Following a hearing for campaign violations just after the start of Student Government election season, no points were assigned against a candidate's campaign.
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While 54 candidates are competing for the 50 student senate seats, more than a third of the seats don't have a candidate. Six colleges have no one running at all.
After getting involved with USC research in high school, first-year student Nina Daneshvar is travelling to a conference to present some of her own theoretical work.
USC's campus ministries came together for an Ash Wednesday service at historic Rutledge College.
New organization Garnet Givers brings blood drive to students due to shortage of blood in South Carolina.
In light of the many sexual allegations arising in the media, the BGSA hosted a forum to educate students in what makes a healthy relationship.
M.F.A. acting candidate Kimberly Gaughan investigates classic Hollywood glamour and its connections to Nazi Germany in her solo performance of a work she wrote and directed herself.
USC police recovered unlikely items from a purple Disney princess backpack last Thursday.
Chief Officer of Communication Wes Hickman tells The Daily Gamecock what the protocols are for the university administration in times of crisis.
A presentation by Student Body President Ross Lordo to the board of trustees was the next step in Student Government's advocacy for a new student union at USC.
After city council proposed to close down Columbia's bars at 2 a.m. every night, the public safety committee held a town hall to hear the concerns of residents, leaders and bar employees.
Student Body Vice President Dani Goodreau submitted a letter of resignation to Student Body President Ross Lordo on Wednesday evening immediately after the weekly student senate meeting.
The influenza virus is spreading quickly across the the palmetto state, and USC is no exception.
Campus Movie Fest, the world's largest student film festival, encourages creativity and wide participation. One film, directed by a first-year student, is taking a new spin on buddy-cop comedies called "Good Cop, Good Cop."
Unity and defiance were the big takeaways at University President Harris Pastides' #NotOnOurCampus rally.
This week's SG cabinet meeting saw presentations on where the cabinet stands on plans for the rest of the semester.
“Ask Mom” began to make its weekly appearance in the fall on the outside patio of Russell House and has continued to be there for students into the spring semester.
Columbia, USC and Benedict College all have celebratory events planned for Black History Month.
Graduate students are given the chance to further their research with the announcement of USC's SPARC grant recipients.
Monday and Tuesday, candidates for the Student Government executive positions and senate seats can file to run for the Feb. 27-28 elections.