After seven years, the Richard Greener Committee is readying to reveal their work on a statue to commemorate USC's first African American professor.
The City of Columbia will be voting in the municipal elections on Nov. 7, but most students were not aware of its existence.
After a year off, Alpha Gamma Delta and Theta Chi teamed up to make a float for this year's homecoming.
Alpha Delta Pi and Phi Sigma Kappa won this year's Homecoming Cup through a win in the banner competition and an eagerness to participate in other Homecoming events.
Get the details on Thursday, Friday and Saturday events, which continue the "Life in Garnet and Black" Homecoming week of 2017.
During LGBT History Month and beyond, USC students remain involved with the LGBTQ community.
South Carolina Pride, Columbia's annual parade and festival, drew large crowds to Main Street in celebration and solidarity.
It's flu season again, and USC is ramping up for another year of vaccinations.
Look back on the history of one of the Horseshoe's iconic buildings, dating back to 1805.
USC has joined a nationwide effort to educate citizens about railway safety during the week of Sept. 25.
USC is home to many students from many different cultures, and this month OMSA is celebrating students who come from Hispanic cultures around the world.
With 9/11 on our minds, USC has prepared its biggest memorial service week to date.
Natalie S. Burke spoke to members of the School of Public Health on Tuesday the 18th about equity and diversity in America.
The organization Dear World partnered with USC and encouraged students to share their stories with the world through portraits.
South Carolina's first bond bill since 2001 is in doubt after a veto threat from Gov. Henry McMaster. Student Body President Ross Lordo and counterparts at Clemson and College of Charleston want the governor to reconsider.
The USC College of Nursing hosted a mass casualty exercise in order to train nurses for mass casualty incidents, while testing a new app designed to expedite the triage process in emergency rooms.
Kimberly Medina has been honored as the 2017 Outstanding Woman of the Year.
The newly elected Student government was officially sworn into office at the inauguration.
Chef Richard van der Horst is cooking traditional dishes from the Netherlands for USC students around campus.
Mental health faculty member discusses the increase in resources and awareness for mental health on campus.