Student Body President Ross Lordo is gearing up for a fight to get a student vote on the University's Board of Trustees.
The "class of the eclipse" was formally welcomed to USC Wednesday morning at the annual New Student Convocation ceremony.
After months of anticipation and planning, the 2017 solar eclipse darkened the Columbia sky for just over two minutes on Monday.
August's Board of Trustees meeting brought changes to President Harris Pastides' pay and gave student body President Ross Lordo a chance to advocate for one of his campaign promises.
The Center for Health and Well-Being offers several new services, including massage chairs, an optometry clinic and a revamped physical therapy area.
Tom Reichert, former head of advertising and public relations at the University of Georgia, will take over as dean of the University of South Carolina College of Information and Communications.
Students living in residence halls spent much of the aftermath of the historic October 2015 flooding in Columbia dealing with a lack of city water service.
Everything you need to know about this year's May graduation ceremonies.
The effect of Gamecock basketball's unprecedented post-season run could be felt throughout Gamecock football's annual Garnet and Black Spring Game.
Chelsea Evans' election to the head of the South Carolina Law Review is historic, but she's no stranger to high achievement.
Second-year law student Chelsea Evans will serve as the South Carolina Law Review's first African-American editor-in-chief.
Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss, the stepsister of Anne Frank, told her story of triumph over tragedy to students from across the Palmetto State for this year's President's Leadership Dialogue.
Anne Frank's stepsister, a Holocaust survivor and celebrated author in her own right, will share her story of advocacy Monday as part of the President's Leadership Dialogue.
Sitting Vice President Ross Lordo and his "Momentum" ticket were victorious in the 2017 Student Government elections.
Hundreds turned out at the Statehouse on Tuesday evening for a protest against recent immigration policies enacted by President Donald Trump.
On International Remembrance Day, "Holocaust Remembered" hopes to educate South Carolinians about the states own history with the systematic murder of more than six million Jews as a means of preventing future genocides.
A brief summary of five news stories that may have passed you by during the winter holidays.
The longtime president of South Carolina public broadcasting will step down in the near future, the officer accused of killing an African American man in Charlotte won't face charges, and a Sumter church suffered over $2,000 in damages after being vandalized.
Everything you need to know about what's happening on campus in the coming days.
This upcoming spring will involve a big first in the form of a new arrival at Riverbanks Zoo.