Five public relations students are working together on a campaign designed to encourage students to share personal stories.
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.
Columbia's first "cat cafe" — Catitude — opened its doors for the first time on Friday.
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.
No winner was declared for the fifth annual Carolina Clash debate, where College Republicans, College Democrats and College Libertarians discussed topics from South Carolina education to North Korea.
More than 60 percent of USC students felt overwhelming anxiety in the past 12 months, according to the spring 2017 National College Health Assessment Survey. But only 20 percent are diagnosed with or treated for the condition.
"We Who Believe in Freedom: Student Activism in the Civil Rights Movement" was as much about the current generation as the stories of South Carolina's civil rights figures.
Therapist Assisted Online lets students complete exercises at their own pace while still offering personal communication with a counselor.
It’s a week past the midpoint of the semester, and the Residence Hall Association is starting to kick into gear. And with the executive board working together, changes to the constitution seem less and less likely.
As rates of anxiety and depression are increasing among college students, the university aims to raise awareness during Stigma Free USC Week.
Possible changes in the Residence Hall Association bring uncertainty to Student Government.
A recent push by Residence Hall Association President Turner Johnson has caused a flurry of concern within the organization, and major constitutional changes may be on the horizon.
USC's Board of Trustees got updates from its Academic Affairs and Faculty Liaisons, Health Affairs, Intercollegiate Athletics and Buildings and Grounds committees at its September meeting.
University President Harris Pastides' address Tuesday was the culmination of months of effort, both to produce the text and arrange the event.
University President Harris Pastides focused on development and raising the bar for USC in his 10th State of the University speech Tuesday.
For college students battling the effects and stigmas of addiction, the rigors and culture of higher education present a unique set of challenges.
Traditional social sororities and fraternities are just a part of Greek life at USC.
Potential new members received their bids Sunday at Colonial Life Arena, joining the thousands of USC students involved in Greek life.
All across campus, students and families are tackling move-in day and dealing with nerves, excitement and some sadness.