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.
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Freshmen applying for spring, fall and summer 2021 terms at USC Columbia's campus will not be required to submit standardized test scores for the ACT and SAT.
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.
Brief: International students must not take 'entirely online course load' to remain in country, Immigration and Customs Enforcement says
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.
Fair warning — if anyone asks Provost William Tate a question, he will respond with a question.
USC's School of Medicine system releases opt-in return agreement for students during COVID-19 pandemic
USC’s School of Medicine (SOM) system, which includes campuses in Greenville and Columbia, has issued an optional agreement for students who wish to return during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This story was updated at 9:23 a.m. July 8 to account for the latest policy changes surrounding face masks on campus.
An investigation into the Zoombombing of the African American Association of Students' virtual cookout is progressing and USCPD has received a search warrant, according to USCPD Deputy Chief of Police Scott Prill.
The ad hoc advisory committee on governance will create a new policy to replace the current bylaws regarding the presidential search.
As student organizations look to host events and meetings while following social distancing guidelines, some turn to video platforms for convenience. But attorney Jack Pringle said there is a tension between convenience and security.
Pandemic or not, students who are considering taking out student loans should consider three things: the cost of education, monthly payments and if the student is going to earn enough to pay back the loan.
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.
Across from Russell House and past the ever-buzzing Greene Street, the CarolinaLIFE living and learning community is nestled away in Woodrow.
Julian Williams was "one of the few Black students" in most of his classes as an undergraduate at the University of Michigan. At the time, Michigan was in a legal challenge with the Supreme Court because of opposition to the recruitment of Black students and other students of color, a case that led Williams to become a student activist.
Once a campus-based event with hundreds of students at a time, the class of 2024's orientation is being held from the comfort of their own home.
President Bob Caslen, Student Government leaders and university officials held a town hall Tuesday to discuss a safe return to campus in the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing diversity initiatives.
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.
USC’s Division of Law Enforcement and Safety is seeking its four-year reaccreditation with the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).
Both users and non-users can report hate speech on social media platforms and to the university. Here's how:
Zipporah Williams, the vice president of the African American Student Association, lived in Sims residence hall as a freshman.