On Tuesday, November 9th, Stephen Moore, gave a presentation on the country’s current economic standings, particularly in light of the recent elections, in front of a crowded student audience in Edmunds Hall. Moore, the senior economics writer for the Wall Street Journal, is the third speaker in the series of spokesmen made available by the BB+T grant awarded to PC to fund its capitalism program.
PC volleyball fell in three quick games against the High Point Panthers by scores of 25-19, 25-17, and 25-21. The Panthers came out strong against the Blue Hose, who seemed[…]
Improv Underground is performing at Harper Center this Saturday night (November 13, 2010) at 7:30. Tickets are $2 at the door, and everyone is welcome to come. The show will[…]
Very rarely do people have an opportunity to put their moral and political convictions to action on this campus, but on September 4, 2010, Spectrum, the LGBT-straight alliance on campus,[…]
It’s no secret that Presbyterian College’s senior Softball shortstop, Amanda Miller, is an athlete to watch on the field. Just last season, she started 44 games and tallied seven home[…]
Ah, Clinton in August; it truly is a beautiful place. As Hal Milam would say, “Hello College, it’s good to be back.” Well, I guess for some of us “back”[…]
PC fell to 1-8 on the year after being defeated 37-7 by Stony Brook on Saturday, November 6th. Although the Blue Hose only trailed 7-0 at halftime, Stony Brook came[…]