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After holding Imagine Carolina, a student forum, last fall, the university announced in a campus-wide email the most common complaints among students. According to the email, students brought up concerns about advising, mental health resources and a lack of diversity in the student body and faculty.
Speakers focused on improving trust and transparency at the University of South Carolina during President Michael Amiridis' investiture on Friday morning at the Koger Center for the Arts.
The South Carolina NAACP branch held its annual "King Day at the Dome" at the Statehouse on Monday to bring awareness to racial issues in South Carolina and celebrate Martin Luther King. Jr. Day.
The College and University Trustee Screening Commission convened on Tuesday, where officials confirmed the trustee candidates that would move on to the final voting stage taking place before the joint assembly later this spring.
Walking down Pickens Street in either direction, students see banners that boast about some of USC’s accomplishments hung from light posts like flags on the rafters of basketball arenas. One of these banners says USC has the nation’s best first-year experience.
Whether you’re a sucker for free succulents or a professional propagator, you may have seen more and more USC students collect and nurture plants. These potted friends are the perfect way to bring some green into your dorm or apartment, get a routine and even make some money on the side.
There is a notable gap in care, transportation and testing for HIV patients in S.C. That gap must be filled by community organizers and healthcare providers.
Though talking openly about mental struggles has become more mainstream, the country needs to do more to address stigmas and unequal access to mental healthcare for Black Americans.
The South Carolina House of Representative's vote to ban transgender athletes from participating in their gender's sport proves that representatives care less about representation and more about mandating bigotry.
The S.C. House of Representatives Education and Public Works (EPW) committee reconvened on Wednesday to hear testimony on five anti-critical race theory (CRT) bills, demonstrating the representatives’ prioritization of their future political campaigns over the S.C. education system.
Cats, birds and squirrels are a few of the animals that USC students live with. The campus’ animals aren’t props for visitors to marvel at, though — they’re surrogate pets and they're what makes campus home.
During the Jan. 26 meeting of the S.C. House of Representatives Education and Public Works (EPW) Committee, legislators discussed five bills that would punish schools and "protect" students from the uncomfortable pieces of American history based on the representatives' incorrect understanding of critical race theory (CRT).
There are two things you can always expect when going into a South Carolina home game: Rally towels and high-decibel chants. Although the student section can be obnoxious and loud, those practices are what foster a community.