USC students and alumni came together Monday night to watch the Clemson tiger go up in flames.
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Fliers saying "It's OK to be white," part of a national effort by online message boards, have started appearing on USC's campus as of Monday morning.
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Stephen Breyer will address December graduates at commencement ceremonies on Dec. 18.
Student Health Services can't fill the needs of every student without increasing fees, so students dealing with more serious conditions or suicidal thoughts often have to turn to outside resources.
USC's Buildings and Grounds Committee approved renovations of four campus properties, two smaller projects and a building name change at Friday's meeting.
A USC student died from injuries sustained in a collision on Rosewood Drive.
USCPD Major T.J. Geary worked with faculty and other members of the campus community to teach critical lessons about safety during active shooter situations.
Vista Lights brought together students, families and businesses from across Columbia for a celebration of the start of the holiday season.
Five public relations students are working together on a campaign designed to encourage students to share personal stories.
Charitable events like the Carolina-Clemson Blood Drive and Sigma Nu Game Ball Run are time-honored aspects of the Palmetto State's fiercest rivalry.
USC student JP Prodoehl created his own nonprofit to help provide affordable medical care at home and abroad.
CreateAthon teams found out which project won "Best of Show" and which won a billboard in downtown Columbia.
An app developed by an Ole Miss student two years ago has spread to over 70 campuses, including USC.
Identical bills to get a student vote on USC's Board of Trustees are now active in both chambers of South Carolina's legislature.
Just about 3,200 students at USC use counseling services in a year. Even with more counselors than the national average, wait times are inevitable, Director of Counseling and Psychiatry Warrenetta Mann says.
USCPD's self-defense classes help students learn different self-defense tactics while maintaining confidence in high-stress situations.
USC honored veterans throughout campus and the City of Columbia during Veterans Day weekend.
A pair of USC alums put one of the biggest days of their lives in the hands of fellow Gamecocks.
Students, faculty and staff came together Thursday night to remember fellow Carolinians lost to suicide and provide a measure of comfort to those still struggling with mental health.
By the end of the hour-long rally Wednesday night, white puffs of breath were coming from the huddled group on the State House grounds. But Columbia Organizing For Action and the dozens of people that came out to support the Dream Act weren't deterred by the cold or the rain.