Student Government 2020-2021 executive officers and senators were inaugurated on Zoom, a video conferencing platform, Thursday evening.
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USC education students will be able to graduate and receive teacher certification on time due to a state Board of Education decision regarding in-classroom training.
The board of trustees held a phone conference call meeting Friday and was given an information-filled update on the university’s situation with the coronavirus.
It was roughly 2 a.m. on March 12 when third-year broadcast journalism student Peter Smith watched a wave of USC students run out of a Barcelona club. Shrieking and in tears, he said, they flooded the beach and began searching for flights as prices rapidly increased.
USC announced that remote learning through online classes will continue for the rest of the spring semester. This applies to all University of South Carolina campuses.
In an effort to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, students who live in on-campus residence halls were given three full days to retrieve “essential belongings” and leave the residence hall. These closures complicated housing arrangements for students, leaving them "frustrated" and "upset."
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, USC extended spring break one week and moved classes online for the remainder of the semester, giving professors one week to restructure their courses into an online format.
On Wednesday, USC announced spring break will be extended until March 22 and classes will begin online instruction on March 23 until at least April 6.
USC’s board of trustees appointed Julian Williams as the university’s first vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion. He is set to start his position at USC on June 15.
A jar of peanut M&M’s sits on the coffee table in St. Thomas More Catholic Student Center on Greene Street.
In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, the University of South Carolina Columbia campus will no longer allow students to live in on-campus housing starting Tuesday, March 17 until at least April 5. Students with “extenuating circumstances” will be allowed to apply to stay.
The University of South Carolina will extend spring break until March 22 and resume classes online on March 23. Classes will resume face-to-face on April 6.
William F. Tate was appointed by a unanimous vote as the university’s provost at Friday’s board of trustees meeting.
After a national search for a new provost, William F. Tate was chosen as the new provost for USC during Friday’s board of trustees meeting.
A new attendance policy approved by the faculty senate will introduce a new rule for unexcused absences while prohibiting professors from using grade penalties for excused absences.
For the first time in almost 20 years, the Carolina Band will be led by all-female drum majors.
Student Government’s 111th student senate met for its final session Wednesday night. The meeting commenced with brief updates from speaker pro tempore Brandon Patrick.
The constitutional council released its majority opinion and full explanation regarding the case of Bennett Lunn and Brandon Patrick v Davis Latham.
Tuesday night’s cabinet meeting included several different discussions of representation for USC’s students.
As the global outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread across the world, Student Health Services and medical professionals address the coronavirus' implications and the preemptive plan the university has put in place.