In honor of sexual assault awareness month, the Clothesline Project gives the Carolina community a chance to have serious conversation in a safe environment.
Put on by the school of music, a musical tribute to Richard T. Greener gave audience members a chance to see further into how Greener persevered during a time of adversity.
Students who received an Outstanding Senior award have shown major achievement in service, leadership, academics and research.
A hospitality class at USC was able to give one couple a wedding that took place in Columbia at 701 Whaley.
The College of Engineering and Computing proposed a $1500 per semester increase in full-time student fees.
Richard T. Greener was the first African-American professor to teach at USC and a statue in his honor was placed just east of the Thomas Cooper Library.
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.
“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.
The annual Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony brought students together for the holiday season and celebrated the accomplishments of the Carolina Cares Drive put on by the Carolina Service Council.
Under the proposed GOP tax bill, graduate students will be required to pay income tax on tuition waivers.
News writer Arunmani Phravorachith shares her experience at one of USC's biggest fall events, College Day at the South Carolina State Fair.