Student Body President Luke Rankin addressed a building and grounds committee meeting set for this Friday to address the Greek parking situation Tuesday. Rankin said he met with the involved chapters with houses on campus, the College Panhellenic Association, Interfraternity Council, board of trustees members and other staff members.
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To celebrate National Voter Registration Day, campus organizations registered 72 students to vote on Greene Street on Tuesday.
Throughout her time at USC, "The Patchwork Feminist" podcast creator and host Lyric Swinton has been quite a familiar face.
A Greek alumnus started a petition on change.org that garnered more than 3,000 signatures in less than 24 hours following the university’s plan to throw out the construction of a Greek parking garage and opt for a surface lot instead.
The rallying cry at the Climate Strike in front of the Statehouse was, "Who is going to save the globe?"
The board of trustees building and grounds committee proposed a $19.5 million renovation project in the Honors Residence Hall that would construct the third wing of the hall from the building's original designs as a separate building.
The Faculty Senate passed a resolution calling for legislative action against the board of trustees in a a Wednesday afternoon meeting.
Sixteen students lived in the Courtyard Marriott on Assembly Street for the first few weeks of classes until beds on campus became available, as there was not enough room initially to house all of the new students. Now, all of the students have moved into on-campus residence halls.
The student ticketing office revoked multiple students' 2019 football ticket privileges before the Alabama game following reports of attempts to buy or sell either their own or other students' tickets.
Student Body President Luke Rankin addressed the recent developments in a 300 space parking lot in the Greek Village, which has replaced the previously planned garage. Greek students who have houses in Greek Village have paid fees since 2016. A new plan was announced at last week's board of trustees buildings and grounds committee meeting, featuring a surface parking lot for Greek students.
Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg's campaign has found its way to South Carolina.
Three candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for 2020’s presidential race visited the University of South Carolina on Sunday in a town hall series hosted by the College Democrats.
The university is no longer planning to build a parking garage for Greek Village and is now looking to construct a surface parking lot with about 300 spots for Greek students.
Claire Monterroyo was sitting in front of the Horseshoe on Sumter Street waiting for a bus to take her to Greek Village when she was approached by a woman she didn't know.
Student Government held its 9/11 memorial event on Davis Field Wednesday. At the event, students could write cards to local first responders and active military thanking them for their service, write pledges on a chalkboard to those who lost their lives, sign up to donate blood and chat with police officers.
Even with the recent implementation of multiple payment methods, some students believe the Bull Street garage gate three pay station lines have gotten longer.
On Tuesday, Student Body President Luke Rankin's executive cabinet held its second official meeting. Rankin described cabinet meetings as a time to brainstorm with student leaders and discuss ideas for future initiatives. The members discussed Stigma Free USC, Sustainability Week and the Higher Education Opportunities Act.
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 Government is entering its second semester of Swipe Out Hunger, a program designed to provide selected students with meal swipes at on-campus dining locations if they cannot afford meals for each week.