USC's chief financial officer Leslie Brunelli is moving to the University of Denver to become their senior vice chancellor for finance and treasurer.
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Two former congressmen visited USC for the Congress to Campus tour on Jan. 29 in a Pasta & Politics event to focus on engaging college students in politics.
Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin visited his old stomping grounds Monday to tell USC students that anyone willing to put in work will succeed.
Students from GEOG 202: Weather and Climate partnered with the geography department to launch a weather balloon in front of Thomas Cooper fountain on Jan. 28 to gather readings from the atmosphere, which they will analyze in their lab.
Jan. 17, 2019 1:59 p.m.
Joan Gabel, executive vice president and provost, is preparing to round out her final semester at USC and transition to serving as president at the University of Minnesota.
Students can now visit the Five Points Chick-fil-A until 3 a.m. on Friday night to Saturday morning. The fast food restaurant announced the location would test late night hours beginning Jan. 18.
When Dana Al-Hasan came to USC for her Ph.D., she wanted to restart a chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine, an organization that advocates for the safety and well-being of Palestinians.
Black students at USC are finding community and solace in BlackSpace, a collective support group for black students to talk about their issues at a predominately white institution.
USC is lobbying behind a new piece of legislation that has been garnering attention in the Statehouse in recent months.
BlackSpace, a bimonthly support group for black students on campus, is hoping to bring awareness to the importance of identity through its upcoming “We Wear The Mask” workshop. The event, which will be open to students of multiple identities, seeks to encourage students to turn their personal experiences regarding identity into poetry, music or any other form of art.
The true purpose of Student Government's New Initiative Fund was called into question during the Student Senate meeting when a cabinet member asked for $1,250 for the cabinet's trip to Washington, D.C.
USC chief diversity officer John Dozier appeared at Tuesday night's Student Government cabinet meeting to talk about ongoing plans to increase diversity and multiculturalism on the university's campus.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, D-V.T., and Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., spoke at the South Carolina Statehouse on Jan. 21 at a rally hosted by the NAACP. This year's event aimed to promote adequate public education and celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy.
USC President Harris Pastides opened the university's annual Freedom Rings celebration by asking the audience to come together through diversity and to think as one family.
Jan. 3, 2019
With USC President Harris Pastides’ retirement following the spring semester, concerns have risen about how USC will continue to treat its diverse population.
Caitlyn Lizana has survived five semesters at USC, so she knows by now how to take good notes, almost to a fault.
With the third annual Women’s March in Washington, D.C. underway on Saturday, USC women are reflecting on their beliefs on feminism and activism.
USC is celebrating the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. during a week of service and reflection.