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In early May, Politico reported the US Supreme Court will eliminate the constitutional right to abortion and strike down the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, which legalized abortion nationwide for the first 24 weeks. This would legalize South Carolina's six-week abortion ban which passed in 2021 but was blocked by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
The Congaree River has long been one of Columbia's most recognizable landmarks. However, it was not until the 1990s that people had easy access to its riverbank.
A donation of over 100 letters of correspondence with Otto Frank, the father of Anne Frank, was announced at USC's Anne Frank Center on June 8, 2022.
Columbia Water tweeted May 17 that they were aware of an issue with the tap water having an "earthy smell or taste." Columbia Water says the water is safe, but almost three weeks later, the water is still earthy and experts are unsure of when it will return to normal.
Three suspects have been arrested in connection to a shooting at the Columbiana Centre mall on Saturday afternoon that left 15 people injured.
The South Carolina House of Representatives passed a Republican-backed bill last week which would ban transgender women from participating in almost all middle school to college-level women's sports. The bill still needs to pass the South Carolina Senate and be signed by Gov. Henry McMaster before becoming law.
The South Carolina Gamecocks women's basketball team returned to Colonial Life Arena for a celebration ceremony Monday afternoon after winning its second national championship in program history.
With the Oscar nominations recently released, The Daily Gamecock decided to follow up its recap of its staff's music taste with its staff picks for favorite movies of 2021.
The races for student body vice president and speaker of the student senate ended Wednesday night, with Maia Porzio elected as vice president and Noah Glasgow elected as speaker of the student senate.
Masks will only be required in USC research and instructional spaces, which include classrooms, in medical facilities and in on-campus public transportation, effective Feb. 22, according to an email sent by the university Monday.
The Daily Gamecock partnered with SGTV to moderate the Student Government executive office candidate’s debate Tuesday night at the Russell House ballroom.
The candidates for Student Body President said they seek further collaboration with university President-elect Michael Amiridis, reforms to parking and changes to buildings names on campus.
Spring break is back this semester after it was canceled last year because of COVID-19, and students said they were glad to have a whole week off again.
Michael Brown is in an eye-opening situation: He is a USC graduate student in library and information science, but he is also a sixth-grade English teacher.
Members of a student leader panel held Monday said USC has not been transparent or quick enough in its efforts to improve inclusivity on campus.
During his fifth State of the State address on Wednesday night, South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster boasted about the state's "booming" economy and laid out plans for how to spend the legislature's additional money.
For the last eight years, South Carolina Sen. Tom Davis has been working to legalize medical marijuana in South Carolina. During a press conference last Wednesday at the Statehouse, Davis said he expects this is the year that it will finally happen with the SC Compassionate Care Act.
Movie: “The French Dispatch”
An associate professor from Notre Dame said fear is a better tool than education and inspiration to motivate changes in behavior toward curbing climate change.
Columbia residents will elect the next mayor from a group of four candidates on Nov. 2. The incoming mayor will replace Steven Benjamin, the first Black mayor of Columbia who served since 2010. Benjamin is not running for re-election.