A motion to extend faculty senate voting rights to faculty who are not on track to receive tenure was referred back to committee at Wednesday afternoon’s meeting.
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A bill requiring South Carolina colleges and universities to follow federal guidelines when investigating on-campus acts of anti-Semitism received initial approval in a hearing of the state House of Representatives Wednesday.
As a bustling modern city, Columbia offers performances by diverse artists at locations including Music Farm in the Vista, Colonial Life Arena and Township Auditorium.
Walk into the Substance Abuse Prevention and Education office in Strom Thurmond Fitness Center and you might find Brock Parrott behind the reception desk.
If you heard his name at the dinner table, or Community Table, or perhaps around any table between here and southeast Quebec, you’d have but one response: “Who?”
With signs declaring that "y'all means all" and cries of "no hate, no fear, refugees are welcome here," hundreds of protesters took to the Statehouse on Tuesday to show their disapproval of a controversial, nationwide immigration ban.
The Columbia Museum of Art will host a lecture and open discussion session featuring artist James Williams on Jan. 27 at 6 p.m. The event, co-sponsored by the Friends of African-American Art & Culture, aims to highlight the North Carolina artist’s debut museum collection titled “Making Maps: The Art of James Williams,” which is on display on the second floor of the museum until Feb. 5. The exhibit is the final installation of a three-part series at the Columbia Museum of Art that celebrates African-American art and culture.
Revisions to USC’s state funding for fiscal year 2017-18 show the university is looking to stay on par with a state economy shifting toward medical service and information technology.
The "CUT! Costume and the Cinema” exhibit is currently on view at the Columbia Museum of Art on Main Street. The exhibit features 43 period costumes from 26 films. Notable movies featured in the display include “The Phantom of the Opera,” “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl,” “Sense and Sensibility” and “Sherlock Holmes.”
As last year’s legislative session came to a close, members of the South Carolina General Assembly pre-filed 556 bills for 2017. With the 122nd South Carolina General Assembly set to convene for the first time Tuesday morning, here are three pre-filed bills to keep an eye on in the coming months:
A pair of prominent South Carolina Republicans are jumping on board the Donald Trump transition team.
Columbia's Riverbanks Zoo will welcome a new addition this spring.
USC's private real estate institution, the Development Foundation, is planning to make "strategic" moves on the downtown Columbia campus, The State reports.
President-elect Donald Trump named rising Republican star Gov. Nikki Haley as his pick for United Nations ambassador, and she accepted the nomination on Nov. 23. If confirmed by the Senate, she will step down as governor of South Carolina on Jan. 20, 2017, and take her place representing the U.S. on the U.N. Security Council.
With the death penalty trial of Dylann Roof, the man accused of murdering nine parishioners of Charleston's Emanuel AME Church out of racial animosity, set to begin in a Lowcountry court, look back on the series of events leading up the trial.
As Thanksgiving passes, families start bringing out their decorations, listening to Christmas music and getting into the holiday spirit. No doubt, the holidays bring about a sense of cheer, and along with that comes festive ways to celebrate the season. Check out some of these fun ways to spend the holidays in Columbia this season.
President-elect Donald Trump has chosen South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley as Ambassador to the United Nations. Lt. Gov. Henry McMaster would take over the role of governor upon her confirmation.
Turkey Day is right around the corner, but if you’re not planning on taking a trip home, it doesn’t mean you have to skip out on a Thanksgiving banquet. Whether you’re cooking for a group of friends or just for one, heading to a friend’s party or planning on giving back, there’s endless options to make this holiday fun — after all, you have to do something with those three days off school.
Equal Justice Initiative founder Bryan Stevenson will be awarded the Key to the City of Columbia while in the area to speak at The Township.
Seventeen years ago, November was dubbed “National Novel Writing Month” by a group of writers hoping to inspire a new generation to take to pen and paper. They reasoned that if one could dedicate 30 days to writing 50,000 words, he or she could effectively complete a novel in a month’s time. Since then, National Novel Writing Month, better known now by its acronym, NaNoWriMo, has inspired thousands to tell their tales. This year, the program anticipates the greatest amount of participation since the initiative’s founding.