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Student Life held its second Diversity Matters Lunch and Learn series which aims to increase staff members' cultural understanding and the benefits of diversity and inclusion at USC.
“One, two, three ... Go cocks, beat Clemson!” kicked off "PT with the President" Thursday morning.
The student senate met Wednesday for its second weekly meeting of the fall semester. Here's what you missed:
Student Government held its official inaugural cabinet meeting of the semester Tuesday night and planned out each members' goals and initiatives for the fall semester. These initiatives range from forming stronger relationships with the student body, improving safety on campus and expanding mental health outreach.
USC will remain open this week while Hurricane Dorian makes its way to Florida and up the Southeast coast of the United States throughout this week.
The University of South Carolina’s Student Government manages more than $240,000 of student money from the Student Activity Fee, used to fund the Department of Student Life, which then finances Student Government.
Students held a vigil honoring the life of a USC student and Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) fraternity member Thursday evening at Strom Fields. The student died by suicide in Greek Village this past Tuesday, creating a shockwave in the community.
The last day to withdraw from a full-term class without failing the course is now on Nov. 6, which is several weeks later than it has been in previous years.
USC’s Police Department developed a specialized K-9 unit consisting of Sherri and Poppy, two Labrador retrievers trained in explosives and firearm detection, in an effort to improve campus and event security.
Student Body President Luke Rankin announced that Bull Street garage will now accept multiple methods of payment Wednesday evening.
Walking down Greene Street Wednesday, you may have been offered donuts or coffee from various organizations trying to recruit new members. Among the tables lining the street was one of USC’s newest organizations, Student Survivors for Survivors.
On Tuesday, USC students gathered in the Russell House Ballroom to attend Meet the Greeks, an event put on by the university’s National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), an organization comprised of nine historically African American and international Greek-lettered sororities and fraternities.
Friends and family gathered in front of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) house to honor a student and member of the organization whose death they learned about earlier in the day.
Authorities are investigating a death that occurred on the 500 block of Lincoln Street, according to coroner Gary Watts.
Within the past year, measles made a comeback in the United States, most notably in New York, California and Washington, but there were six measles cases last year in the upstate region of South Carolina and more in the state's surrounding areas.
About 1,500 new sorority members ran home into the arms of their new sisters on Sunday at Bid Day in Colonial Life Arena after more than a week of sorority recruitment.
This past move-in week, some returning students who moved into their new homes for the year were greeted with mold, stains and dust.
For students in the College of Arts and Sciences, the new Student Excellence Collaborative (SEC) in Flinn Hall will serve as a one-stop shop for information and resources related to housing, advising, study abroad, internships, career goals, scholarships and research opportunities.
Traffic cones, welcome tents and a hydration station lining Greene Street last week marked a new beginning for the 6,250 students who moved onto campus from 30 countries for their first year at USC.