USC students and faculty got the chance to learn behind-the scenes-information about the top three sporting events in South Carolina during the latest installment of the Dr. Thomas H. Regan lecture series Tuesday evening in the Russell House Theater.
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Twenty-five people at USC were celebrated Tuesday for making a difference.
Carolina Alert reported a death in the parking garage adjacent to the Dodie Academic Enrichment Center today.
Cory Booker talked with a South Carolina crowd about his vision for America, touching on issues including economic inequality, healthcare reform, climate change and criminal justice reform.
Students celebrated having raised $27,079 over the past year for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at the Up 'til Dawn event.
Texas senator and 2020 presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke visited USC's campus to hear from students and discuss his presidential campaign goals.
Several democratic candidates visited Columbia to speak on their policies after kicking off their 2020 presidential campaigns.
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke visited USC's campus today to meet students, discuss his campaign goals and hear students' opinions on the election.
A man is suing USC for not releasing documents before deadlines in compliance with the Freedom of Information Act.
In solidarity with the national event in Washington, D.C., March for Our Lives in Columbia is set for Saturday, and this year's event is different from the last. The focus is on gun violence, specifically in the Palmetto state.
U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton spoke to USC's College Democrats on Tuesday night, answering questions and asking some of his own.
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke will visit USC's campus this Friday, and the rally will be sponsored by College Democrats at USC.
USC students looked to tackle stress and hone their time management skills at a workshop at the Center for Health and Well-Being Tuesday evening.
McKissick Museum hosted "Nature of Spring" on Tuesday with Rudy Mancke, USC’s naturalist-in-residence and long-time director of South Carolina ETV’s NatureScene, exploring organisms living in South Carolina’s springtime.
Nearly two dozen USC students spent their spring break immersed in culture and history on the alternative spring break civil rights tour sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA).
When thinking about creativity, images of dance performances or art shows may come to mind. However, USC’s first Creativibe event aims to educate students, faculty and staff about the all-encompassing nature of creativity in its many forms.
Patricia Moore-Pastides looks out onto USC's historic Horseshoe through the second-floor window of the President's House, the place she's called home for the past 10 years. It's a sunny, chilly day with a few students relaxing in the grass and many rushing on the brick pathways to class.
Members of a new sorority chapter are looking to help Asian-American students find not only sisterhood but cultural connections and an identity at USC.
When Danielle Coriale was in high school, she excelled in science. She went on to enter university as a premedical biochemistry student. Today, she is a professor of literature helping pioneer a minor in medical humanities at USC.
Frank Turek, coauthor of "I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist," presented evidence for how the earth was created and answered questions at Russell House on Thursday night to persuade students of the validity behind Christianity.