Murder trial begins in death of Dutch Fork student
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USC has historically not always been the most diverse student body. Despite a short period of integration after the Civil War, the university was one of the last schools in the country to accept black students, in 1963, after being ordered to do so by a U.S. district court judge. However, the rapid growth of USC in the 1960s and '70s has brought increased diversity and inclusion to the flagship campus. Today, USC welcomes international students from across the globe.
Hurricane Matthew puts SC on alert
Tuesday, Oct. 4
Students and activists gathered on South Carolina Statehouse grounds Saturday evening to peacefully protest and mourn the loss of black lives across the United States.
I was 14 when the Station Fire broke out in the Angeles National Forest in August, 2009. I remember racing back from a San Diego vacation with my dad when we got a call from our neighbor saying that the firefighters were telling everyone to evacuate. I remember standing in my brothers' room thinking, "What is going to matter most to them?" and piling photo albums in plastic bins to put in the car. I watched the fire climb over the mountain and down upon the house that I had lived in for 10 years.
Winnsboro police chief arrested in prostitution bust
Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015
Elementary school shooter charged, victim on life support
Sustainable Carolina gave a detailed look into the effects of campus life on the environment Friday at its third annual showcase. Contributors, including students and university departments, emphasized not only the importance of sustainability on campus but the community effort involved in helping USC become more eco-friendly.
Ten students moved out of Bates House on Thursday after a mold outbreak, The State reports.
Elementary school shooting victim remains in critical condition
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid for the 2017-18 academic year is available for submission starting this Saturday.
University of South Carolina President Harris Pastides won a IIE Global Changemaker Award on Thursday.
College of Arts and Sciences Dean Lacy Ford was brought in this July with the largest college in the university facing an unfamiliar challenge: a complete lack of carryforward funds projected into the next fiscal year.
USC’s Office of Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention and Prevention is offering more training opportunities this fall to further advocate for a safe Carolina community. The Stand Up Carolina initiative, a program looking to educate on the importance of intervening in potentially dangerous situations, is the center of the project.
A man was been arrested on the Horseshoe late Wednesday afternoon. The man is the suspect in an attempted robbery of a local restaurant that occurred minutes before. An employee of the restaurant called the police and gave chase to the suspect. The employee is unsure if the man was in possession of a weapon.
Three wounded, suspect arrested in SC elementary school shooting
Anderson County officials have confirmed a shooting at an elementary school in Townville, South Carolina. The shooter is in custody, and at least two students were injured, according to CNN.
The City of Columbia held it's Coffee With a Cop event at Chick-Fil-A at Five Points. The purpose of the event was for cops to talk with the community of Columbia about current issues.