In a year defined by the COVID-19 pandemic, many have felt closed indoors, making it difficult to create connections with others. For one UofSC freshman, a miniature Dachshund meant the difference between a distant and close relationship with their community. SGTV News 4 reporter Finn Carlin shows how the strongest bonds can come from anywhere, in any size.
The COVID-19 pandemic brought about both social and financial challenges, hitting small businesses trying to stay on their feet. But, in Columbia, one music shop was able to succeed amidst the struggle with help from the community and the resurgence of vinyl records. SGTV News 4 reporter Calista Pushman tells you why their past is not only their present, but their future.
SGTV Nightly News brings you the latest on all things Columbia and Carolina news, sports and entertainment. On tonight's show, we tell you about new South Carolina education laws, a new university partnership with the MLS, and trivia and entertainment events in the Columbia area.
Inappropriate text messages, unwanted sexual advances and continuous inaction describe the stories of students who have spoken up about the behavior of their professors at UofSC. Though they have been removed from the classroom, these instructors still remain on university payroll, which students say is unacceptable. SGTV News 4 reporter Marisa Gjuraj tells how they are using their voices to demand change.
There's a place on the UofSC campus where students are learning to express themselves in different ways. SGTV News 4 reporter Frank Martinez will take you to a small tunnel, connecting the Darla Moore School of Business to a sciences building, where things are becoming colorful.
SGTV Nightly News brings you the latest on all things Columbia and Carolina news, sports and entertainment. On tonight's show, we tell you about when and where to make a COVID vaccine appointment, the continued reign of the Gamecocks Women’s basketball team and a place on campus that has been turned into a canvas for students.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the University of South Carolina opted against having a traditional spring break in 2021. Despite the circumstances, students are still making the most of their time off this spring. SGTV News 4 Reporter Will Kronsberg has the story.
During a year where many have felt isolated on campus due COVID-19 restrictions, Gamecock Entertainment took it upon themselves to try something bold to give students hope. SGTV News 4 reporter Finn Carlin has the story.
The S.C. Department of Revenue has denied renewing the liquor licenses of eleven out of the fifteen bars in the Five Points District. These small businesses, known to be hotspots for U of SC students, could potentially be at risk of shutting down if their licenses to sell liquor cannot be renewed in the near future. SGTV News 4 reporter Finn Carlin has the story.
SGTV News 4 Reporter Justin Walsh spoke with candidate for Student Body President Aidan Baker, running on the Evolve ticket, to discuss what he hopes to achieve if elected into office. Due to personal reasons, Baker talked with News 4 from his home in Zionsville, Indiana.
SGTV News 4 reporter Justin Walsh spoke with USC Student Body President candidate Alex Harrell, running on the Harrell-Turner ticket, to discuss what he plans to accomplish if elected into office.