USC is celebrating the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. during a week of service and reflection.
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USC's College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management (HRSM) is moving to the Close-Hipp building for the fall 2019 semester in order to accomodate increased student enrollment.
The USC Student Senate began its work for the spring semester at Tuesday's senate session. Issues at hand included mental health awareness, transparency and the allocation of funds for Krispy Kreme doughnuts and coffee for the organization fair.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren sent a letter to federal ethics officials on Tuesday calling for an investigation into Mick Mulvaney’s reported discussions with the University of South Carolina about the possibility of becoming the school’s next president, according to a story written by The State.
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) lead search efforts on Congaree River after a person reportedly jumped off the Gervais Street bridge around 10:30 a.m. on Jan. 16, according to The State.
USC Student Government rolled out plans for new projects and securing long-term goals at its first cabinet meeting of the spring semester Tuesday in Russell House.
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.
Carolina has had most of the week to get to her new look.
After a year of work, the Residence Hall Association and housing have implemented an equal visitation policy in spring 2019 for Bates House, Capstone, Columbia Hall, Maxcy, Patterson Hall, South Tower and Women’s Quad.
The 2019 spring semester at USC will begin on Jan. 14 and will see the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, the 21st Dance Marathon, the 100th anniversary of Darla Moore School of Business, Student Government elections, the 2019 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament comes to Columbia, Indie Grits and Harris Pastides' retirement as USC’s president.
USC communications announced refreshed logos and a new brand strategy used in written and verbal communications at a Communicators Network meeting on Jan. 9. The new logos were also shared on official USC social media accounts.
Russell House will close for electrical repairs at 10 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6 and will reopen at 7 a.m. Friday.
Sport science programs at USC were ranked No. 1 in the nation by a collegiate world ranking organization for the third consecutive year.
USC’s Student Senate has openly opposed a proposal for mandatory experiential learning, a policy sponsored by the Faculty Senate to require students to get 45 hours of out-of-classroom experiences.
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.
During time designated for introducing, debating and passing new legislation, members of the Student Senate held two separate discussions concerning pineapple on pizza and the introduction of a parody bill.
The Residence Hall Association is hosting its annual Tunnel of Awareness in Russell House Ballroom from Nov. 26 to Nov. 29.
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.
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.