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PC professor, student Swift-ly solve ticket dilemma

Sometimes it takes a village – or at least an understanding professor – to get tickets for a Taylor Swift concert. An interaction between a Presbyterian College professor and one of his students went viral on Twitter and received national news coverage this past week as tickets went on sale for pop star Taylor Swift’s…

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PC student group offers economic help to Clinton City Council

Clinton, S.C.  – At its regular Monday night council meeting last week, the City of Clinton got an invitation from a student-led Presbyterian College group which hopes to partner with the city to help it reach its economic potential. “I have been working on a campaign called Project Expand,” said PC sophomore Barrett Moody. “Project…

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Clinton plans Thursday evening fun, celebrates new ice cream shop

Clinton, S.C. – For many months Laila’s Place Ice Cream has been providing sweet treats from its mobile cart, and now the family business owned by Newberry residents Jason and Tia Devette is proving a welcome addition to the Main Street Clinton landscape, said Main Street Clinton Manager Joe Timmons. “It’s been packed,” Timmons said.…

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Peter Bruce Huff

Peter Bruce Huff, 67, passed away at his home on August 22, 2022. He was the son of Dr. Randolph and Helen Huff, who predeceased him. Peter graduated from Presbyterian College and the MUSC School of Pharmacy. He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Robin, his daughter, Dr. Jamie Huff (Dr. Jacob Herman),…

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Annette Senn Crawford

Joanna, South Carolina Annette Senn Crawford, 63, of Joanna, S.C., passed away unexpectedly and peacefully in her sleep on August 20, 2022. She was the daughter of Yeoman (Buster) and Linnie Kyzer Senn, who predeceased her. She graduated from Presbyterian College and taught at Joanna Woodson Elementary School for 39 years before retiring in 2019.…

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PC offers $60 million in scholarships to Palmetto Girls State participants

Presbyterian College’s kilt-clad president made a stunning and generous offer Tuesday to each of the 600 Palmetto Girls State delegates. Come to PC and receive a $ 25,000-a-year scholarship. President Dr. Matthew vandenBerg told the group that PC is making a four-year, $60 million commitment to the rising seniors in Palmetto Girls State, the largest…

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Thomas Lumley

Greenwood, South Carolina Thomas Lumley, 91, resident of 201 Olde Puckett’s Ferry Road, widower of Edwina Hardee Lumley, passed away Monday, June 6, 2022, at his home. Born April 18, 1931, in Greenwood, he was a son of the late Harold and Camille Jennings Lumley, Sr. He was a graduate of Greenwood High School and…

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PC announces lacrosse incident conclusions, punishments

Presbyterian College President Matthew vandenBerg announced Thursday that four students have been expelled and a fraternity has been permanently banned from campus following an investigation into an incident that occurred at a women’s lacrosse game this past February. According to the release from PC, an independent investigation conducted by attorney Cindy Crick validated reports that…

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Henry Burrell “Burl” Patterson

Dateline – Clinton, South Carolina Henry Burrell “Burl” Patterson, 82, husband of Margie Campbell Patterson, of Clinton, SC, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Sunday, May 1, 2022. He was born in Clinton, SC to the late Floyd and Early Gertha Spencer Patterson. Burl loved his family and cherished Sunday dinners. He was…

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