The University of South Carolina’s Student Government Fall Awards at City Art ended early with an ambulance being called for an attendee on Thursday, a City Art employee said.
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USC students waited in line for hours on Thursday to sign a lease at Empire Columbia apartments and watched outraged as prices increased.
The Firehouse Sub Public Safety Foundation donated $27,000 to the USC Division of Law Enforcement and Safety (DLES) to place trauma kits in multiple buildings at USC, a move the department says will increase safety on campus.
Two years after the 2016 presidential election, National Voter Registration Day on Sept. 25 prepared students for the upcoming midterm elections.
For the fourth year in a row, tropical weather has led to days of cancelled classes that will once again shake up the fall semester for students and faculty and staff.
With events and classes cancelled for the remainder of the week in anticipation of Hurricane Florence, students has a chance to spend time with President Harris Pastides during a pizza party meet-and-greet.
Each year, we ask all residents of Columbia to vote for their favorite businesses that make Soda City sweet. Your faves will be salty if they don't win, so be sweet and show your appreciation.
The university's weekend shuttle to and from Five Points will undergo major changes that go into effect the first weekend of the semester.
Kambrell Garvin led his own voter registration campaign at the age of 10. At the age of 12, he worked on a political campaign for the first time.
President Donald Trump visited West Columbia to support Governor Henry McMaster at a rally on the eve of South Carolina elections, and many candidates for offices across the state government were gathered to garner support for themselves, McMaster and Trump.
The Columbia Fireflies (24-21) defeated the West Virginia Power (24-19) 6-5 on Wednesday at Spirit Communications Park to take a 2-1 series lead over West Virginia.
The famous comedian and actor Bill Cosby was given an honorary degree from USC at his commencement address in 1986. Since then, Cosby has been accused of multiple accounts of sexual assault involving rape, child sexual abuse and drugging, and was found guilty on three counts of aggravated indecent assault.
Eager students cheered in front of cameras with handmade signs Friday when Fox & Friends went live on USC's campus. Ainsley Earhardt, a graduate of the School of Journalism and Mass Communications, broadcast from Davis Field with South Carolina elected officials to discuss politics with students.
Dance Marathon raised over $1 million in March for Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital, which is part of the Children’s Miracle Network.
The 2017-18 school year was a whirlwind for Student Government, marked by getting a bill for a student vote on the Board of Trustees introduced in both the House and the Senate as well as a House subcommittee hearing. The new Student Government executive board now takes over the legacy left by Ross Lordo and Nick Santamaria.
Hundreds of students gathered on the Horseshoe with their parents and USC alumni to receive their class ring from University President Harris Pastides on Sunday.
Surrounded by balloons, photo stations, cupcakes and students at the journalism school, journalist Amy Odell shared her experiences redefining women's media in a Q&A on Tuesday.
A storm that has caused damage across the South reached Columbia on Sunday, bringing gusts up to 74 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service. As small branches and debris filled the roads, thousands of houses in Lexington and Richland counties lost power — at around 2:30 p.m., as many as 50,000 were in the dark. SCE&G reported 354 outage-causing incidents, mainly falling tree branches, in the two counties.
Healthy masculinity workshops teaching about the roles of masculinity in society and relationships have been held throughout the spring semester. The workshops started on Jan. 31, but very few people have attended, sometimes including the instructor.
In a world filled with movements seeking equality within the workplace for people of all genders and ethnicities, conferences and summits are held to encourage people of all backgrounds to come together to work toward a common purpose. On Thursday, the inaugural Women in Leadership Summit was held at the Darla Moore School of Business. The summit was a five-hour event with eight panelists and guest speakers whose goal was to encourage women to aim for leadership positions. Gail Morales, the U.S. Project Management Efficiency Executive at TD Bank, pointed to a study that claims gender, ethnicity and cultural diversity correlate with higher profitability for companies. Morales is referring to a study by McKinsey & Company which studied more than 1,000 companies in the United States, United Kingdom and Latin America. McKinsey & Company claims that companies with more gender and racial diversity returned more revenue than companies without similar diversity.