USC and Uber announced new safety measures including push notifications to remind users to check for their rides at a designated pickup zone and the inclusion of the "What's My Name?" campaign.
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Student senate passed an amendment Wednesday night which gave the senate power to determine fund misuse instead of the finance committee.
The presidential search committee on Wednesday morning announced John Applegate, Robert L. Caslen, William F. Tate and Joseph T. Walsh as the final candidates for university president.
Students took to USC's Davis Field on Tuesday night for Carolina Productions' first "Foam-a-Palooza."
Planned Parenthood Generation Action, a student organization, raised $765 for Columbia's homeless shelters through its Period Power initiative last week. The organization was founded this semester and used the fundraising initiative to collect money and menstrual products for the homeless population of Columbia.
A current Statehouse bill could impact the issue of free speech on campus.
Threatening phone calls prompted Walk A Mile in Their Shoes, an annual Columbia event that aims to raise awareness for sexual assault, to be canceled two days before its 10th anniversary last week. Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands (STSM), who hosts the event, received the calls.
A group of USC students are building a Formula One-style electric car to compete in the nationwide Formula SAE (Student Automotive Engineers) Electric competition in June 2020. The college teams won't race head-to-head but they will compete against each other in performance competitions.
The University of South Carolina’s second annual Give 4 Garnet day resulted in more than $4 million in gifts from 6,576 donors on April 10. The event exceeded its goal of 6,500 donors in 18 hours and one minute.
An elective music class showcased the creative talents they learned throughout the semester at a concert Thursday night.
Sara Beth Sears was crowned Miss Gamecock 2019 in December 2018. The third-year pharmacy student sat down with the Daily Gamecock to discuss her passion for USC, her family and Children's Miracle Network.
Student senate confirmed senators and continued discussion of the Student Government budget at its meeting on Wednesday night.
Gamecocks gathered on Greene Street on Wednesday afternoon, raising money for Give 4 Garnet among selfie stations and tables featuring games and giveaways.
After being sued for not meeting state-mandated deadlines for Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, USC has said it will resolve issues with responding to requests by June 15, according to The State.
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.
The Daily Gamecock staff took home 25 South Carolina Press Association (SCPA) Collegiate awards including the Collegiate Journalist of the Year award going to editor-in-chief Tori Richman.
Alexia Greene went to Five Points the night after USC student Samantha Josephson was abducted from Harden Street and killed. Greene didn't know about the situation, but said she would have never gone to Five Points if USCPD had sent out a Carolina Alert about the missing student.
USC's Relay For Life raised $179,000 of its $200,000 goal for the American Cancer Society after its annual event, which spanned from 5 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Saturday.
In May 2020, the university will spend $20 million on a year-long renovation of LeConte College. The building currently houses the mathematics and statistics departments and the Student Disability Resource Center.
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.