After a week of forums with university presidential candidates, the Board of Trustees did not choose a candidate to replace USC President Harris Pastides.
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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.
USC presidential candidate Robert L. “Bob” Caslen spoke to crowds of students, faculty, staff and Columbia residents about the importance of good character and how it extends to sexual assault prevention and his efforts to increase minority and female representation.
Harris Pastides will leave the University of South Carolina this year after serving as university president for 11 years.
USC presidential candidate Walsh speaks on interdisciplinary work, bringing diverse viewpoints to staff
Joseph T. “Jay” Walsh spoke to faculty, staff and students on Monday about his vision for the university and answered questions from attendees about mental health, diversity, safety and research.
The presidential search committee on Wednesday morning announced John Applegate, Robert L. Caslen, William F. Tate and Joseph T. Walsh as the final candidates for university president.
Threatening phone calls prompted Walk A Mile in Their Shoes, an annual Columbia event that aims to raise awareness for sexual assault, to be canceled two days before its 10th anniversary last week. Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands (STSM), who hosts the event, received the calls.
After being sued for not meeting state-mandated deadlines for Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, USC has said it will resolve issues with responding to requests by June 15, according to The State.
The Daily Gamecock staff took home 25 South Carolina Press Association (SCPA) Collegiate awards including the Collegiate Journalist of the Year award going to editor-in-chief Tori Richman.
Alexia Greene went to Five Points the night after USC student Samantha Josephson was abducted from Harden Street and killed. Greene didn't know about the situation, but said she would have never gone to Five Points if USCPD had sent out a Carolina Alert about the missing student.
The USC community continues to mourn the loss of USC Upstate student Evan Gaines.
Uber ride-sharing service responded on Monday to the death of 21-year-old USC student Samantha Josephson.
Columbia Police Department officers and an ambulance arrived outside of Bates West residence hall after a car swerved and flipped in the woods shortly after 11 p.m.
Carolina Alert reported a death in the parking garage adjacent to the Dodie Academic Enrichment Center today.
A man is suing USC for not releasing documents before deadlines in compliance with the Freedom of Information Act.
Student Government elections ended with Luke Rankin being elected as president and Davis Latham elected as speaker of the senate.
Dance Marathon raised $1,038,156 at its Main Event on Saturday, falling short of its $1.19 million goal.
The Forward campaign asked a member of the campaign staff and clerk of the student senate to resign after there was insufficient evidence to back up campaign violations against Nick Hooks, speaker of the senate candidate.
The hard campaigning period for Student Government elections began Tuesday night after the executive candidate debate, and as of Wednesday, 14 more campaign violations have been filed.
Nick Hooks received two more campaign violation accusations Monday after attending Alpha Chi Omega and Kappa Kappa Gamma’s chapter meetings.