The Office of Fellowships and Scholar Programs (OFSP) hosted its end of the year celebration of national fellowship applicants and the office’s 25th anniversary Wednesday afternoon at Harper College.
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Bennett Lunn, a third-year jurisprudence and education policy student, has been named a 2019 Truman Scholar for his devotion to education reform and equity.
The University of South Carolina and Uber have announced their partnership on a nationwide campus safety initiative, which includes features such as push notifications that remind riders to check their Uber's description and President Harris Pastides’ "What’s My Name?" campaign.
USC and Uber announced new safety measures including push notifications to remind users to check for their rides at a designated pickup zone and the inclusion of the "What's My Name?" campaign.
The University of South Carolina’s second annual Give 4 Garnet day resulted in more than $4 million in gifts from 6,576 donors on April 10. The event exceeded its goal of 6,500 donors in 18 hours and one minute.
Gamecocks gathered on Greene Street on Wednesday afternoon, raising money for Give 4 Garnet among selfie stations and tables featuring games and giveaways.
University President Harris Pastides delivered what was truly his last lecture, as he spoke about how to build a successful life and career as a part of the Last Lecture series.
The second annual March For Our Lives event in Columbia took place Saturday morning at the Statehouse, focusing on gun safety and dealing with gun violence in South Carolina communities. Several people spoke at the rally, including Mayor Stephen Benjamin and 2020 presidential candidate Robby Wells.
U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton spoke to USC's College Democrats on Tuesday night, answering questions and asking some of his own.
Activist and author Blair Imani took an audience through her personal narrative, from her arrest following the shooting of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge to coming out as part of the LGBTQ+ community on national television.