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The Party for Socialism and Liberation held a rally on Greene Street on Wednesday to call for an end to bigotry, the rejection of fascism and the abolition of a capitalistic society in response to a perceived threat of gun violence the group received at an interest meeting on April 3.
The Party for Socialism and Liberation Carolinas announced in a statement on Instagram Thursday that a student threatened attendees with an act of gun violence at an anti-racist event they held Monday in Russell House.
Three top university positions were filled at the beginning of the 2022-2023 academic year — including university President Michael Amiridis, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Donna Arnett and Vice President for Student Affairs and Academic Support Rex Tolliver.
The Daily Gamecock partnered with SGTV to moderate the Student Government executive office candidate’s debate Wednesday night at the Russell House ballroom.
Abrianna Reaves, the only candidate for student body vice president, wants to approach the role from an outside perspective as a candidate that is relatively new to Student Government.
The Daily Gamecock spoke with 40 STEM students to see how their professors handle students' mental health. Among these students, The Daily Gamecock found that they have differing opinions on these professors: Some felt that STEM professors added to their stress, making current struggles even more difficult, while others had positive feelings towards their professors.
Rex Tolliver, USC's vice president for Student Affairs and Academic Support, is working to reorganize mental health resources by implementing an associate vice president for student health and well-being.
With assistance from the South Carolina Department of Transportation, the University of South Carolina is working on a new streetscape project centered around Columbia’s South Main Street. The program aims to invigorate the area with new bike lanes, wider sidewalks, trees and more.
USC's School of Medicine has been working to help address health disparities in South Carolina that were recently emphasized by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control's (SCDHEC) 2022 health report.
The South Carolina women's basketball team wrapped up its second championship season in five years among a cacophony of horns, drums and chants at the Target Center in Minneapolis this April.
Verizon recently partnered with USC innovation labs to use the company's 5G Networks for data connection between individuals, partner labs and technology. The collaboration will provide students with valuable experiences with industry-standard technology.
University officials attended Imagine Carolina on Sunday to listen to students and understand what changes they want to see on campus.
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.
A new app and website that add onto USC's existing mental health resources are now live.
Some COVID-19 protocols are being rolled back from last semester as the pandemic enters its third year. Now, the university is beginning to look to respond to the new threat of monkeypox as the case count increases.
Student Body Vice President Maia Porzio has noticed a common struggle among students throughout her time at USC.
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.
The Carolina Socialists held a protest against USC's mask-optional policy on the Horseshoe on Thursday, March 31. The group said they wanted to emphasize the voices of those at USC who are at-risk.
Three finalist candidates have been named for the Provost position at USC. The candidates are Donna Arnett, Valerie Kinloch and Sacha Kopp, according to a statement released on the university's website.
Black students make up 10.2% at USC of the student body and remain a minority on a campus with a history of racism and discrimination.