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Dozens of students participated in a campus-wide walkout Monday afternoon to protest university inaction on issues concerning minority students at USC. Organized by USC 2020 Vision, the students gathered at the foot of Longstreet Theatre at approximately 11:00 p.m., dressed in all black.
Student group USC 2020 Vision held a campus-wide walkout in November to protest university inaction on a variety of social issues, producing a list of 12 demands directed at university officials.
On-campus drug violations reports rose dramatically last year, according to the university’s 2015 Annual Security Report released earlier this month.
Rounding off the events of Pride Week, the annual South Carolina
Pride Parade and Festival is, by some measure, the largest public celebration of the LGBTQ community in the state, drawing in tens of thousands over the course
of a single day.
UPDATE: The Court of Impeachment, the temporary body overseeing impeachment proceedings against Student Body President Jonathan Kaufman, has recommended that Kaufman be acquitted on all charges.
I am sitting in the back seat of a Jeep Laredo with a staff photographer and his girlfriend as we speed out of the blasted Midlands tree line and toward sunny Georgia sky.
The Hub at Columbia was wracked by flooding Wednesday afternoon, some days after a hurricane-induced weather event struck most of the state. A water main break occurred on the second floor of the building.
Over 2,500 people have signed up to volunteer with UofSCRelief, according to the group's founder, third-year sociology and Russian student Cory Alpert.
While all Tuesday classes at USC have been canceled, there are still valuable resources provided by the university that will be up and running for students.
Student Government Chief of Staff Trey Byars has resigned to work full-time for Marco Rubio's presidential campaign, according to Student Government Communications Director Charlotte Price.
Charges to impeach Student Body President Jonathan Kaufman were submitted Wednesday morning, according to the office of Student Body Vice President Lee Goble. The submission, penned by Kirby, alleges that Kaufman failed to nominate an Elections Commissioner two weeks after his March inauguration.
President Harris Pastides took up his role as USC's president in 2008, and very few know more about the university than he does. The Daily Gamecock asked him a few questions that we think you might be wondering, too.
Tim Bryson, the first black Fraternity Council president in the school's history, was officially impeached and removed from his position as Fraternity Council President Monday night.
Jonathan Withrow officially resigned from his position as Vice President of Conduct Monday evening, lambasting the majority of the chapter presidents for failing to protect the health and safety of new members.
Darius Rucker and Mark Bryan, former members of the hit band Hootie & the Blowfish, will play a “brief performance” at the School of Journalism and Mass Communications’ New Building Dedication ceremony on Wednesday at 6 p.m., according to College of Information and Communications Dean Charles Bierbauer. It will take place at the foot of the Horseshoe, near Sumter St.
Fraternity Council President Tim Bryson and Vice President of Conduct Jonathan Withrow will be recommended for dismissal Monday, according to an email received by The Daily Gamecock.
In an email sent Thursday evening, Peter Brews, dean of the Darla Moore School of Business, said that he is looking for ways to return free copies of The Wall Street Journal to the school.
Student Senate passed a bill Wednesday evening requiring all Student Government members to take Safe Zone ally training, to be put into effect next year.
Student Senate will debate a bill Wednesday evening which would, if passed, require Student Government members to complete Safe Zone ally training — a program offered by the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) designed to inform students about issues affecting LGBTQ individuals.