Hundreds of people gathered at the Horseshoe on Feb. 6, 2015, to remember professor Raja Fayad who was shot to death by his ex-wife, Sunghee Kwon, the day before in the Arnold Public Health Research Center.
Featured in today's In Brief is President Obama's visit to Benedict College, cadets leaving the Citadel during a hazing investigation, and a judge that stopped S.C. State's President from being fired.
Today's In Brief features an assistant principal who had sex with a student, a heath care company that was hacked, and an embezzlement trial.
Today's In Brief features Keith Olbermann's suspended from ESPN, Jeb Bush's plan to visit South Carolina and a chemical spill in Lexington.
Students were invited to come to the horseshoe on Feb. 24 at 10:45 a.m. for “Coffee Talk on the 'Shoe,” an event funded by the Office of Student Affairs and Vice Provost.
Monday night in the Discover building, 20 people gathered in the kitchen for a cooking class hosted by Columbia’s Cooking!
USC is a community, a family even. Whether it be at football games, graduation ceremonies or times of tragedy, Gamecocks come together and support one another.
Today's in brief includes a the need to fix a leaking landfill, the sale of Girl Scout cookies and Representative Jim Clyburn's ideas to fix SC State.
Today's in brief includes Vice President Joe Biden's visit to Columbia, a student's efforts to keep SC State open and a man faced with attempted murder charges.
Brian Samples’ slogan for his campaign for Vice President is “Approve a leader for a better Carolina.”
Ever since Jonathan Holt was a child, he's been enamored with politics.
Bob Simon, a 60 Minutes correspondent and CBS News foreign reporter, died Wednesday night in a car accident, CBS News reported.
Wednesday night marked the start of the first session of the Discover Seminar program.
Today's In Brief includes the deaths of three UNC Chapel Hill students, the South Carolina House passing an abortion bill, and the death of a Greenville teacher.
Today's In Brief features the suspension of Brian Williams, a bill that would require S.C. high schoolers to take civics test, and a S.C. House budget panel's vote to close South Carolina State University for two years.
College of Charleston students received an alert about a bomb threat Tuesday and were evacuated from campus buildings.
Friday night, President Harris Pastides sent an email to members of USC's community in regards to Thursday's murder-suicide.
A large number of students, faculty, staff, administrators and friends came together at the Maxcy Monument to honor the victim of the Public School of Health shooting with a candlelight vigil. In the middle of the crowd, the atmosphere was somber and reflective.
Today's in brief includes the suspension of Clemson's chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon, a train crash resulting in a chemical spill and a man arrested for impersonating a police officer.
The 12th annual Carolina Day brought faculty, students and alumni together to lobby at the Statehouse Wednesday morning for higher education funding.