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Finding a job on campus can be challenging at times, but Adarsh Shidhaye, a third-year public health student, advises students to put themselves out there when job-hunting.
Although USC student Amanda Whalen applied for unemployment in March, she just received her $5,300 unemployment benefit check last week.
At a town hall on Wednesday to students and families, President Bob Caslen revealed that while Clemson has decided to go online until Sept. 21, he remains “confident in risk management measures” that the university has put in place.
COVID-19 has caused many people to lose their jobs over the past few months, but a Lexington couple has used the pandemic to their advantage to start a new business in under two months.
Student Body Vice President Hannah White is working with the Visitors Center to include facts about African American history on campus tours.
The past month has brought change to everyone’s lives as millions of protesters raised their voices in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Julian Williams was "one of the few Black students" in most of his classes as an undergraduate at the University of Michigan. At the time, Michigan was in a legal challenge with the Supreme Court because of opposition to the recruitment of Black students and other students of color, a case that led Williams to become a student activist.
Zipporah Williams, the vice president of the African American Student Association, lived in Sims residence hall as a freshman.
During Student Body President Issy Rushton’s involvement with the Future Planning Group, it became evident to her that there was a need for guidelines to be put in place for the health and safety of the student body.
When USC alumna Heather Armel first googled Strom Thurmond after hearing about renaming the Strom Thurmond Fitness Center on social media, she was horrified to discover who he was.
As part of USC's three-phased return plan, nursing students are some of the first students to return to campus.
When President Caslen announced in early May that dining practices would be "grab and go" styles, leaders of campus sustainability raised concerns that these new practices might not be the most sustainable option.
When Sudipta Saha, the graduate council representative for the Graduate Student Association (GSA), first joined USC's graduate school in 2015, GSA didn't have much of a presence in the graduate student body.
Hundreds of protestors gathered on the steps of the South Carolina Statehouse on Sunday to march in protest of the death of George Floyd. Originally, it was a peaceful protest, but things turned sour after several hours of marching.
When President Bob Caslen announced that classes would continue online after spring break, many important events were canceled, including the Ballet Stars of New York and Choreographer's Showcase. COVID-19 has caused a difficult transition for the dance program.
Many USC nursing alumni are facing significant challenges while on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. They have sacrificed their personal lives and their comfort to help save lives throughout the country.
The Front Coffee and Tap just opened its doors in the CanalSide apartment development next to the Congaree River.
The Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships announced Wednesday that students can obtain funds from the CARES Act.
Two third-year students from the South Carolina Honors College won the Goldwater Scholarship, a distinguished award for STEM majors who show promise within their fields. This is the 28th year students from USC have won the award.