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Faculty raises, strategic plans and a new health science campus are among topics USC’s board of trustees discussed on Friday.
At its meeting Feb 21, the board of trustees approved Julian R. Williams to serve as the university’s first vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion.
Four hearings were held the night of Feb. 20 regarding election violations filed to the elections commission. One case, White v. Crawford, was found invalid and did not have a hearing. The hearings were moderated by the constitutional council with chief justice Robert Augustine and associate justices Brandon Rattray and Robert Cathcart present.
The constitutional council decided there was undue influence in the case of Lunn, Patrick v. Latham.
A hearing was held Tuesday night to resolve the constitutional challenge issued by speaker pro tempore Brandon Patrick and elections commissioner Bennett Lunn against Speaker of the Student Senate Davis Latham.
A constitutional challenge took center stage at the Feb. 12 student senate meeting and a referendum was voted down.
The board of trustees met this morning to discuss changes to the USC School of Medicine Greenville Operating Agreement with Prisma Health and the relationship between Prisma Health and the School of Medicine trust.
As of Thursday, the final candidates for the position of provost, the chief academic officer of USC, are Nancy Rapoport, William Tate and John Wiencek.
College is stressful, and failure is a part of life. In an effort to support the mental health of USC students, the university has started a series of seminars called The Resiliency Project, an initiative university President Bob Caslen announced in an op-ed published by The State.
The role of Student Government Speaker of the Student Senate Davis Latham is in question following a constitutional challenge brought up on the floor in Wednesday night’s senate meeting.
Friends and faculty remember the lives of USC students Frank Arnold and Ryan Carr, who took their own lives over winter break.
Association of Governing Boards (AGB) consultants Richard Legon and Ellen Chaffee, who penned the original report regarding the status of the USC board of trustees, led a discussion at Friday's retreat about how the board should change moving forward.
Association of Governing Boards finds board of trustees' culture obstructs prioritization of university
The Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB), an outside consulting firm, found "a fundamentally misguided governance culture" after conducting a "top to bottom review" of the board of trustees.
The Friends of UofSC Libraries launch party showcased the “Four Color Fantasies” comic book exhibit and comic book writers Roy and Dann Thomas, who spoke at the event on Jan. 23.
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) has found that the presidential search process for USC breached two “standards” of the association's “Principle of Accreditation,” a newly released letter states.
Cole Sawyer was only 11 when he lost his battle with cancer. He had spent some of his battle at CAMP KEMO, a summer camp that served as a retreat for patients undergoing serious medical issues or cancer.
Advising has expanded at USC recently, and students still report issues from miscommunication to scheduling conflicts, which leads to the question: Where do we go from here?
Fourth-year broadcast journalism student Elena Barilla knew she wanted to be a journalist when she dissected a cat in 10th grade anatomy and hated every minute of it.
On Wednesday, Oct. 23, the student senate voted in support of a resolution calling for the student body president to be able to vote on the board of trustees.