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Clinton street closed, reopened after Tuesday night hit and run

Update 10:50 p.m. Clinton, South Carolina – No one was injured in a hit and run which forced the temporary closure of Calhoun Street in Clinton Tuesday night. Officers with the Clinton Department of Public Safety and Presbyterian College Safety were able to apprehend the driver who caused the accident, said DPS Director Robin Morse. The driver,…

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PA school setback means only one year delay, PC’s Staton says Tuesday

Clinton, SC – Presbyterian College learned earlier this month that its application for accreditation of its planned Physician Assistant school  had been turned down, and on Tuesday, Presbyterian College President Bob Staton was able to work with PA leadership team and the officials of the accreditation review commission and decided a reapplication would likely cause…

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Chinese investment in Southeast topic Monday at PC

On Monday evening, Oct. 9, Presbyterian College Confucius Institute will host John Ling, formerly with the South Carolina Department of Commerce in Shanghai, China. Ling will speak about the increasing Chinese investment in the Southeastern United States. Set for Monday at 7:15 p.m. at the Harrington-Peachtree Amphitheater, Ling’s visit is sponsored by the Presbyterian College Confucius…

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