Students have mixed reactions to resident mentor results being released.
NEDA sponsors a walk on USC's campus in order to raise money and promote recovery among students.
New organization Garnet Givers brings blood drive to students due to shortage of blood in South Carolina.
Alumni returned to the McNair Institute to share what they have learned about entrepreneurship and to promote themselves.
Chief Officer of Communication Wes Hickman tells The Daily Gamecock what the protocols are for the university administration in times of crisis.
Ross Lordo and Nick Santamaria speak before a house subcommittee to help push forward bill giving the Student Body President the ability to vote with the School Board of Trustees.
On Jan. 21, after six months of work, the annual "Freedom Rings: An Artistic Celebration of the Life of Martin Luther King Jr." event used art to celebrate the legacy of MLK.
The Office of Sustainability and the EcoReps promote the importance of repurposing and reusing items at the Give It Up For Good winter sale.
USC spent $7,835,156 on out-of-state travel in the last fiscal year, largely on trips to promote international programs the university offers.
Students looking for ways to serve for Service Saturday find opportunities at the Habitat for Humanity: ReStore.
Students who took part in the study abroad section of University 101 return from Quebec City after fall break with a newly formed bond.
The Study Abroad office and University 101 program collaborates to create a unique opportunity for students to travel to Canada over fall break to study a new culture.
A new campaign to encourage safe transportation practices is directed at students on the move.
As the fall semester nears its midpoint, Parents Weekend gives parents and students a chance to come together for a few days.