In John Steinbeck's novel "Of Mice and Men," one of the central characters is Lennie, a loveable oaf who all too often finds himself in difficult and disappointing situations because he doesn’t understand his own strength and potential.
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USC’s Office of Sustainability director Larry Cook spends much of his time going to meetings, reading up on sustainability and communicating with offices across campus. At the end of the day, he said he sometimes wonders if anything is actually being done because it is hard to measure his impact.
You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I’m telling you why: There could be more than 160 Santas in South Carolina.
Like all ecosystems, Columbia’s Five Points shopping and entertainment district is complex.
Following Barstool Gamecocks' Instagram video of a mushroom growing on a ceiling tile on Capstone’s 15th floor surfacing, residents of the building said there has been a continued mold problem in the residence hall.
University of South Carolina engineering students from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers are gearing up for another year of the annual “Tiger Burn” tradition.
Fourth-year international business and operations and supply chain student Madison Mueller escaped her university in Hong Kong on "a dirt path lined with wooden planks used by maintenance" to get to the airport. Every other way out was blocked by protesters, roadblocks and barricades. She then took a taxi to the airport.
Recent USC graduate Brice "Keys" Janvrin completed his hike from Maine to Georgia on Nov. 1, walking more than 2,000 miles in four and a half months on the Appalachian Trail.
Students living in Cliff Apartments vandalized parts of the residence hall, including an elevator and its buttons, a glass door, wallpaper and ceiling tiles, following the news of their upcoming forced removal in the spring due to the university's Campus Village project.
The state approved the $210 million first stage of USC’s Campus Village project for four residential buildings and 30,000 square feet of dining space in the university’s largest capital project so far. The village will create 1,800 beds to house the growing student population at USC on the site of Cliff Apartments in the area near Stone Stadium.
This semester, the Pan-African Student Association (PANASA) celebrated its 10th anniversary as a student organization on campus. PANASA was originally founded in 2009 by Chris Aluah, Christopher Reid and several others with the intention of supporting international African students.
A USC student bought two microchips online and inserted them both in his hand, one coded with both his CarolinaCard and contact information and the other with passwords.
Saturdays in South Carolina come with pregame rituals: tailgates, cheers and the national anthem. However, amidst the bustle of the band and the singing of the alma mater, a prayer is always featured before South Carolina football games.
When Conquest opened its doors as Columbia’s first brewery in 2012, it simultaneously introduced a new market to the area. Nearly a dozen businesses would follow in its tracks, and within a short period of time the city was crawling with a brand new craft beer scene.
Freshman quarterback Ryan Hilinski’s path to South Carolina has been like no other.
This year, The Trevor Project conducted a “National Survey on LGBTQ Youth Mental Health.” Of the 34,000 kids surveyed, two out of three report “someone tried to convince them to change their sexual orientation or gender identity.” That being said, any attempt to repress or change someone’s sexual or gender identity is emotionally traumatizing and overwhelmingly ineffective.
Editor's note: This article discusses suicide and might be triggering to some readers.
Few bands see their music passed down through generations, standing the test of time. According to Michael Miller, Hootie & The Blowfish is one of the rare groups that has done just that, and nowhere is its legacy stronger than the city of Columbia.
USC’s Police Department developed a specialized K-9 unit consisting of Sherri and Poppy, two Labrador retrievers trained in explosives and firearm detection, in an effort to improve campus and event security.
College campuses run on coffee. Greg Dodd knows that. But even more than that, he knows that Columbia thrives on community and a sense of togetherness. That’s what he hopes to foster at the newest coffee shop near campus, Sweetwaters Coffee and Tea.