Governor McMaster declares April 25 as South Carolina Dance Marathon Day.
Following Clemson's fall to Gamecock men's tennis, USC is up 8-5 in the Certified SC Grown Palmetto Series against their rivals.
Columbia's public safety committee, after multiple public hearings, has decided that closing bars at 2 a.m. may not solve behavior problems in entertainment districts and surrounding neighborhoods.
One arrest has been made in connection with a shooting that injured three men in Five Points early Sunday morning.
Mills Hayes, a third-year broadcast journalism student, won the run-off student body vice presidential election with 59.5 percent of the vote, and she reflects on her love for people, family and positive energy as she looks forward to her new position.
The Student Government Elections Commission aims to increase awareness about the write-in candidacy process.
Over 8,400 students cast a vote for executive positions in Student Government. Two races have gone to run-off elections.
Community members weigh in on city proposal for elimination of permits that allow bars to be open past 2 a.m.
USC police recovered unlikely items from a purple Disney princess backpack last Thursday.
After city council proposed to close down Columbia's bars at 2 a.m. every night, the public safety committee held a town hall to hear the concerns of residents, leaders and bar employees.
Student Body Vice President Dani Goodreau submitted a letter of resignation to Student Body President Ross Lordo on Wednesday evening immediately after the weekly student senate meeting.
Columbia, USC and Benedict College all have celebratory events planned for Black History Month.
Grassroots activists in the South Carolina LGBTQ movement served on a panel to discuss the book in which their stories can be read: "Southern Perspectives on the Queer Movement: Committed to Home."
Several students walked away from a community dialogue about a racially charged incident on campus still looking for answers to questions regarding what is going to be done.
Students and spectators gathered Tuesday for the grand opening of a new, full-service Starbucks in Thomas Cooper Library.
A racist message was placed over a history display in Gambrell Hall Tuesday morning.
From the Board of Trustees to the bars in Five Points, students' actions and voices are key factors in how local and state officials run things.
Following a switch from parent company Sodexo to Aramark, UofSC Dining implemented changes to the legendary Chicken Finger Wednesday.
The effects of Hurricane Harvey hit close to home for some members of the USC community, and they are preparing drives and other relief efforts to help Houston recover.