The university is no longer planning to build a parking garage for Greek Village and is now looking to construct a surface parking lot with about 300 spots for Greek students.
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Student Government is entering its second semester of Swipe Out Hunger, a program designed to provide selected students with meal swipes at on-campus dining locations if they cannot afford meals for each week.
The University of South Carolina’s Student Government manages more than $240,000 of student money from the Student Activity Fee, used to fund the Department of Student Life, which then finances Student Government.
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Traffic cones, welcome tents and a hydration station lining Greene Street last week marked a new beginning for the 6,250 students who moved onto campus from 30 countries for their first year at USC.
The University of South Carolina’s Student Government Fall Awards at City Art ended early with an ambulance being called for an attendee on Thursday, a City Art employee said.
Student Government overspent its budget for the Student Government Fall Awards on Nov. 29 by $97.
Student Government manages more than $220,000 of student money from the Student Activity Fee for allocation to other organizations and its own operation. However, the organization's records show that Student Government occasionally applies the allocation rules more generously to itself than other organizations.
The University of South Carolina’s Student Government will hold a formal event called the Student Government Fall Awards on Nov. 29 at City Art Gallery at 8 p.m. and plans to spend $3,515 on the event — more than $1,000 above its original budget.
As a former graduate student waits to see if her lawsuit against a USC professor will go to trial, many students have varying opinions on the details of the case that have been made public.
Henry McMaster was re-elected as governor of South Carolina on Tuesday, defeating Democratic state Rep. James Smith. According to the South Carolina Election Commission, McMaster received 54 percent of the state’s votes.
USC announced the decision to build a statue of former Gamecock women's basketball All-American A’ja Wilson at her graduation in May to be displayed outside of Colonial Life Arena and has since been working on the logistics of the statue, such as funding, design and placement.
USC students waited in line for hours on Thursday to sign a lease at Empire Columbia apartments and watched outraged as prices increased.
Election day for the midterm elections on Nov. 6 is rapidly approaching, and students from different political groups on campus are encouraging their fellow students to get out and vote for what they believe in.
The University of South Carolina is exploring the idea of opening a non-alcoholic club in Five Points for students to have a safe place to be at night.
Flyers detailing the court summons of a former graduate student's lawsuit against a USC professor, Harris Pastides and the university were posted in McMaster College on Monday morning on stairwell railings and hallways throughout the building. Copies of an article by The State newspaper on the lawsuit were also posted.
The Darla Moore School of Business, a highly-ranked business school for public universities across the country, is currently refocusing its undergraduate business curriculum to include the use of statistical software.
Harris Pastides announced that he will step down from the USC presidency in July of next year. Pastides, who has held the position for a decade, made the decision public during his State of the University address on Wednesday on the Horseshoe.
The University of South Carolina has more than two centuries of history, traditions and folklore for USC students and fans to participate in.
The USC College of Pharmacy is working to reduce the side effects of chemotherapy on pediatric cancer patients with a new influx of grant money from an organization supported by some of USC's own.