When USC announced the closure of residence halls, students were asked to take “essential belongings” and return to their permanent home — leaving many belongings behind.
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USC plans to implement a voluntary 10% pay reduction for President Bob Caslen, top administrators and top-paid coaches for the 2020-2021 fiscal year.
USC announced on its coronavirus webpage that face-to-face instruction for the fall semester will end at Thanksgiving break. There will be no fall break.
When Student Body Vice President Hannah White came to USC, she knew she wanted to make an impact. She didn't know how at the time, but White knew fear was not going to stop her.
The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) and faculty on the Future Planning Group hosted a town hall on Thursday to address questions from faculty.
The University of South Carolina is considering changing the academic schedule to end face-to-face instruction at Thanksgiving break with no fall break.
— This story is current as of May 14. These policies are dependent upon the development of COVID-19.
President Bob Caslen and university officials hosted a town hall Wednesday evening to discuss the university's decision to conduct in-person classes for the fall 2020 semester.
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President Bob Caslen and the Future Planning Group are exploring different scenarios for the fall semester. Caslen said his priorities are the health of people at USC, the health of people in the wider Columbia community, education and the financial well-being of the university, in that order.
Student Government 2020-2021 executive officers and senators were inaugurated on Zoom, a video conferencing platform, Thursday evening.
In an effort to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, students who live in on-campus residence halls were given three full days to retrieve “essential belongings” and leave the residence hall. These closures complicated housing arrangements for students, leaving them "frustrated" and "upset."
On Wednesday, USC announced spring break will be extended until March 22 and classes will begin online instruction on March 23 until at least April 6.
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The Daily Gamecock will not be endorsing any Student Government candidates for the 2020 election.
Members of the student senate have either been keeping inaccurate records of meetings or have failed to follow their own governing rules concerning non-elected positions.
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