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Students who are registered for face-to-face or hybrid classes or plan to use on-campus resources will be required to take a coronavirus test prior to returning to campus and once every 30 days during the semester, according to an email from university President Bob Caslen on Monday.
University president Bob Caslen, during a Graduate Student Association meeting Friday night, said a plan is in development for required monthly COVID-19 testing of students during the spring 2021 semester.
USC’s Healthy Carolina initiative started the Mental Health Ambassadors program to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health by having students talk to each other about it.
Friday’s COVID-19 dashboard update saw 97 total active COVID-19 cases on campus, up from Tuesday’s 88.
The student senate passed a recommendation at its meeting Wednesday that commencement for Spring 2021 be held in Williams-Brice Stadium.
The student senate passed a recommendation to adopt a pass/fail grading scale for this semester during its meeting on Wednesday.
Friday’s COVID-19 dashboard update saw USC facing 58 total active COVID-19 cases.
The School of Music held a series of concerts focused on registering voters on Greene Street Thursday.
Tuesday’s COVID-19 dashboard update brought a first this semester: The university’s isolation and quarantine units are completely empty.
College is, for most, a time full of uncertainty. Class selection, career prospects and housing all raise questions about the best path forward, not to mention the many social spheres that college students must navigate. I personally have changed degrees, left clubs to join new ones and even drastically rethought my own future while at USC.
USC student Zachery Williams is in Columbia Police Department (CPD) custody after a fatal shooting on Senate Street Sunday morning.
As soon as you enter the unassuming sub shop across the street from the Horseshoe, you get the sense that Beezer’s Gourmet Sandwich Shop has a unique culture to it.
There are 170 active cases of COVID-19 at the University of South Carolina, according to Friday’s COVID-19 dashboard update. The dashboard has also been changed to include new information, such as the number of recovered individuals.
With many reaffirming statements regarding the university’s functionality in the pandemic, the Board of Trustees met Friday to discuss the state of the university and to approve several projects.
The student senate discussed concerns about meal delivery and quantity of food for students in the quarantine and isolation dorms on Wednesday. Free speech on campus and the university's preparation for COVID-19 was also addressed.
This piece is the second part of coverage for Friday’s Black Lives Matter marches. Click here to read the first part.
The National Action Network (NAN) and Black Lives Matter South Carolina (BLMSC) led a series of marches and protests Friday against the shooting of Jacob Blake.
The Student Senate discussed the instigations by anti-BLM protesters and the changes to the Student Government budget in its first meeting of the semester on Wednesday.
USC athletics alumni, including Natasha Hastings, Cheslie Kryst and Marcus Lattimore, called for the Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center’s name to change at Friday’s meeting of the Presidential Commission on University History.
The new leaders of USC’s Graduate Student Association (GSA) hosted a virtual retreat for their first meeting Monday night.