In August 2017, USC got to experience a total solar eclipse, something the United States had not seen since 1979.
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Faculty and staff asked about refunds, research and pay at a virtual town hall Tuesday.
When taking a course with the university's first African American full professor, who is still teaching at the university today, students encounter what is known as "the McFadden experience."
Democratic presidential candidates Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Mayor Pete Buttigieg came to the Columbia area last week in an effort to rally support before the South Carolina primary on Feb. 29.
Bernie Sanders held a rally at Finlay Park in Columbia in a last effort to gain support in South Carolina before the 2020 South Carolina Democratic primary on Feb. 29.
Student Government elections ended today with Isobel "Issy" Rushton voted as the student body president and Hannah White as the student body vice president.
The University of South Carolina continued its search for a new vice president of academic affairs and provost as it hosted its second open forum with William Tate on Tuesday.
Nancy Rapoport was the first candidate finalist interviewed on USC’s Columbia campus for the position of executive vice president of academic affairs and provost on Tuesday. The interview was in the Ernest F. Holling's Special Collections Library.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is in search of a new vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion following university President Bob Caslen's decision to elevate the position of chief diversity officer to a vice president position.
At the beginning of the spring semester, Maddie Love was walking home from her evening lab when she realized there was no light along her path between LeConte and Davis College.
More than 200 Cliff residents have moved into reassigned housing after being displaced by the Campus Village Project last semester.
"Honestly, when I got the email saying that I was actually nominated, I was just, like, surprised," Kyanna Samuel, a fourth-year early childhood education student, said. "I never thought in a million days I would be the winner of this year's [award]."
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.
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.
This December, the College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management (HRSM) is relocating from the Carolina Coliseum to Close-Hipp. The move is expected to take place Dec. 17.
When Keala Burks received the 2019 South Carolina Governor's Tourism Student Award last Wednesday, she was in disbelief.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) celebrated Halloween by hosting a horror themed version of its annual step show. The show took place at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center and was a part of USC's Homecoming celebration.
First-year math student Josh Dietrich visited Dogs on Davis Wednesday because he missed his pets from back home.
This semester, the Pan-African Student Association (PANASA) celebrated its 10th anniversary as a student organization on campus. PANASA was originally founded in 2009 by Chris Aluah, Christopher Reid and several others with the intention of supporting international African students.
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.