Team Richland One raises nearly $19,000 to fight breast cancer

  December 15, 2020

Team Richland One raised $18,832 to fight breast cancer through the district’s participation in Prisma Health’s annual Walk for Life and Famously Hot Pink Half Marathon fundraiser. This year district…

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Sayers to stay on as Newberry College CFO

  December 15, 2020

David Sayers to drop ‘interim’ designation as he continues in the role Newberry College has announced that David Sayers will continue serving as vice president for administrative services and chief…

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Synovus presents YMCA of Greenville with $5,000

  December 10, 2020

Synovus Financial Corporation presented two checks totaling $5,000 to the YMCA of Greenville on Wednesday, December 9 – $2,500 for the Y’s COVID relief emergency food program, and $2,500 for…

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Lander receives grant for Race and Identity Dialogue series

  December 9, 2020

Lander University will present a Race and Identity Dialogue series of virtual presentations and discussions beginning in January. The series is supported by funds from the National Endowment for the…

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Sherman College recognizes employee anniversary milestones

  December 9, 2020

Each year, Sherman College recognizes employees who have reached milestone anniversary dates. The college is fortunate to have very loyal employees, including many who have dedicated large portions of their…

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Lander recognizes staff members for excellence in service

  December 9, 2020

Five Lander University employees were honored for their work during the annual Staff Excellence Awards breakfast held on Wednesday, Dec. 9. The Staff Excellence Awards are presented annually to staff…

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Veteran Presbyterian College Business Professor to Retire

  December 8, 2020

Norman Scarborough, the William Henry Scott III Professor of Entrepreneurship at Presbyterian College, has been a professor in the economics and business administration department for 41 years. After graduating from…

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Wando’s yearbook earns national recognition

  December 8, 2020

Students who work on Legend, Wando High School’s yearbook, have established a tradition of excellence. That tradition continued today as the Warriors learned that the 2020 edition of Legend received…

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Sumter Girl Scout receives prestigious Medal of Honor

  December 8, 2020

Girl Scouts of South Carolina – Mountains to Midlands announced the Medal of Honor has been awarded to Ivey Elizabeth Edwards of Sumter, South Carolina. Ivey’s mother, Jennifer, is especially…

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Lander receives grant for Race and Identity Dialogue series

  December 8, 2020

Lander University will present a Race and Identity Dialogue series of virtual presentations and discussions beginning in January. The series is supported by funds from the National Endowment for the…

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Presbyterian College Mourns Loss of Legendary Chemistry Professor

  December 7, 2020

Dr. K. Nolon Carter, Charles A. Dana Professor Emeritus of Chemistry at Presbyterian College, died on Saturday, Dec. 5. He was 95. Dr. Carter joined the PC faculty in 1951…

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Lander University presents 2019-20 faculty awards

  December 7, 2020

Lander University presents faculty with 2019/20 faculty awards. Normally awarded during Lander’s annual Academic Awards Ceremony, which was cancelled this year due to COVID-19, award winners gathered together on the…

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Lander University faculty, students prove arts flourish even in pandemics

  December 6, 2020

Throughout history, artists have found ways to continue their work during plagues and pandemics. Norwegian expressionist artist Edvard Munch, famous for “The Scream” painting, survived the Spanish flu. The illness…

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LeFever elected to Presbyterian College Alumni board

  December 5, 2020

Grant Burnette LeFever, an attorney with Burnette Shutt & McDaniel, has been elected to the Presbyterian College Alumni Board of Directors. The board works to promote relationships among alumni and…

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CCSD now has two methods to test for COVID-19

  December 3, 2020

Charleston County School District will have the availability of two methods to test for COVID-19 at every school as soon as next week. A saliva test has been made possible…

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College of Charleston Arts Dean Valerie Morris exits the stage

  December 3, 2020

For 22 years Valerie Morris, dean of the College of Charleston School of the Arts, has sat in the audience at music and dance performances, theater productions and art lectures and presentations. She has served…

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‘Skill Up’ Platform Aims to Connect Individuals with Career Pathways

  December 2, 2020

Upstate SC Alliance launches regional gateway to technical training programs Although the coronavirus pandemic has slowed some areas of the economy, within many sectors, businesses continue to grow. A new…

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Sherman College names Faculty, Staff Member of the Year

  December 2, 2020

Sherman College of Chiropractic recently honored Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences Princess Porter-Fowler, D.C., ’01, and Help Desk Technician Andrew Cook, A.A.S., in appreciation of their contributions, time and commitment…

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2021 Palmetto State Teachers Association legislative agenda

  November 30, 2020

Over the past eight months, South Carolina’s students have faced unprecedented educational challenges and hardships related to the impact of COVID-19 on our state. However, in most cases, the adversities…

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