People told stories of how their identity has affected their life at ThisIsUSC Friday in Russell House theater. The event was put on by the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs to close out diversity week.
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UNC professor explores the lives of South Carolinians during the progressive movement of the 20th century
A UNC Chapel Hill professor spoke about her new book, "Sisters and Rebels: A Struggle for the Soul of America" in the Hollings Special Collections Library Thursday. The event was hosted by the university and the University South Caroliniana Society, a private nonprofit organization which supports the Caroliniana Library.
The faculty senate failed to pass a resolution that would recommend changes in the university’s attendance policy.
Alpha Chi Omega raised more than $7,000 for local nonprofit SisterCare during its fourth annual Paint War fundraiser. Striving to “paint away domestic violence,” more than 30 teams and 800 participants rallied together on the Greene Street Fields on Wednesday evening.
Greene Street was filled with hip hop music and dancing Wednesday as the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs hosted Hip Hop Wednesday, the second event of Diversity Week.
Over the last few weeks, several young men have been sitting on Davis Field in a purple tent. These young men represent Delta Tau Delta, a social fraternity that was suspended from campus until last August.
Becoming a student organization on campus requires organizations to have 10 members prior to acceptance, a constitution, a structure and more leading some students to struggle to get their organizations approved.
Former student body president and 2019 USC alumnus Taylor Wright recently started his journey into adulthood.
Long shuttle lines after football games have some students upset and concerned for their safety.
This semester, Student Health Services is introducing a new service allowing students to schedule and attend doctors' appointments virtually instead of going to the Center of Health and Well-Being.
Student Government cabinet moved into a private executive session during its Tuesday night meeting. Student Body President Luke Rankin said they discussed accountability and the roles that each member is expected to fulfill. Rankin said the goal of the private meeting was for members to speak more freely without media in the room and to commit to their roles.
USC's Academic Team won its first tournament of the season, the National Academic Quiz Tournaments, against Georgia Tech on Saturday, Sept. 21. According to first-year electrical engineering student and team member Andrew Boland, it was the first ten to zero victory for the team "in at least a decade."
Diversity Week kicked off on the Russell House patio Tuesday with a barbecue event, BBQueer, to celebrate the beginning of LGBTQ+ History Month.
The university is planning to stop charging Greek students its $375 parking fee after this semester and intends to create 500 parking spots by August 2020 and 300 additional spaces by January 2022 with the $7.5 million collected from students.
Last fall, Nellie Hildebrandt and a few of her friends met often to discuss each other’s writing in a small group.
A chapter of the Dreamers Scholarship Council formed this semester at USC and aims to provide scholarship money to low-income high school and college students by raising funds for scholarships.
A third-year student was at Dance Marathon last semester when she weighed herself in the bathroom and realized she had dropped 17 pounds in two months after being unable to afford groceries.
This year's inaugural Civic Engagement Fair invited students on Greene Street to engage with various political platforms.
The annual career fair hosted more than 100 employers this year, including BMW, Geico and Spectrum.
Seventeen Zeta Tau Alpha sorority members moved out of their house in Greek Village more than two weeks ago after high mold spore levels in the air were discovered in the house.