As you prepare to say goodbye, forever or just for the summer, think about all the good things that have happened on campus in your time here and all the memories made.
The United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres will deliver special remarks at one of the University of South Carolina's commencement ceremonies, according to a press release from the university.
The first weekend of October 2016, College of Charleston students evacuated their campus and settled for a long weekend at USC to wait out Hurricane Matthew.
Get the latest updates on the major storm passing through the University of South Carolina.
After a long wait, University President Harris Pastides announced the details Friday morning on Twitter for a free Darius Rucker concert on April 5 at Colonial Life Arena.
"I hope I’m tired by this time next year,” Student Body President-elect Ross Lordo said. “I think if you’re not tired by the end of it you didn’t do the job well enough.”
Even though Goodreau certainly isn’t a traditional student, there’s something in her that everyone can relate to. She came from out of state. She’s changed her major twice. She’s part of a minority on campus. She’s struggled with mental health.
Princeton professor Christopher Achen presented a different view on the success of the democratic system in the annual Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society Lecture.
The faculty senate will vote on a measure to allow non-tenure track faculty to cast votes at meetings.
The last time Zaid Alibadi saw his sister was three years ago when he was working for the U.S.
This year's list of candidates for Student Government elections contains a record number of students running for senate positions at the same time as a drop in the number of students running for executive positions.
USC and Clemson student governments hope to start a new period of more student involvement in state government, beginning with their Wednesday release of the Student Higher Education Report and Honor Roll.
Despite limited foreign policy experience, Gov. Nikki Haley accepted President-elect Donald Trump's nomination as U.N. ambassador.
Managing editor Larissa Johnson walks you through what happens when you get hit by a car on campus.
A student from Ohio recounts her South Carolina State Fair culture shock.
College of Charleston students evacuated their campus and settled for a long weekend at USC to wait out Hurricane Matthew.
The student-run volunteer organization created last October during the historic flooding has begun to remobilize in order to serve the Carolina community in the case of damage caused by Hurricane Matthew.
The College of Arts and Sciences has a projected carry-forward of zero into the next fiscal year. New arts and sciences Dean Lacy Ford is implementing various reforms and cuts so that the college can begin to create reserves again.
The emergency response program at USC is halting its use of live pigs following a federal complaint from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
With Hispanic Heritage Month starting Sept. 15, Latina leaders emphasize the importance of awareness about the Latin American in Columbia.