The Forward campaign asked a member of the campaign staff and clerk of the student senate to resign after there was insufficient evidence to back up campaign violations against Nick Hooks, speaker of the senate candidate.
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A licensed child clinical psychologist shared her insight on diversity, equity, inclusion and the importance of empathy with USC graduate students and faculty on Friday.
For many USC students, Russell House employees are a constant in their daily lives.
The hard campaigning period for Student Government elections began Tuesday night after the executive candidate debate, and as of Wednesday, 14 more campaign violations have been filed.
Weeks after the governor of Virginia admitted to wearing blackface in his 1980s Eastern Virginia Medical School yearbook, a look into USC archives found equally racist imagery.
Student Government candidates began hard campaigning with tabling on Greene Street Wednesday afternoon.
The Board of Trustees approved a project to fix the "terrifying" elevators in Capstone.
Candidates had the opportunity to explain their platforms and advocate for their campaigns Tuesday night at the Student Government executive candidate debate. The debate highlighted diverse candidate viewpoints on bridging relationships between student government and the general student body.
Nick Hooks received two more campaign violation accusations Monday after attending Alpha Chi Omega and Kappa Kappa Gamma’s chapter meetings.
As the soft-campaigning period ends, Student Government executive candidates continue to receive violation accusations.
Criminal justice reform, universal health care and immigration are just some of the issues that students had in mind as they attended Sen. Kamala Harris' town hall event on Saturday ahead of the 2020 election season.
Third-generation Gamecock Luke Rankin said he hopes to guide the university into a new era and generation of students, while still honoring its traditions and past.
Patrick Ellis, a third-year political science student, is currently serving as the first speaker of the Student Senate, but now he's shooting for student body president.
Student Body Presidential candidate Jacob Thompson wants to secure the favor and votes of the student body, but not in the ways one may be used to.
Personable. Hardworking. Active in the community.
Following Carolina BeYOUtiful week earlier this semester, two students have decided to expand Student Body Vice President Mills Hayes’s initiative with a movement called #IamIncredible.
Lyric Swinton decided to run for student body president while making a bowl of ramen.
Of the hundreds of clubs and organizations on USC’s campus, only one advocates for those tiny creatures who pollinate much of our food. The Beekeeping Club, with its diverse, skilled members, has become the foremost advocate for bees on campus and in the community.
Da'Cia Campbell teaches female students how to take initiative and defend themselves against attackers.
Candidates for USC Student Government offices have officially announced their bids after a candidate meeting on Tuesday night, starting the road to the Feb. 26 and Feb 27 elections.