In celebration of William Shakespeare's birthday USC theatre performances and cake will be featured in front of Thomas Cooper Library.
After weeks of planning and fundraising, USC Relay For Life will hold its main event at 7 p.m. on Friday at Blatt Field.
Fourth-year marine science student Riley Brady has been awarded a graduate fellowship through the Department of Energy and Computational Science, which he plans to use to pursue a career researching sustainability and Earth's climate.
As women's basketball looks to win their second SEC Tournament in as many years, students and fans will have the chance to send the team off with a free pep rally.
The 2016 USC Dance Marathon will take place Saturday from 10 a.m. to midnight at Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center. This year's goal is $600,119, nearly $100,000 more than the event raised last year.
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is coming to South Carolina on Tuesday to visit with Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and mothers who have lost their children to gun violence or police incidents.
Democratic presidential candidates will take questions from the audience in a town hall hosted by CNN on USC's campus.
Student body presidential candidate Michael Parks discusses his experience, his platform and his inspirations.
2016 presidential candidates will swarm South Carolina in the coming days as the state's "first in the South" primaries draw near.
The Student Government executive debate will take place on Tuesday in the Russell House Ballroom at 7 p.m. Students will be able to learn about candidates' platforms before the elections next week.
Former President Bill Clinton will spend Wednesday campaigning on behalf of his wife Hillary Clinton in Columbia.
University of South Carolina student Hayley King, who was caught on camera tampering with multiple containers of her roommates’ food in early 2015, has elected to enter a pre-trial intervention program rather than go to trial where she could face the maximum sentence of 20 years for the charges made against her.
January is National Mentoring Month, a holiday observed with reverence by Lexington-Richland School District 5. It brings attention to the importance of mentors in student communities.
As part of the nationally recognized Stalking Awareness Month, Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention and Prevention (SAVIP) has partnered with on- and off-campus organizations to put on a stalking awareness informational and resource event on Monday, Jan. 25.
University Housing is sponsoring the Tunnel of Awareness 2016 series for the third consecutive year at USC.
For the past 30 years, the passionate South Carolina-Clemson rivalry has extended beyond the football field and into philanthropic domain with the annual South Carolina-Clemson blood drive competition.
Does money spent towards campaigning directly influence the chance a candidate has to win?
During Monday’s Fraternity Council meeting, the council voted to pass or veto proposed changes made to the Council by-laws.
A Diversity Dialogue was held as part of the Creed and Diversity Week celebration. It was called 'Social Justice in Greek Life' and focused on the achievements and failings of Greek organizations at USC.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Carolinian Creed. In light of the Creed’s long standing presence on campus, the Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity and the Carolina Judicial Council (CJC) sponsored a weeklong celebration in its honor: Creed & Diversity Week.