Members of a new sorority chapter are looking to help Asian-American students find not only sisterhood but cultural connections and an identity at USC.
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Student Government celebrated women’s history month Wednesday night with a panel discussing women in politics.
Students and organizations came together to share their identities and experiences through the third annual “We Wear the Mask” event.
The Rankin-Lewis campaign staff cheered and congratulated Kate Lewis Wednesday night after she became the treasurer-elect for USC Student Government.
For many USC students, Russell House employees are a constant in their daily lives.
Student Government candidates began hard campaigning with tabling on Greene Street Wednesday afternoon.
Student Body Presidential candidate Jacob Thompson wants to secure the favor and votes of the student body, but not in the ways one may be used to.
Pretending to be from Michigan unfortunately won't get you out of a possession charge in South Carolina.
Destiny Gettis dealt with insecurity and isolation when she became a mother at 21, but now she is sharing her story through a podcast started by Student Health Services.
USCPD is looking to prioritize use of an emergency contact smartphone app and phase out use of the blue light emergency system in the future, according to a presentation during student senate on Wednesday.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) hosted its first Diversity Dialogue Series event for the semester on Thursday, kicking off the series for the spring semester.
Student Body President Taylor Wright is continuing to push final projects and initiatives forward in his last semester in office, including tuition transparency for USC students.
Black students at USC are finding community and solace in BlackSpace, a collective support group for black students to talk about their issues at a predominately white institution.
USC is lobbying behind a new piece of legislation that has been garnering attention in the Statehouse in recent months.
BlackSpace, a bimonthly support group for black students on campus, is hoping to bring awareness to the importance of identity through its upcoming “We Wear The Mask” workshop. The event, which will be open to students of multiple identities, seeks to encourage students to turn their personal experiences regarding identity into poetry, music or any other form of art.
With USC President Harris Pastides’ retirement following the spring semester, concerns have risen about how USC will continue to treat its diverse population.
USC Student Government rolled out plans for new projects and securing long-term goals at its first cabinet meeting of the spring semester Tuesday in Russell House.
The Residence Hall Association is hosting its annual Tunnel of Awareness in Russell House Ballroom from Nov. 26 to Nov. 29.
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 American Red Cross came to campus to host the 34th annual Carolina-Clemson Blood Drive the week before the Palmetto Bowl rivalry football game.