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The University of South Carolina School of Law has named William Hubbard its new dean. Hubbard graduated from USC in 1974 with a bachelor's degree in history and from the School of Law in 1977 with a Juris Doctor.
The University of South Carolina will be implementing furloughs as a cost-saving measure in response to COVID-19. The measure will impact faculty and staff with a base salary of $118,000 at the Columbia campus and Palmetto College, according to a letter sent to faculty from vice president for human resources Caroline Agardy.
The University of South Carolina has cancelled all study abroad programs for fall 2020.
The Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center will reopen Monday with new hours and safety measures in place.
This story was updated at 3:39 p.m. on July 1. An earlier version stated the university set its threshold for handling new COVID-19 cases at 150 per week. In a follow-up interview on June 29, Deborah Beck said this was incorrect. University spokesperson Jeff Stensland clarified that 150 represents the number of new cases the Student Health Center can handle without making adjustments to its operation. This story and its headline have been updated to reflect this.
The board of trustees ad hoc committee on governance voted Wednesday in favor of revising the board's committee structure and bylaws.
Being labeled a non-essential business was a tough pill to swallow for Loose Lucy’s co-owner James D. McCallister. “No one likes to be told they’re inessential,” he said, but he nonetheless closed down his mom and pop hippie shop when he was ordered to March 28.
Highways were less prevalent. Barbecue was all pork. Gas stations didn’t double as massive beaver-emblazoned convenience stores. And the music scene was sorely lacking. Raised in Austin, Texas, Caden Askew noticed some immediate differences when he moved to the Carolinas in 2017.
USC President Bob Caslen announced on Wednesday that all individuals will be expected to carry a face covering on campus starting June 1.
Students returned to the United States in droves after the Study Abroad Office advised them to come home in March. The Department of State had just issued a global “reconsider travel” advisory, the third of four advisory levels.
This summer isn’t going to look quite like the others, but that doesn’t mean it has to be spent staring at the wall. Granted, your options are essentially to walk around outside or watch something on your computer, but Columbia and the surrounding area are still rife with activities that allow a healthy distance between you and others.
The ad hoc advisory committee on finance updated the board of trustees via teleconference on Thursday. While COVID-19 has left a sizable impact on the university’s budget, the committee expects the previously estimated revenue loss of $20 million to $40 million to remain the same.
Last summer, class of 2020 alumna Catharine Aretakis was digging through archives in Berlin for answers to a question all but forgotten by history. What she found led to a Fulbright grant.
— This story is current as of May 14. These policies are dependent upon the development of COVID-19.
The University of South Carolina will resume in-person classes for the fall 2020 semester.
South Carolina women's basketball head coach Dawn Staley said she is ready to move on to next season.
For four years, The Local Buzz has cultivated a sense of family within the community. According to owner and operator Stephanie Bridgers, the coffee shop was founded with the mission to make all feel welcome, emphasizing hospitality above all else. She’s come to know her customers quite well, listening to their stories as they share photos of loved ones and order their daily coffees.
It was roughly 2 a.m. on March 12 when third-year broadcast journalism student Peter Smith watched a wave of USC students run out of a Barcelona club. Shrieking and in tears, he said, they flooded the beach and began searching for flights as prices rapidly increased.
On Wednesday, USC announced spring break will be extended until March 22 and classes will begin online instruction on March 23 until at least April 6.