The School of Library and Information Science voted to change its name to the School of Information Science in a faculty meeting Friday.
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Students got into the Christmas spirit as the university hosted its 65th annual Tree Lighting ceremony on Thursday. The event began on the Horseshoe and concluded at the President's House with refreshments.
Student Government cabinet members discussed on-campus safety, the Carolinian Creed and counseling session donations in the final meeting of the semester.
What do you get when your combine eight holidays into one event? Christmahannakwanizka.
John Lennon’s “Power to the People” echoed through the Russell House Ballroom Sunday as hundreds of potential voters rushed to watch the 78-year-old senator speak.
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.
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.
Third-year electrical engineering student Jack Hannum has a photo of Elon Musk unveiling a Tesla Roadster as the background on his laptop. Inspired by Musk and Tesla's ability to commercialize electric vehicles, Hannum said he eventually wants to work for Tesla and has applied for several positions.
The megaphone echoed through the charged morning air as the first wave of determined racers lined up. “Three ... two ... one ... Go!,” and they were off in a flurry of tutus and bright yellow Justice shirts.
Two springs ago, Sustainable Carolina brought The Big Event to USC, a one-day event intended to get students to engage with local members of Columbia through community service.
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.
International students brought awareness to their cultures at the International Festival Friday, which featured displays from countries including Vietnam, Taiwan, Japan, Chile and China.
The International Festival Fulbright Celebration honored Fulbright recipients and applicants in Harper College’s Gressette Room on Thursday.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Harriet Hancock LGBT Center honored the lost lives of transgender people around the world for international Transgender Day of Remembrance. The Wednesday night ceremony featured multiple musical selections that included string instruments, piano and vocalists at the Russell House Patio.
Housing, EcoReps, the Residence Hall Association and Care-olina Animal Advocates hosted a vegan potluck called Sustainable Thanksliving Wednesday in the Green Quad Learning Center.
Advising has expanded at USC recently, and students still report issues from miscommunication to scheduling conflicts, which leads to the question: Where do we go from here?
USC alumna Kristen Boyle's job search ended when she passed by a sign for a position at the American Red Cross.
For professor Josef Olmert, teaching provides the one thing positions in Israeli government, participation in peace talks with Syria and scholarly writing do not: fulfillment through mentorship.
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.