This semester’s TCoop Talks aim to bring faculty from different departments and students at USC together to talk about comics and how they relate to various fields of study.
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Student Life held its second Diversity Matters Lunch and Learn series which aims to increase staff members' cultural understanding and the benefits of diversity and inclusion at USC.
USC’s Police Department developed a specialized K-9 unit consisting of Sherri and Poppy, two Labrador retrievers trained in explosives and firearm detection, in an effort to improve campus and event security.
A Michigan State University professor presented a lecture on galaxy formation this week at Jones Physcial Science Cenrter.
The Hollings Special Collections Library’s open gallery of its current exhibit, Justice for All, brought Louise Brown, a civil rights and social justice advocate, to USC to speak about her experiences in the 1969 Charleston hospital workers' strike on Saturday.
USC’s speech communication and rhetoric faculty chose six introductory speech students to speak at the university's first public speaking competition. In addition to a shot at a cash prize, finalists took the opportunity to inform an audience of their chosen topic.
Office of Multicultural Student Affairs Celebration of Excellence awards students for leadership, service
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) hosted the Celebration of Excellence on Wednesday in the Russell House Ballroom to acknowledge students on campus who are actively creating a diverse community and promoting social justice at USC.
Students and faculty learned how to make healthier alternatives to their favorite takeout foods with the “Make Your Own Takeout” cooking class.
McKissick Museum hosted "Nature of Spring" on Tuesday with Rudy Mancke, USC’s naturalist-in-residence and long-time director of South Carolina ETV’s NatureScene, exploring organisms living in South Carolina’s springtime.
Award-winning novelist Thi Bui’s talk, "The Best We Could Do: The Search for Freedom and Home Across Borders," depicts her and her family’s personal struggle as Vietnamese refugees.
Of the hundreds of clubs and organizations on USC’s campus, only one advocates for those tiny creatures who pollinate much of our food. The Beekeeping Club, with its diverse, skilled members, has become the foremost advocate for bees on campus and in the community.
Students are leaving their mark on a USC residence hall, slowly but surely coloring its interior with internationally inspired artwork.
An MLK week documentary viewing and panel discussion, hosted by the Matthew J. Perry Chapter of the National Black Law Students Association on Jan. 17 in USC’s law school, showcased the efforts of African-American women actively engaged in the fight for equal rights.
Evan Meaney, associate professor in the School of Visual Art and Design, gave the first monthly TCoop Talk hosted by the University Libraries' Outreach Committee on Wednesday, Nov. 28 in the Thomas Cooper Library.
With the Carolina Clemson football game coming up, South Carolina students whose families and friends are Clemson fans shared their experiences in choosing USC and how they show pride for their school.
USC's geography department, University Libraries and the Digital Belt and Road Program (DBAR) International Center of Excellence on Big Earth Data for Coasts hosted Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Day on Nov. 14 in the Thomas Cooper Library.
Colorful and creative parade float displays filled the Russell House ballroom on Oct. 22 for Homecoming Week's event Gamecock Walk.
Many students have taken a break from campus life over fall break, but the new week will bring many former students back to campus for 2018's calendar of Homecoming events beginning Oct. 22.