After overcoming personal obstacles, Casey Hamlin, a student body presidential candidate, said he hopes to provide more opportunities to students struggling in life.
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As the university moves forward with a feasibility study to find the best location for the new student union, the community considers moving west — specifically, to the Carolina Coliseum.
The annual National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) walk on Saturday brought more than 240 students and members of the community together to raise awareness for eating disorders.
Pretending to be from Michigan unfortunately won't get you out of a possession charge in South Carolina.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council celebrated its organizations, The Divine Nine, with NPHC week. The week featured events such as professional workshops, Black History Month trivia and the Wild 'N Out event on Thursday night in Russell House Theater.
USCPD and Columbia Fire Department arrived at Blossom Street garage before noon after a vehicle parked in the garage began smoking.
In conjunction with Southern Smash founder McCall Dempsey, USC students Imani Roberson and Mills Hayes shared their stories of realization and recovery in a panel addressing eating disorders as a part of Carolina BeYOUtiful Week.
USCPD is looking to prioritize use of an emergency contact smartphone app and phase out use of the blue light emergency system in the future, according to a presentation during student senate on Wednesday.
A man was walking to his car that was parked on Bull Street, just past the entrance to USC, when he found a strange bag. The man then called Columbia police.
The beginning of USC Student Government campaign season was marked with 13 students running for executive positions as well as some early-on accusations of campaign violations.
The Carolina Beekeeping Club is a new student organization and one of the more than 150 that set up tables on Greene Street today for the organization fair.
Shortly after 9 p.m. on a very important Sunday, Russell House and central campus residence halls went dark.
USC Dance Marathon came up $11,873 short of the $119,000 goal for Forever to Thee Kids Day, but the staff spirits are still high as they prepare for the main event on March 2. During Forever to Thee Kids Day, Dance Marathon staff raised $107,127.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) hosted its first Diversity Dialogue Series event for the semester on Thursday, kicking off the series for the spring semester.
An underage male blew a 0.16, double the legal limit, for percent blood alcohol level after officer found 64 beers in the man's vehicle upon search.
Student Body President Taylor Wright is continuing to push final projects and initiatives forward in his last semester in office, including tuition transparency for USC students.
Students are leaving their mark on a USC residence hall, slowly but surely coloring its interior with internationally inspired artwork.
The Student Senate voted to not override Student Body President Taylor Wright’s veto on bill 110(64), which would have given Student Government the ability to subpoena, after senator Patrick Greene, chairman of the judiciary committee, requested the Senate to override the vote.
One year ago, Mills Hayes was battling an eating disorder. Today, she is using her experiences to empower others through Carolina BeYOUtiful week.
The letters "FTK" become commonplace during the spring semester at USC as over a thousand Dance Marathon participants students gear up to dance and raise money "for the kids."