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Sport science programs at USC were ranked No. 1 in the nation by a collegiate world ranking organization for the third consecutive year.
USC’s Student Senate has openly opposed a proposal for mandatory experiential learning, a policy sponsored by the Faculty Senate to require students to get 45 hours of out-of-classroom experiences.
The University of South Carolina’s Student Government Fall Awards at City Art ended early with an ambulance being called for an attendee on Thursday, a City Art employee said.
Student Government overspent its budget for the Student Government Fall Awards on Nov. 29 by $97.
During time designated for introducing, debating and passing new legislation, members of the Student Senate held two separate discussions concerning pineapple on pizza and the introduction of a parody bill.
The Residence Hall Association is hosting its annual Tunnel of Awareness in Russell House Ballroom from Nov. 26 to Nov. 29.
Evan Meaney, associate professor in the School of Visual Art and Design, gave the first monthly TCoop Talk hosted by the University Libraries' Outreach Committee on Wednesday, Nov. 28 in the Thomas Cooper Library.
Student Government manages more than $220,000 of student money from the Student Activity Fee for allocation to other organizations and its own operation. However, the organization's records show that Student Government occasionally applies the allocation rules more generously to itself than other organizations.
The University of South Carolina’s Student Government will hold a formal event called the Student Government Fall Awards on Nov. 29 at City Art Gallery at 8 p.m. and plans to spend $3,515 on the event — more than $1,000 above its original budget.
When Mariclare McEntire, a second-year business student, stepped foot in the Darla Moore School of Business she thought she would find her niche among the over 5,000 students in the school in an existing business fraternity. Less than a year later, she was in the process of bringing a new chapter to campus.
For the 50th anniversary of the Carolina Cares Holiday Drive, the Carolina Service Council is partnering with The Salvation Army of the Midlands to give back to the community during the holiday season.
With the Carolina Clemson football game coming up, South Carolina students whose families and friends are Clemson fans shared their experiences in choosing USC and how they show pride for their school.
The International Bazaar took over Greene Street on Friday, looking to give students the opportunity to experience and learn from foreign countries showcased at the event.
After winning a $30,000 grant for one year of studying abroad, a fourth-year biochemistry and molecular biology student will continue his studies at the Universidad de Antioquia in Colombia after graduation.
The American Red Cross came to campus to host the 34th annual Carolina-Clemson Blood Drive the week before the Palmetto Bowl rivalry football game.
USC's It’s On Us Week of Action continued Wednesday with Sex and Relationships in a Fishbowl, a forum for students to ask questions about topics such as healthy relationships, safe sex and stigma.
USC's geography department, University Libraries and the Digital Belt and Road Program (DBAR) International Center of Excellence on Big Earth Data for Coasts hosted Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Day on Nov. 14 in the Thomas Cooper Library.
University Housing and partner organizations hosted USC's second annual "Thanksliving" event, a seminar to teach students about sustainability during the holidays, on Tuesday at the Green Quad Learning Center.
USC's Indian Cultural Exchange kicked off International Education Week on Nov. 12 with a celebration of the Hindu holiday Diwali, a celebration of Indian heritage, bringing students from all backgrounds together.