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A Message from the Chair

The Campaign has ended, and the doors of Neville Hall are once again opened! As Chair of the Neville Renewed Campaign, I had the good fortune to meet and work with many alumni and friends of PC who truly believe in this College and want to support the young men and women who choose a Presbyterian College

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Sara Hanna, ’16

“My fondest memories of Neville Hall are my fondest memories of PC.  As an English Major, I have spent most of the past four years on the second floor of Neville. I can walk by a classroom and be flooded with the memory of Dr. Brent imitating Chaucer in Middle English. I hold this building very close to my heart. It will

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Peter H. Hobbie

“ It was a joy to teach at Neville. It was a joy to teach in big rooms with big windows and high ceilings. I also had wonderful discussions with my students in my office. In fact, sometimes we’d go up on the roof. Neville Hall, its architecture, and its memories will always represent who we

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Alyson Craig, ’18

“The renovation of Neville Hall will set the tone for the whole college. It’s very important to me personally because I love getting involved, and a large majority of events happen there. I started a club for underprivileged children from a local county preschool, and we meet at Neville all the time. It also creates

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Dr. H. Dean Thompson, Jr.

“I’ve been teaching on the front steps of Neville for 28 years. We all benefit, for the students get to watch the eternal cycle of the seasons of the oak-lined front plaza, while I see the backdrop of the Neville columns: strong, shining, and enduring. You can’t overstate what this building means to thousands of people across the United States. I’ve seen alums in their eighties

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Topping Out Ceremony

At noon, on Tuesday, Nov. 15, Presbyterian College held a topping out ceremony for the renovations to Neville Hall. The ceremony comes from a Scandinavian tradition and occurs when the last beam on the building’s steel frame is added. An American flag and fir tree are added to the beam and it is placed on

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