The state approved the $210 million first stage of USC’s Campus Village project for four residential buildings and 30,000 square feet of dining space in the university’s largest capital project so far. The village will create 1,800 beds to house the growing student population at USC on the site of Cliff Apartments in the area near Stone Stadium.
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The physical therapy department hosted its annual 24 hour rowing event to fundraise and increase awareness of the field of physical therapy on Davis Field from Wednesday to Thursday as part of its Physical Therapy Day of Service.
On Wednesday, the Department of Multicultural Student Affairs held its first Spirit Day. Organized by assistant director for LGBTQ+ education Caroline Wallace, the event aimed to encourage the USC community to speak out against LGBTQ+ bullying.
Raymond Santana of the Exonerated Five visited USC for the "When Justice Prevails!" event hosted at the USC School of Law.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: USC professor conducts research, therapy to improve quality of life for patients
Shana Harrington's collegiate swimming career led to two things: shoulder surgery and a job.
The Student Government cabinet discussed Stigma Free USC, a student vote on the board of trustees and recapped the board's decision to end the Greek parking fee last week during its weekly meeting Tuesday.
The university’s new Greek parking plan to create 800 spaces by January 2022 and remove the $375 parking fee was approved by the full board of trustees Friday.
Gabe Carrilho was one of 40 students, and the only student from South Carolina, to attend the ExxonMobil Future Leaders Academy in Houston, Texas this fall.
What is accreditation?
Grace Cooney arrived at the University of South Carolina in fall 2016 straight out of the university’s pre-medical high school summer program. Since then, the pursuit of her ideal medical career has continued unabated, manifesting itself most recently in the award of a $30,000 Rotary Global Grant.
Some students who commute from off-campus residences said they do not have the same opportunities to participate in campus life as those who are just a short walk from campus events.
A USC student bought two microchips online and inserted them both in his hand, one coded with both his CarolinaCard and contact information and the other with passwords.
Reilly Biller said she decided to go to USC because of the Carolinian Creed, which asks students to respect the dignity and rights of others while discouraging bigotry and striving to learn from differences in people, ideas and opinions.
Recap: SG cabinet discusses Down syndrome awareness, compost, possible Woodrow basketball court renovation
Student Government discussed Down syndrome awareness, sustainability month and possible Woodrow basketball court renovations during its weekly Tuesday meeting.
Student Health Services is launching a series of mobile flu clinics around campus in effort to help students and faculty get their flu shots. The clinic set up in the public health school Tuesday, but will move around to various college and school buildings until Nov. 5.
The plaintiff from Obergefell v. Hodges, which came before the Supreme Court and resulted in the landmark decision to legalize gay marriage nationwide in 2015, shared his love story at USC’s law school on Monday evening.
The board of trustees' selection of President Bob Caslen will be reviewed by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS) and a South Carolina Senate Select Committee.
The USC faculty senate passed a vote of no confidence in the board of trustees Wednesday afternoon.
People told stories of how their identity has affected their life at ThisIsUSC Friday in Russell House theater. The event was put on by the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs to close out diversity week.
UNC professor explores the lives of South Carolinians during the progressive movement of the 20th century
A UNC Chapel Hill professor spoke about her new book, "Sisters and Rebels: A Struggle for the Soul of America" in the Hollings Special Collections Library Thursday. The event was hosted by the university and the University South Caroliniana Society, a private nonprofit organization which supports the Caroliniana Library.