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.
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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.
Teaching choir ensembles, one-on-one music lessons and other classes in the School of Music are more difficult with the switch to online learning, so music professors are using creative solutions to teach their students effectively.
The USC Department of Mechanical Engineering's faculty and students are stepping up to support hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through a collection of personal and university-owned 3D printers, the team is manufacturing face shields for hospital workers to use as protection against the virus.
Democratic presidential candidates Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Mayor Pete Buttigieg came to the Columbia area last week in an effort to rally support before the South Carolina primary on Feb. 29.
Many people showed up to Pete Buttigieg’s rally in Columbia, South Carolina, on Feb. 28 to support his presidential campaign and promise their vote in the South Carolina primaries on Feb. 29.
The novel coronavirus is spreading throughout the world. The respiratory virus began in Wuhan, China, and there are now more than 14,000 cases as of Feb. 2. Eighteen countries have reported positive cases of the virus, including the United States, which has eight confirmed cases so far.
Over 150 student organizations tabled on Greene Street for the Spring Student Organization Fair Jan. 22. Students made their way through a large variety of clubs, such as the Gamecock Spikeball Club and the Beekeeping Club.
Nearly 250 people celebrated women's reproductive rights, the protection of immigrant families and conservationism on the South Carolina Statehouse steps at the Women's March on Jan. 18.
International students brought awareness to their cultures at the International Festival Friday, which featured displays from countries including Vietnam, Taiwan, Japan, Chile and China.
USC alumna Kristen Boyle's job search ended when she passed by a sign for a position at the American Red Cross.
Dance Marathon is an organization that works comes together to raise funds for those in need of treatment plans, child life specialists and more to improve the lives of children at Prisma Health Children’s Hospital through Children’s Miracle Network’s Child Life Program.
Student organizations learned how to manage different mental health scenarios in a workshop hosted by Student Government in partnership with the Hilinski's Hope foundation on Sunday.
First-year biology student Becca Davis was vegan for two years before coming to USC. She became a vegetarian this semester when she didn't see a lot of vegan options.
On Wednesday, the Department of Multicultural Student Affairs held its first Spirit Day. Organized by assistant director for LGBTQ+ education Caroline Wallace, the event aimed to encourage the USC community to speak out against LGBTQ+ bullying.
People told stories of how their identity has affected their life at ThisIsUSC Friday in Russell House theater. The event was put on by the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs to close out diversity week.