Coming off a surprising series win against No. 4 Vanderbilt, South Carolina looked to keep the momentum in a midweek game against Furman in Greenville Tuesday.Read More
Walk through campus in the springtime and you’ll more than likely see exposed tattoos on the bodies of countless students.Read More
Security footage shows a man wearing a baseball cap and a backpack taking stacks from a rack inside the Russell House on the Greene Street side around 11 a.m.Read More
The recent shooting of Walter Scott in North Charleston has drummed up a large amount of people calling for the mandate of body cameras on law enforcement officers, nationally. In South Carolina, 20-odd law enforcement agencies are currently wearing body cameras during duty — one of those being USCPD.Read More
South Carolina announced on Wednesday that long-time supporters Morris and Sheila Creggers are endowing a women’s basketball scholarship in the name graduating senior Aleighsa Welch.
The couple is also making monetary contributions towards the women’s basketball program and facility enhancements.
“I am grateful to the Creggers and the University to be recognized in this way,” Welch said.
On Friday, Nashville singer/songwriter Will Hoge will play at Music Farm. It will be the first time he’s been to Columbia in a while, but twenty years ago the city played a major role in his career. “South Carolina as a whole was one of the first states outside of my home that kind of latched on to what I was doing,” Hoge said, “and we’ve played there quite a bit, especially in Columbia.
I only started this column Wednesday night, but I've been thinking about it for the last three years.