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Students' and faculty's week of getting to know USC presidential candidates rounded out Thursday as Indiana lawyer John Applegate spoke with them about inclusion, student life and the university's future.
USC’s campus has experienced various infrastructural expansions and movements in the past several years, including additional student housing, Russell House renovations and new buildings across campus.
An email sent to USC's College of Information and Communications faculty members on Wednesday morning detailed the sighting of a man in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication's women's restrooms.
Uber ride-sharing service responded on Monday to the death of 21-year-old USC student Samantha Josephson.
Vigil held at Strom Fields
The second annual March for Our Lives event at the South Carolina Statehouse in Columbia tackled the issue of South Carolina gun violence.
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke will visit USC's campus this Friday, and the rally will be sponsored by College Democrats at USC.
When thinking about creativity, images of dance performances or art shows may come to mind. However, USC’s first Creativibe event aims to educate students, faculty and staff about the all-encompassing nature of creativity in its many forms.
When her daughter Ellington was born, doctors told Crystal Hewitt she would never experience a high quality of life due to a spinal cord condition.
As the Student Government elections came to a close Wednesday evening, the elections commission announced the next student body treasurer and vice president. Sophie Davish, a third-year finance student, is set to serve as USC’s next student body vice president with 4,207 votes, or 58.37 percent of the total votes.
Candidates had the opportunity to explain their platforms and advocate for their campaigns Tuesday night at the Student Government executive candidate debate. The debate highlighted diverse candidate viewpoints on bridging relationships between student government and the general student body.