Former astronaut Clay Anderson visited campus to discuss his life journey from Earth to space and autograph and promote his books.
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Students can look forward to Greene Street construction and a Devine Street bridge closure over the next two years starting this fall.
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.
USC presidential candidate William F. Tate IV discussed faculty governance, diversity and inclusion and STEM education funding at three forums on Tuesday.
A group of USC students are building a Formula One-style electric car to compete in the nationwide Formula SAE (Student Automotive Engineers) Electric competition in June 2020. The college teams won't race head-to-head but they will compete against each other in performance competitions.
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.
In celebration of the world's different cultures, USC students, staff and friends came together Tuesday for World Night.
USC student Samantha Josephson went missing early Friday morning after getting into what the 21-year-old and her friends believed was an Uber.
Cyclists at USC could soon have access to more bike racks on campus.
Cory Booker talked with a South Carolina crowd about his vision for America, touching on issues including economic inequality, healthcare reform, climate change and criminal justice reform.
In solidarity with the national event in Washington, D.C., March for Our Lives in Columbia is set for Saturday, and this year's event is different from the last. The focus is on gun violence, specifically in the Palmetto state.
Frank Turek, coauthor of "I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist," presented evidence for how the earth was created and answered questions at Russell House on Thursday night to persuade students of the validity behind Christianity.
Senator Amy Klobuchar held a meet-and-greet for approximately 300 supporters in a crowded Columbia home on Saturday to give attendees a chance to talk to her directly.
The Board of Trustees approved a project to fix the "terrifying" elevators in Capstone.
Da'Cia Campbell teaches female students how to take initiative and defend themselves against attackers.
After overcoming personal obstacles, Casey Hamlin, a student body presidential candidate, said he hopes to provide more opportunities to students struggling in life.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council celebrated its organizations, The Divine Nine, with NPHC week. The week featured events such as professional workshops, Black History Month trivia and the Wild 'N Out event on Thursday night in Russell House Theater.
The Carolina Beekeeping Club is a new student organization and one of the more than 150 that set up tables on Greene Street today for the organization fair.
Two former congressmen visited USC for the Congress to Campus tour on Jan. 29 in a Pasta & Politics event to focus on engaging college students in politics.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, D-V.T., and Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., spoke at the South Carolina Statehouse on Jan. 21 at a rally hosted by the NAACP. This year's event aimed to promote adequate public education and celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy.