Former graduate student Allison Dunavant is suing the university and her former professor.
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Ainsley Earhardt, alumna of the USC journalism school, returns to campus for a live broadcast of Fox & Friends.
Board of Trustees begins considering whether to revoke Bill Cosby's honorary degree.
Student Government continues to promote their bill to get a student vote on the Board of Trustees.
The student government executives have established a cabinet and a communications team since their inauguration on April 3rd, and are looking forward to the rest of their term.
Some students and professor say they feel stressed during the school year, but others say they don't feel stress at all.
Governor McMaster declares April 25 as South Carolina Dance Marathon Day.
Garnet Circle's Annual Ring Ceremony honors alumni and soon-to-be alumni with class rings.
Laura Kissel has been at USC for 20 years and has dedicated much of that time to helping undergraduate students with research and finding their calling.
Following Clemson's fall to Gamecock men's tennis, USC is up 8-5 in the Certified SC Grown Palmetto Series against their rivals.
A panel and documentary screening in the Russell House Theater on April 16 discussed coral reefs.
The Daily Gamecock was among various collegiate papers from across the Palmetto State recognized by the South Carolina Press Association.
Students are rewarded by faculty and staff for their achievements in academics, service and leadership.
Awards Day rewards high-achieving seniors for their dedication to leadership, service and academics.
The first annual Give 4 Garnet raised money for different programs and schools throughout the university.
ED2010 invited former Cosmopolitan editor Amy Odell to speak to a room full of female students about her experiences writing and editing.
In honor of sexual assault awareness month, the Clothesline Project gives the Carolina community a chance to have serious conversation in a safe environment.
Student Body President Taylor Wright laid the groundwork and set the tone for his cabinet's next year in Student Government.
Severe thunderstorm weather rolled into Lexington and Richland counties, causing thousands of outages.
Undergraduate English Society Ink! held a literary conference for students to discuss their passion for literature and to share their writing.