USC students protested Robert L. Caslen, Jr. Friday before the Board of Trustees was set to announce the new university president.
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A Michigan State University professor presented a lecture on galaxy formation this week at Jones Physcial Science Cenrter.
Students' and faculty's week of getting to know USC presidential candidates rounded out Thursday as Indiana lawyer John Applegate spoke with them about inclusion, student life and the university's future.
The USC community gathered at Rutledge Chapel for a service of remembrance for those who have passed this past academic year.
USC’s campus has experienced various infrastructural expansions and movements in the past several years, including additional student housing, Russell House renovations and new buildings across campus.
The Office of Fellowships and Scholar Programs (OFSP) hosted its end of the year celebration of national fellowship applicants and the office’s 25th anniversary Wednesday afternoon at Harper College.
USC presidential candidate Robert L. “Bob” Caslen spoke to crowds of students, faculty, staff and Columbia residents about the importance of good character and how it extends to sexual assault prevention and his efforts to increase minority and female representation.
Denim Day, an event aimed to inform USC's population of the definition of consent and to raise awareness of sexual assault, was held on Greene Street on Wednesday. The event was organized by Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention & Prevention (SAVIP), the Office of Student Conduct and USCPD.
Harris Pastides will leave the University of South Carolina this year after serving as university president for 11 years.
An email sent to USC's College of Information and Communications faculty members on Wednesday morning detailed the sighting of a man in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication's women's restrooms.
Bennett Lunn, a third-year jurisprudence and education policy student, has been named a 2019 Truman Scholar for his devotion to education reform and equity.
USC presidential candidate William F. Tate IV discussed faculty governance, diversity and inclusion and STEM education funding at three forums on Tuesday.
USC students protested the all-male selection of university presidential candidates by reading an open letter at Monday’s open forum.
USC presidential candidate Walsh speaks on interdisciplinary work, bringing diverse viewpoints to staff
Joseph T. “Jay” Walsh spoke to faculty, staff and students on Monday about his vision for the university and answered questions from attendees about mental health, diversity, safety and research.
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.
The University of South Carolina and Uber have announced their partnership on a nationwide campus safety initiative, which includes features such as push notifications that remind riders to check their Uber's description and President Harris Pastides’ "What’s My Name?" campaign.
The Presidential Candidate Search Committee announced its four finalists for the next university president at a meeting last Wednesday.
Many Five Points bars have pledged to get patrons to their cars safely following Samantha Josephson's death after getting into what she thought was her Uber last month.
When communications professor Lisa Sisk first received her diagnosis last fall for primary progressive aphasia, a rare neurological disease which affects someone’s ability to use language to communicate, she said she cried for nearly three days.
Faculty, students and families gathered on the Horseshoe Thursday afternoon for Awards Day, where a variety of students from each college were recognized for academic achievements, community service and leadership within the Carolina community.