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Recently, public figures such as Ye, the artist formerly known as Kanye West, and Kyrie Irving have taken to social media to share antisemitic rhetoric, leaving members of the Jewish community in Columbia disappointed but unsurprised. Members of the community said allyship from non-Jewish people and communication are important ways to combat antisemitism.
The reigning Miss Outfest has always loved performing. From participating in color guard to majoring in music education in college to becoming a stand-in show director, Gouda Judy has journeyed a long way.
Bobby Donaldson, the founding executive director of the Center for Civil Rights History and Research and an associate professor, was named the first James E. and Emily E. Clyburn Endowed Chair of Public Service and Civil Engagement on Thursday.
A panel held at the Darla Moore School of Business on Thursday discussed the positive and negative impacts artificial intelligence (AI) could have on the future of fields such as medicine, education and criminal justice.
South Carolina has come a long way in terms of being more politically accepting of the LGBTQIA+ community. Nekki Shutt, an attorney who helped legalize same-sex marriage in the state, said she remembers worrying about her safety at a pride march in the 1980s.
Donna Arnett has prioritized communicating above all else since officially beginning her role as provost on Aug. 1.
USC faculty and staff have come together in an effort to advocate for a bill that would provide paid parental leave at the university.
Protestors in support of Ukraine gathered at the Statehouse on Saturday, April 2, which concluded with a walk through downtown Columbia to the governor's mansion.
Students graduating this spring have witnessed numerous changes in the position of university president since 2018, and say they are now looking for a president who prioritizes integrity.
30 to 40 students attended the student senate meeting on Feb. 23 as the senate discussed the use of derogatory rhetoric by members of USC’s Turning Point USA chapter in a group chat last week.
Students and activists gathered outside of the South Carolina Statehouse on Feb. 17 to protest two bills moving through the S.C. Senate, including one which could impose a total ban on abortions.
Introducing a bill to end USC's mask mandate in university buildings was the main point of tension during the student senate's Feb. 9 meeting.