Students and faculty dispersed in May expecting to return to campus alongside an interim president and a plan to resume the search for a permanent replacement to President Harris Pastides, who retired after 11 years at the helm.
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As the summer comes to a close, Soda City Comic Con is celebrating its fifth anniversary with cosplay, comic books, cartoonists and ... a Spider-Man proposal?
The board of trustees selected Gen. Robert Caslen as the 29th president of the University of South Carolina during its Friday meeting. He will begin his job on Sept. 16 and will make $650,000 a year.
Oct. 3, 2018: Harris Pastides announces he is stepping down from the USC presidency during his State of the University address.
The 2019-2020 Student Government budget was signed on May 6, 2019 by President Harris Pastides. Student body treasurer Kate Lewis said she didn't want to make any changes to last year's budget besides the new executive members' initiatives they campaigned on — things such as a mental health workshop, a 9/11 memorial and a Diversity Week.
Following campus backlash, USC faculty approved a resolution affirming faculty and student participation in the presidential search on Tuesday afternoon during University President Harris Pastides' final general faculty meeting. The resolution was proposed by faculty senate chair elect Mark Cooper.
Students' and faculty's week of getting to know USC presidential candidates rounded out Thursday as Indiana lawyer John Applegate spoke with them about inclusion, student life and the university's future.
Almost 50 people gathered in Columbia Museum of Art’s lobby. They weren’t roaming the galleries filled with renowned artwork. Instead, they were editing Wikipedia articles.
USC presidential candidate William F. Tate IV discussed faculty governance, diversity and inclusion and STEM education funding at three forums on Tuesday.
Patricia Moore-Pastides looks out onto USC's historic Horseshoe through the second-floor window of the President's House, the place she's called home for the past 10 years. It's a sunny, chilly day with a few students relaxing in the grass and many rushing on the brick pathways to class.
Friends and family surrounded Sarah-Jane Long with hugs and praises for her design while she attempted to greet and thank each person. They didn't know it yet, but in about an hour Long would be named the Student Designer Showcase winner following the week's fashion show finale.
Personable. Hardworking. Active in the community.
You're in class taking notes when you notice your classmate in front of you has something sticking out of their laptop. It's rectangular and has a blinking light. You think to yourself, who still uses flash drives in 2019?
It's been a big week for Broadway. Actress Brittney Johnson debuted as the first Glinda of color in "Wicked." Carole King made a surprise appearance as herself in "Beautiful," a show based on King's life, to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the musical. Broadway's beloved Dolly of "Hello, Dolly!" Carol Channing died at age 97. Lin-Manuel Miranda returned to his title role in "Hamilton," this time brought to Puerto Rico. Draped in the country's flag, Miranda struggled to get through the song "Hurricane," and the show raised almost $15 million towards hurricane relief.
When you think of cities in the U.S. with a global impact, bigger cities typically come to mind: New York City, Miami, Washington, D.C. and more. But multiple initiatives in South Carolina are also working to become international faces to the Palmetto State's biggest cities.
A combination of old and new, holiday classics and trendy pop artists, here's a Christmas playlist to get you in the spirit for this year's holiday season.
After bringing in two hip-hop headliners in a row, this year’s Cockstock is hoping for a change of pace by bringing in two pop acts.
Going into "A Star Is Born" without seeing the first three versions of the film, all I knew was I was probably going to cry and I was about to hear some great music. Both ended up being true, however there was so much more in between that I didn't expect.
Looking to get into the spirit for spooky season? Here's some songs full of black magic, witches and vampires to help you out. Check out thedailygamecock on Spotify to hear the full playlist.