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Throughout 2020 and 2021, the USC campus and surrounding Columbia was the site of many protests and demonstrations — some student-led, and some led by outside groups. However, USC has a long history of on-campus protests and activism since its open in 1801.
In a webinar on Wednesday, Charlotte-based reporter and documentary filmmaker Steve Crump spoke about his over-40-year career in journalism, including his coverage of notable figures in the civil rights movements and his approach to race in the field.
The South Caroliniana Library's ongoing renovations, which include fire suppression and extra security for its collection, have changed how it provides access to materials in the meantime, according to library administrators.
Until Nov. 19, the student-led Advocates Against Alzheimer's group is working to fundraise $10,000 for non-profit Leeza's Care Connection, a wellness center that provides information and support to caregivers of dementia patients.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) hosted a walk-through showcase of LGBTQIA+ history and culture at Davis Field on Thursday to kick off LGBT History Month.