Student Government cabinet members discussed on-campus safety, the Carolinian Creed and counseling session donations in the final meeting of the semester.
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Third-year electrical engineering student Jack Hannum has a photo of Elon Musk unveiling a Tesla Roadster as the background on his laptop. Inspired by Musk and Tesla's ability to commercialize electric vehicles, Hannum said he eventually wants to work for Tesla and has applied for several positions.
Student Government focused on its partnership with Clemson University's Student Government to address mental health and new student union inspiration during its weekly cabinet meeting.
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital holds an annual Up 'til Dawn fundraising event in the spring where volunteers, patients and families stay awake from midnight to 6 a.m. to play games and fundraise for the hospital.
Student Government held its weekly cabinet meeting Tuesday discussing a recap of the Veteran's Day 5K and an upcoming life after college panel and experiences.
The fourth floor of Thomas Cooper Library is set to be renovated over winter break and be open for students by the start of the spring semester in a redesign inspired by the setup of the mezzanine.
First-generation USC students wrote stereotypes on popsicles, broke them to symbolize a breaking of stereotypes given to first-generation college students. Then students wrote words of encouragement on larger popsicle sticks and placed them onto a mural poster which formed into a number one signifying first-generation college students.
Student Government members discussed three new student union proposals and the Veterans Day 5k at its weekly meeting Tuesday night.
Eleven presidential candidates touched down in Columbia this weekend for the 2019 Benedict College Second Step Criminal Justice Reform forum. The forum asked presidential candidates to follow up the passing of the First Step Act criminal justice reform bill last year and to promise their second step to address criminal justice reform.
Trump protesters and supporters clashed outside of Benedict's arch as they chanted and debated viewpoints Saturday in light of President Donald Trump coming to Benedict College in Columbia to speak at the Presidential Justice Forum.
Seventy-seven bikes were removed in August from bike racks by vehicle management after they were tagged a few months prior. Now, they are sitting in an enclosed fence behind Colonial Life Arena and, if not claimed by early December, will be thrown away or donated.
The Student Government cabinet discussed Stigma Free USC, a student vote on the board of trustees and recapped the board's decision to end the Greek parking fee last week during its weekly meeting Tuesday.
Recap: SG cabinet discusses Down syndrome awareness, compost, possible Woodrow basketball court renovation
Student Government discussed Down syndrome awareness, sustainability month and possible Woodrow basketball court renovations during its weekly Tuesday meeting.
The board of trustees' selection of President Bob Caslen will be reviewed by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS) and a South Carolina Senate Select Committee.
Becoming a student organization on campus requires organizations to have 10 members prior to acceptance, a constitution, a structure and more leading some students to struggle to get their organizations approved.
Student Government cabinet moved into a private executive session during its Tuesday night meeting. Student Body President Luke Rankin said they discussed accountability and the roles that each member is expected to fulfill. Rankin said the goal of the private meeting was for members to speak more freely without media in the room and to commit to their roles.
Student Body President Luke Rankin addressed a building and grounds committee meeting set for this Friday to address the Greek parking situation Tuesday. Rankin said he met with the involved chapters with houses on campus, the College Panhellenic Association, Interfraternity Council, board of trustees members and other staff members.
Student Body President Luke Rankin addressed the recent developments in a 300 space parking lot in the Greek Village, which has replaced the previously planned garage. Greek students who have houses in Greek Village have paid fees since 2016. A new plan was announced at last week's board of trustees buildings and grounds committee meeting, featuring a surface parking lot for Greek students.
Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg's campaign has found its way to South Carolina.
Claire Monterroyo was sitting in front of the Horseshoe on Sumter Street waiting for a bus to take her to Greek Village when she was approached by a woman she didn't know.