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Though the forecast for Hurricane Florence is still in flux, it is all but certain that South Carolina will be impacted.
A new semester is starting up across campus, and just like every August, a million things may look the same, but a million things are different.
A wide swath of students at USC's Columbia campus will be required to have health insurance as a condition of enrollment starting in the upcoming fall semester.
You are not reading this in a print edition of The Daily Gamecock. Chances are you're not even reading it on a desktop. Nope, you're probably on a phone, laptop or tablet. You were probably brought here by a tweet or a Facebook post. That's the reality of media in 2018.
The Daily Gamecock took home 25 South Carolina Press Association awards Friday, including a third place finish in the General Excellence category.
The initial work of Student Government's Student Union Steering Committee was presented to USC's board of trustees on Friday, garnering the support of University President Harris Pastides and trustees alike.
Members of the International Justice Mission were presented with a Student Government resolution condemning human trafficking in South Carolina as part of the Student Senate's final meeting of the semester.
Time Magazine heralded "Silence Breakers," women who have spoken out and spoken up about sexual assault and harassment, as its Person of the Year, announced on Wednesday morning. The night before, local women leaders gathered to discuss the very same movement for #MeToo: A Community Response to Sexual Harassment.
Abraham, Amanda, Anna, Anthony, Charles, Henry, Jack, Jim, Joe, Lucy, Mal., Sancho and his wife, Simon, Toby and Tom are the sixteen names inscribed on one of two new plaques unveiled on the Horseshoe in a ceremony Tuesday morning. It is a not a complete list of every slave who lived and worked at South Carolina College, but like the overall project it is an attempt to reconcile with USC's complicated past in some way.
A Carolina Alert crime bulletin was issued Tuesday evening related to a Columbia Police Department case.
A man was injured early Monday after being hit by a car at the foot of the Horseshoe.
A bill that would dramatically change the way tens of thousands of graduate students pay taxes is one step closer to becoming law.
USC will take time this week to recognize the contributions of slaves who helped build or worked on the campus during its early years.
In an effort to better connect and communicate with students, Student Government launched a new town hall system Tuesday. Members of the student senate gathered on the Russell House Patio to talk to their constituents and collect data on what they want to see from their representatives.
USC's December commencement will feature a Supreme Court justice. Associate Justice Stephen Breyer will serve as guest speaker at the Dec. 18 ceremony for graduates receiving bachelors, masters and professional degrees.
A USC student was identified Friday as the victim of a collision on Rosewood Drive on Wednesday.
The latter half of November in South Carolina is largely dominated by one central event: the Carolina-Clemson football game. Played on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, it's more than a game in more ways than one for many students and fans.
A bill that would add a student vote to USC's Board of Trustees has been prefiled in the South Carolina House.
A diverse group of students, faculty and staff gathered at Rutledge Chapel on Thursday evening to remember students lost to suicide and offer comfort and solace to those affected.