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The university held a public forum Tuesday to discuss university history and changing names of buildings on campus. Those in attendance called for the changing of multiple building names affiliated with historically racist figures, and one speaker offered a new name to replace Sims.
Dance Marathon's campaign this year is "Together We Can," the organization announced over Zoom on Wednesday.
Julian Williams, the university's vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion, spoke on how to make campus more inclusive and diversify faculty recruitment at the virtual Diversity Matters professional development series Tuesday.
Shortly after move-in, Carolina Kickoff – formerly known as First Night Carolina – provided freshmen with an introduction to the university's traditions, organizations and members of their class.
Students decorated capes for children at Prisma Health Children's Hospital for Dance Mararthon's Carolina Heroes event on Thursday. The event was a Homecoming Week service project.
As part of Stigma Free Week on campus, the Green Ribbon Project worked toward giving students resources and acknowledgment about mental health to show they are not alone.
USC's Academic Team won its first tournament of the season, the National Academic Quiz Tournaments, against Georgia Tech on Saturday, Sept. 21. According to first-year electrical engineering student and team member Andrew Boland, it was the first ten to zero victory for the team "in at least a decade."
The student ticketing office revoked multiple students' 2019 football ticket privileges before the Alabama game following reports of attempts to buy or sell either their own or other students' tickets.
On Tuesday, Student Body President Luke Rankin's executive cabinet held its second official meeting. Rankin described cabinet meetings as a time to brainstorm with student leaders and discuss ideas for future initiatives. The members discussed Stigma Free USC, Sustainability Week and the Higher Education Opportunities Act.
The student senate met Wednesday for its second weekly meeting of the fall semester. Here's what you missed:
Denim Day, an event aimed to inform USC's population of the definition of consent and to raise awareness of sexual assault, was held on Greene Street on Wednesday. The event was organized by Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention & Prevention (SAVIP), the Office of Student Conduct and USCPD.
Sara Beth Sears was crowned Miss Gamecock 2019 in December 2018. The third-year pharmacy student sat down with the Daily Gamecock to discuss her passion for USC, her family and Children's Miracle Network.