Governor Nikki Haley emerged with Lieutenant Governor Henry McMaster in tow at 10 p.m. on Nov. 4, 2014, to the tune of supporters chanting “four more years.”
In December 2014, about 200 students — black, white, male, female — marched from Greene Street to the Statehouse in a line that stretched a city block.
USC won 14 awards at the American Advertising Awards competition on Feb. 22, 2014. The event was part of the American Advertising Federation’s annual competition, the largest of its type in the world.
Today's in brief features a fifth arrest in a sex ring case, the death of a South Carolina native Nobel prize winner, and the clearing of civil rights demonstrators' sentences.
500 Huger St Housing will be at an all time high over the next few years for Columbia.
This week's briefs include two juveniles being charged with arson, a man charged with having an explosive device in his home and a new conduct code for state employees.
When Shahan Din saw restaurant employees throwing out all of the leftover food last summer, he knew there was a better use for it.
After a year as a tobacco-free campus, Dennis Pruitt, vice president for student affairs and vice provost and dean of students, is planning to move into the assessment phase to see how this policy change has impacted the university community and to see “how our culture has changed.”
Today's briefs include a environment cleanup project, a fatal Snapchat message and a video leading to the suspension of a police officer.
Columbia and USC could use a few things this year.
News-related things not welcome back in 2015
This week's briefs include a new university policy on illegally parked cars, an ex-senator facing up to 15 years in prison and a fire truck rolling off a mountain during its response to a crash.
Phi Gamma Delta will colonize on USC's campus this semester after the fraternity was selected to join the Greek community two years ago
After serving seven years in the Air Force, coming to USC was a strange experience for Danielle Goodreau.
While most students were ready to head home right after exams, some gave up a week of their break to volunteer on an alternative winter break trip.
Charles Bierbauer, dean of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, took a step into what will open as the school’s new building in fall 2015.
The most expensive event Carolina Productions is bringing to campus this semester is the annual Campus MovieFest, in which students are provided with all of the equipment to produce a movie in one week.
The CarolinaCard Office will now be offering rewards to students for using Carolina Cash on campus.
On Oct. 16, 2014, Cayce resident Christian Allen Matthews joined the USC thread on Yik Yak and posted the comment, “Downvote me all you want. People will still die.”
This week's briefs include Nikki Haley's plans for the new years, an SC native's new role on a television series and a Paris solidarity march.