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Events are hosted throughout the week of MLK Day in order to help students celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and serve the community.
Women leaders in the Columbia area hosted a discussion forum at Richland Library about sexual harassment culture.
A USC student died from injuries sustained in a collision on Rosewood Drive.
Vista Lights brought together students, families and businesses from across Columbia for a celebration of the start of the holiday season.
USC honored veterans throughout campus and the City of Columbia during Veterans Day weekend.
The City of Columbia will be voting in the municipal elections on Nov. 7, but most students were not aware of its existence.
Students looking for ways to serve for Service Saturday find opportunities at the Habitat for Humanity: ReStore.
Two USC students are getting the opportunity to further their graduate studies abroad next year with help from the local Rotary district, fourth-year public health student Ryan Anderson and first-year graduate student Rachel Lunsford.
South Carolina Pride, Columbia's annual parade and festival, drew large crowds to Main Street in celebration and solidarity.
A rumor about the Carolina/Clemson rivalry set off a chain of events that has led to thousands of dollars in charitable donations.
News writer Arunmani Phravorachith shares her experience at one of USC's biggest fall events, College Day at the South Carolina State Fair.
USC students enjoyed the South Carolina State Fair's food, rides and atmosphere as part of the Fair's "'college day."
USC students were among the panelists at this year's Trans*form forum, a part of LGBT History Month.
Two new historical markers in downtown Columbia detail the city's role in the Civil Rights Movement.
Even though the election isn't until 2018, the race to be South Carolina's next governor is in full swing.
Susan Cutter, Distinguished Carolina professor of geography, looks at Columbia's progress on the anniversary of two years of historic flooding.
Parents Weekend can give your family insight into your college life, but some aspects of campus life aren't necessarily the best for having your parents tag along.
USC students were some of the many Columbia residents shocked by the shooting that wounded eight people in the Vista early Saturday.
Shots rang out early Saturday morning in Columbia's Vista district, injuring eight people and leading to four arrests.