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Carolina Judicial Council redesigns Carolinian Creed

Carolinian Creed and Diversity Day was celebrated Wednesday with Greene Street giveaways and Carolina Judicial Council’s announcement of an updated design for the Creed.
Adopted in 1989, the Creed is a five-pronged proclamation of personal standards to be upheld by the USC community.
“It’s a set of community values that we all want to live by,” said Sam Tang, a graduate assistant in the Office of Student Conduct and adviser to CJC’s Creed committee. “The only reason it’s become such a big part of the university’s life is it’s something we can all do every day.”



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