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Formed from a council of passionate faculty working to make students feel more welcome, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion serves as an integral part of campus today.
In the wake of accusations of undue political interference in the election of President Bob Caslen, the university’s board of trustees convened on Friday to discuss and pass measures against external interference.
Candidates for Student Government senate and executive positions met with elections commissioners Thursday night to review the election process and begin their campaigns.
A constitutional challenge took center stage at the Feb. 12 student senate meeting and a referendum was voted down.
Student Government executive office candidate names were released on an unofficial list after filing closed Feb. 11.
The board of trustees met this morning to discuss changes to the USC School of Medicine Greenville Operating Agreement with Prisma Health and the relationship between Prisma Health and the School of Medicine trust.
The search for a new provost continued today as provost candidate Nancy Rapoport answered the questions of student leaders during her campus visit.
Nancy Rapoport was the first candidate finalist interviewed on USC’s Columbia campus for the position of executive vice president of academic affairs and provost on Tuesday. The interview was in the Ernest F. Holling's Special Collections Library.
Storyteller-in-residence sounds like a dream job for some library science students, but for Augusta Baker, it was more than a fairy tale.
With Student Government elections right around the corner, students will soon be voting on several executive officer positions: student body president, vice president, speaker of the senate and treasurer. Each of these positions has specific responsibilities and roles which will affect the student body.
As of Thursday, the final candidates for the position of provost, the chief academic officer of USC, are Nancy Rapoport, William Tate and John Wiencek.
College is stressful, and failure is a part of life. In an effort to support the mental health of USC students, the university has started a series of seminars called The Resiliency Project, an initiative university President Bob Caslen announced in an op-ed published by The State.
The role of Student Government Speaker of the Student Senate Davis Latham is in question following a constitutional challenge brought up on the floor in Wednesday night’s senate meeting.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is in search of a new vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion following university President Bob Caslen's decision to elevate the position of chief diversity officer to a vice president position.
Tuesday’s executive cabinet meeting, the last before filing for Student Government elections on Feb. 10th, addressed a few end-of-term items while also looking ahead.
After plans to build a Greek parking garage were halted, the university now plans to switch up parking arrangements near the Colonial Life Arena.
Friends and faculty remember the lives of USC students Frank Arnold and Ryan Carr, who took their own lives over winter break.
USC alum, cartoonist and journalist Jak Smyrl will be memorialized in a new biography.
The novel coronavirus is spreading throughout the world. The respiratory virus began in Wuhan, China, and there are now more than 14,000 cases as of Feb. 2. Eighteen countries have reported positive cases of the virus, including the United States, which has eight confirmed cases so far.