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USC students are often targeted by scam and phishing emails in their school email inboxes. The university has taken steps to try and limit the number of scam emails reaching students, but students are still vulnerable to falling for the ones they do receive.
David Banush was selected as the new Dean of University Libraries on Thursday. Banush will begin his position starting Nov. 1.
The Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) highlighted its five chapters at their annual MGC Showcase on March 31 in the Russell House Ballroom.
Atlantic hurricane season doesn't always disturb USC's Columbia campus, but hurricanes Florence and Dorian both shook up the schedule. Students spent time catching up, fooling around and paradoxically enjoying the hurricanes.
Delta Alpha Pi, also known as DAPi, was a strong, well-attended organization before the COVID-19 pandemic that focused on supporting students with disabilities, according to DAPi president Isabelle Borduas.
Students can find more than 100,000 specimens of vascular and nonvascular plants in the A.C. Moore Herbarium in the Coker Life Sciences Building.
When students at USC were frustrated with politics causing division based on political parties and viewpoints they united and created the American Civil Liberties Union (Columbia College Chapter) (ACLU Cola). The organization was founded in 2018 and continues to grow today.
Carolina Food Co. has changed both the freshman and upperclassman meal plan options for the fall 2021 semester.
Two USC pre-dental students had a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” this summer. Grace Towery and Moya Shaw gained valuable hands-on experience shadowing and assisting Guatemalan dental professionals through their participation in the VAW Global Dental Interns project from June 1 to June 15.
During the Healthy Carolina Farmers Market, an array of vendors from South Carolina bring their goods to sell on Greene Street every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
When chemistry professor Mike Angel published his research on remote laser analysis in 1992, he had no idea NASA would pick it up and use it on the Curiosity mission and, most recently, the Perseverance mission.
When associate professor and Cherokee Nation citizen Courtney Lewis was young, she was inspired by her father, who was an advocate for American Indians.
Every month, a group of women get together to lead female-centered discussions and activities and to plan how to give back to their community. They call themselves SAVVY.