What you need to know on Monday, March 20.
Five years after changing the game with "The Whore of Akron," Esquire veteran Scott Raab shines with another outside-inside look at the Cleveland Cavaliers in his Feb. 28 return to the printed, bound word.
With the sequel hitting shelves earlier this week, Mike Woodel takes a retrospective look at Scott Raab's "The Whore of Akron" and its impact on him about half a decade later.
A motion to extend Faculty Senate voting rights to faculty who are not on track to receive tenure was referred back to committee at Wednesday afternoon’s meeting.
Supporters of HB 3643 hope it will curb an ongoing spate of threats against Jewish community centers. Opponents are worried it will restrict free speech instead.
The number of USC students ending up in the hospital after drinking too much has increased sharply. And campus substance abuse counselors don't yet know why.
A hardened veteran of the minor leagues, USC head ice hockey coach Allan Sirois hit his athletic stride in Florence, South Carolina, of all places.
University issued CarolinaCards will now include the suicide hotline number on the back to promote emergency counseling awareness.
University officials are requesting over $90 million in new funding from the General Assembly for 2017-18, including $71.5 million to to build a new medical school.
As last year’s legislative session came to a close, members of the South Carolina General Assembly pre-filed 556 bills for 2017.
Emily Sue Dawson White, a former USC Athletic Hall of Fame member and well-known administrative assistant, passed away Wednesday.
In the midst of unease surrounding the LGBTQ community in the current political climate, IRIS is hoping to become even more inclusive as they welcome in a diverse new group of officers.
Professors discussed the importance of newsreels in informing people of important events in the wake of the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
USC's Leadership and Service Center is honoring Homelessness Awareness Week with a series of events aimed to educate the public and help collect food for those less fortunate.
Students gathered to discuss life today for Muslim American students as part of Creed and Diversity Week.
People took to the front of the South Carolina Statehouse to make their voices heard in protest of President-elect Donald Trump.
A graduate student in USC's visual arts department took an unconventional stand against chilly classrooms.
With the 2016 presidential election rolling in, USC College Democrats, Republicans and Libertarians came together for a debate of key political issues.
The university recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October to educate students on warning signs and on-campus resources.
"It's On Us" started off their Week of Action with a kickball tournament aimed at creating bonds between student organizations that can lead to fruitful discussions about sexual assault.