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A Mother’s Crusade: No one else’s child dies of hazing   Last Wednesday night, Presbyterian College was privileged to host a lecture on the dangers of hazing.  The Sept. 26 lecture was given by Mrs. Cindy Hipps, who is the mother of the late Tucker Hipps, a young man who died while pledging the...
  Clinton Native named South Carolina’s Top College Student   Clay Wright, a senior physics and applied mathematics double major at Presbyterian College, has been named the 2018 McLean-Smith South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (SCICU) Student of the Year. Wright received the award...
  PC students began moving back onto campus on Saturday, August 18. More than 400 new students have become new residents of the City of Clinton. It didn’t take them long to begin helping their neighbors. As you can imagine, more than a thousand people in all moving into dorms can accumulate lots of...
PC set to begin 139th academic year -- TODAY   Opening Convocation on Tuesday, Aug. 21 will officially begin PC’s 139th academic year. The ceremony will take place at 11 a.m. in Belk Auditorium.  Dr. Donald R. Raber II, provost, is the featured speaker during this year’s convocation. Dr. Raber,...
PC professors, student present research nationally Presbyterian College faculty and student researchers joined other scientists at the National IDeA Symposium of Biomedical Research Excellence (NISBRE) this summer. PC senior physics major Brien Washington, physics professor Dr. James Wanliss and...
PC Hosts CHAMPS Students    CHAMPS has kicked off its 23rd summer program at PC. The program’s enrichment weeks include learning and activities for more than 100 Laurens County students. From June 18-22, 51 students from 9th-10th grade will participate in CHAMPS summer programming on campus. The...
PC undertakes site work on Johnson field at Old Bailey Stadium in anticipation of constructing new student housing.   On May 30, in anticipation of securing financing to construct new student housing, PC began the site preparation work necessary to allow construction of new housing for seniors on...
PHOTOS - COMMENCEMENT BEGINS AT PC w-Saturday update   Graduates from the College of Arts & Sciences and the School of Pharmacy are in the spotlight. This is Commencement Weekend, and several events were held Friday and are planned for Saturday, May 11 and 12. Graduates like Don Viets, who...
PHARMACY STUDENTS, FACULTY RECEIVE AWARDS   PC School of Pharmacy students, faculty members, and preceptors gathered for the school’s eighth annual awards ceremony last Monday. “We are fortunate to have students who strive to learn, have strong character and ambition to be leaders and compassion to...
A $61 Million “Value”: Presbyterian College makes dramatic impact on the local economy   Crunching the numbers for her home county and her college, PC senior Sela Vaughan can demonstrate a $61 million annual financial impact on the economy of Laurens County by Presbyterian College. It’s been 10...

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