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The President’s List at Presbyterian College is composed of students who earned a 4.0 grade-point average for a semester. PC is proud to recognize the following students for making the President’s List during the Spring 2019 semester:

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In addition to hearing from Senator Lindsey Graham and Governor Henry McMaster, and electing state officers, the South Carolina Republican Party also presented several awards at its biennial convention.

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It happens more often than one might think, but it never ceases to impress when young high school students practically earn their higher education certificates and associate degrees before their diplomas.

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The Presbyterian College ROTC Program celebrated its 100th year with the ROTC Commissioning and Hall of Fame Ceremony on Friday, May 10. The event took place at 2 p.m. in Edmunds Hall.

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NORTH CHARLESTON –The Presbyterian College baseball team used the power of four home runs to set the single-season Big South record for most wins in a season with 16 as the Blue Hose earned a 15-6 victory over Charleston Southern on Saturday afternoon at CSU Ballpark.

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At Rhythm on the Rails, a hot day gave way to a perfect night, and West Main Street in Clinton was tightly packed for the Lee Roy Parnell concert that brought the festival to a successful conclusion.

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The Dean’s List at Presbyterian College is composed of students who have earned between a 3.3 and a 3.9 grade point average. PC is proud of the following students for making the Dean’s List during the Spring 2019 semester:

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NORTH CHARLESTON – The Presbyterian College baseball team used a four-run third inning in support of Jackson Dean, as he tossed his second complete game in three weeks and the Blue Hose picked up a 6-4 victory on Friday night at the CSU Ballpark.

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It was as hot as some of the barbecue sauce being slathered. The sun remained bright even as it cast its shadows. Folks bumped into people they hadn’t seen in years and others they hadn’t seen since lunch. Half the businesses in town and as many from out of it camped out beneath pop-up tents…