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A player sits in a chair — their head swiveling behind a headset. Behind their goggles, a red button appears and a voice instructs them to press it. The user's breathing slows as they enter the virtual reality world, melting their outside stress away.
Walk to Remember, an event hosted by USC's Jewish Fraternity AEPi, focused on commemorating Holocaust Remembrance Day this year as well as highlighting growing concerns about a rise in anti-Semitism and lack of Holocaust education.
USC researchers are working with Still Hopes retirement community in West Columbia to measure walking patterns and develop new technology that will help clinicians better care for the elderly.
University of South Carolina fans rallied together to prepare for the rivalry game against Clemson on Monday night at the annual tiger burn event at the practice fields outside Williams-Brice Stadium.
Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi), the Jewish fraternity on USC’s campus, developed its mental health program, “Good and Welfare,” to introduce new members to the fraternity’s supportive community.