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Located just a mile from USC’s campus, the BullStreet District was once home to a self-sustaining mental facility and hundreds of patients. Today, that same land houses the largest urban revitalization effort east of the Mississippi. The 20-year redevelopment plan began in 2015 and remains on track for a 2034 completion.
“Have you talked to your grandma lately?” No, I haven’t.
Some people cut it off. Others eat around it. But from the items on display to the sign out front, there’s no escaping it at one local bakery.
Sometimes it feels as if Columbia has an unspoken curfew. It's true that most businesses close come sundown, but that doesn't mean there's nothing to do.
The University of South Carolina has 1,461 active cases as of Thursday, according to the latest COVID-19 dashboard update.
The SEC will have a conference-only football season of 10 games beginning September 26, according to Sports Illustrated. This delays the season by three weeks.
University President Thomas Jones watched from the second floor of the Osborne Administrative Building as the National Guard cleared protesters from the Horseshoe. It marked the first and only time tear gas was used on campus. Something was terribly wrong.
As the sun burned to a heat index of 107 degrees, a man lying on the hot concrete asked for help. His words met no response. Hours went by.
Executive director of Student Health Services Deborah Beck revealed the university’s matrix of COVID-19 contingency plans and alert levels in a town hall on Tuesday addressing faculty and staff. While some contingencies have more influence than others in decision making, Beck said it is a combination of all of them that will determine whether the university must move online.
Everybody is greedy.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Department of Homeland Security are rescinding the guidelines that would have required international students to leave the country had they taken online-only classes.
According to Chris Reid, the assistant director of the office of International Student Services, the July 6 announcement by the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) took everybody by surprise. Some policy updates were anticipated, but nobody expected drastic changes so close to the start of the semester and mid-pandemic.
Beginning Saturday, South Carolina bars and restaurants will not be allowed to sell alcohol after 11 p.m., Gov. Henry McMaster announced on Friday. Violating businesses run the risk of losing their liquor licenses.
At a town hall on Monday, President Bob Caslen announced changes to previously released guidelines surrounding face coverings and return-to-campus testing. Face coverings are now to be worn inside every campus building — not just Russell House, libraries and classrooms — and testing will no longer be required of all students.
USC's international students "must enroll in face-to-face courses of some kind" in order to remain in the United States, according to an email sent from Lauren Smith, director of International Student Services.
Roughly a decade into his military career, Darius Johnson was ready to mix things up.
As a young mother looking to decorate her home, Treva James had to get creative. She “loved nice things,” but she didn’t have much in the way of a budget. Her husband was the only source of income for their family.
The University of South Carolina School of Law has named William Hubbard its new dean. Hubbard graduated from USC in 1974 with a bachelor's degree in history and from the School of Law in 1977 with a Juris Doctor.
The University of South Carolina will be implementing furloughs as a cost-saving measure in response to COVID-19. The measure will impact faculty and staff with a base salary of $118,000 at the Columbia campus and Palmetto College, according to a letter sent to faculty from vice president for human resources Caroline Agardy.
The University of South Carolina has cancelled all study abroad programs for fall 2020.