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Presbyterian Writers Guild’s legacy comes home to Agnes Scott College

As a new generation of young writers looked on with gratitude toward the veteran members of the Presbyterian Writers Guild, who had gathered at Agnes Scott College’s Center for Writing and Speaking on April 5 to share in dedicating the Guild’s gift of its entire organizational endowment, emotions ran unexpectedly high.

Presbyterian Writers Guild endowment to benefit Agnes Scott College’s Center for Writing and Speaking

Agnes Scott College is grateful to announce a gift of an endowment to support the Center for Writing and Speaking from The Presbyterian Writers Guild. The Presbyterian Writers Guild, which voted to dissolve as an organization and selected Agnes Scott College as the recipient of its entire organizational endowment, will be honored at a dedication ceremony on Friday, April 5, at Agnes Scott College.

APCU launches leadership development institute

During Jeff Arnold’s seven years as executive director of the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities 52 of the APCU’s 54 member schools have replaced their president. On average, presidents leave APCU institutions every four and half years.

Eileene MacFalls, a Presbyterian devoted to social justice, dies at 81

The Rev. Mark Baridon remembers the Wednesday that Eileene MacFalls calmed tension during the midday prayer and lunch served up each week by a group of downtown Louisville churches. Those churches include Central Presbyterian Church, which Baridon serves as co-pastor and where MacFalls attended.

Go and build kinder, more compassionate communities

Nearly 1,000 college-aged students and their UKirk pastors and leaders began the new year together at the annual College Conference held last month at the Montreat Conference Center in Monreat, N.C.