USC’s History Center opened a discussion on the civil rights movement with two public talks from Martha Noonan, prominent female African-American civil rights activist, on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Nine apps were presented at the USC Entrepreneurship Club's second annual event.
Friday's event was held by USC's own Rule of Law Collaborative and featured panelists involved in both law enforcement and the study of law.
Nearly 16 months after construction began, the addition to Thomson Student Health Center is beginning to take shape.
A USC student will interview for one of the most prestigious public service fellowships in the world.
"Brinner is Served" edition of USC’s Healthy Carolina initiative Gamecocks Eat Well teaches students how to make low-cost, healthy breakfast for dinner to promote healthy eating habits.
Ngozi Chukwueke works toward initiatives for Gamecock Gateway students and increasing their involvement on campus.
The ballot for the upcoming Student Government election Feb. 14-15 will contain not only the candidates for executive and senate positions, but also a referendum to add a new executive position — speaker of the student senate.
National Christian fraternity BYX is the newest addition to USC Greek Life.
The holiday season officially arrived on campus Thursday with the ceremonial lighting of the campus Christmas tree.
USC students, graduates and Gamecock fans gathered at Greene Street fields to fuel the fire of the Carolina vs. Clemson rivalry.
USC Proving Ground wrapped up its entrepreneurial competition Thursday night at the Darla Moore School of Business.
One USC student is about to head to Atlanta to interview for one of the most prestigious scholarships in the world.
Michael LaForgia, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and USC alumnus, gave a lecture on Wednesday night encouraging aspiring journalists to continue pursuing investigative journalism despite the declining availability of jobs in the industry.
Student Government's "It's On Us" committee hosted a panel discussion about sexual assault as presented in the media on Tuesday evening.
Five cases of a contagious virus have caused concern on campus, but officials say the numbers aren't out of the ordinary.
USC's rapid growth in recent decades has led to a spike in international and exchange students adding new perspectives to the Carolina family.
Several students have moved out of Bates House after a mold outbreak.
Lead the Way continued its voter education panel series Tuesday night with a discussion of the relationship between media and politics.