiration. She’s the most beautiful person I know inside and

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Scottish Roots

Whether it’s our tartan-covered bowties and scarves, the sounds of bagpipes floating across campus, or the kilts that the members of our hand-bell choir don for every performance, we at Presbyterian College have always embraced our Scottish roots. Thus, it is only fitting that Dr. Campbell, professor of history, and Dr. Thompson, the Mary Henry

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Justin Bethel ’12

Justin Bethel ’12: A musician. An athlete. A Blue Hose. Justin Bethel missed tryouts for middle school band, so he tried out for football instead. That wasn’t the end of his interest in music, but it was the beginning of a sports career that would take him to the NFL via Presbyterian College. He was

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Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Oh my!

Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Oh my! On the day of our departure, we were all humming with excitement. I passed a fellow choir member who was going on the trip in Springs Student Center as I was buying a travel toothbrush at the POD and I could feel their nervous exhilaration. We were leaving for Europe

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Meet Naya Martin

Meet Naya Martin, a senior biochemistry major with a minor in mathematics. Her involvement on campus is extensive, as she plays for the women’s soccer team, serves as a resident assistant, and is involved with the American Chemical Society, CHAMPS, Student Government, the Chinese Club, the Women’s Leadership Conference, the Mathematics Association of America, Sigma

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