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USC’s Student Senate has openly opposed a proposal for mandatory experiential learning, a policy sponsored by the Faculty Senate to require students to get 45 hours of out-of-classroom experiences.
During time designated for introducing, debating and passing new legislation, members of the Student Senate held two separate discussions concerning pineapple on pizza and the introduction of a parody bill.
When Mariclare McEntire, a second-year business student, stepped foot in the Darla Moore School of Business she thought she would find her niche among the over 5,000 students in the school in an existing business fraternity. Less than a year later, she was in the process of bringing a new chapter to campus.
USC's It’s On Us Week of Action continued Wednesday with Sex and Relationships in a Fishbowl, a forum for students to ask questions about topics such as healthy relationships, safe sex and stigma.
After election results poured in on Nov. 6 from across the country, resulting in the Democrats regaining control of the House of Representatives and the Republicans maintaining the Senate, students shared their views on national and state races and how those elections will impact the next two years and the 2020 presidential election.
USC's presidential search committee announced on Nov. 7 the final members who will choose the next university president following President Harris Pastides’ retirement in July 2019.
Jones Physical Sciences Center and portions of Main Street are closed after a chemical spill activated the fire alarm in the academic building.
Rutledge Chapel hosted a vigil with members of all faiths at USC on Nov. 2 honoring the 11 killed by anti-semitic violence in Pittsburgh.
Student Life, Student Government and the Athletics Department collaborated to announce the addition of a guest ticketing policy for the 2018-19 basketball season. The policy will allow students to purchase discounted tickets for guests to sit in the student section beginning with the Nov. 6 men’s basketball game.
With the Nov. 6 midterm elections looming over the country, some professors are approaching the voting issue by educating students on how voting is what keeps democracy alive.
At the October Board of Trustees meeting, the voting members of the Presidential Search Committee were appointed as the first step in forming the committee to follow President Pastides.
When USC ended segregation in 1963, Dr. Henrie Monteith Treadwell was one of the first of three African-American students to be admitted since Reconstruction, and on Tuesday she returned to the university to speak to students about the African-American experience and the importance of voting.
After months of developing campaign platforms and action plans, Student Body President Taylor Wright, along with the Student Government executive board, cabinet, senate and Freshman Council are preparing to launch several new programs they hope will benefit students for years to come.
USC's TEDx club began two years ago with a few students wanting to see students share and learn from each other’s creative ideas. Now, it has grown into its first TEDxUofSC event, which took place Oct. 3 at the My Carolina Alumni Center.
Sorority Alpha Chi Omega raised $9,532 in its Oct. 3 paint war for Sistercare, an organization helping victims of domestic violence.
USC hosted 12 speakers at the Alumni Center this week for the first TEDxUofSC. The speakers talked about issues they see in the world and how everyone has the power to make a positive impact.
Greek ambassador to America Haris Lalacos spoke to students and faculty at USC about the current financial and migration crisis in Greece following an invitation from President Harris Pastides and Patricia Moore-Pastides.
USC PD confirmed that someone was taken to the hospital following an incident at Bull Street Garage on Oct. 2. Bull Street Garage was still open for parking but one stairwell was blocked off near the Gate One entrance just after 11 p.m. Tuesday.
The Firehouse Sub Public Safety Foundation donated $27,000 to the USC Division of Law Enforcement and Safety (DLES) to place trauma kits in multiple buildings at USC, a move the department says will increase safety on campus.