USC faculty, alumni and students stood in nearly triple-digit heat at the Gamecocks4Integrity rally Wednesday afternoon to voice concerns against the upcoming board of trustees meeting this Friday.
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Getting ready for his fourth season in the garnet and black, head football coach Will Muschamp discussed the upcoming season at the SEC Media Days in Birmingham, Alabama on Wednesday.
Oct. 3, 2018: Harris Pastides announces he is stepping down from the USC presidency during his State of the University address.
Head football coach Will Muschamp is set to talk to the media at 4 p.m. on Wednesday at SEC Media Days in Birmingham, Alabama. This media event, which lasts four days, is considered by many to be the unofficial start of the college football season. SEC coaches and players meet with members of the media to answer questions about the upcoming season.
You know that Netflix show that's set in the '80s, has an ensemble cast and is currently on its third season? No, not the one with the quirky kids who have Winona Ryder on the verge of mental breakdown every other episode, the other one. You have no idea what I’m talking about, do you?
It feels like just yesterday Nickelodeon was airing a “SpongeBob SquarePants” marathon in celebration of the show’s ten-year anniversary. Glued to the television for days on end, children had little more to worry about than strategically deciding which episodes to miss for a shower or a nap.
Due to a state law, the Board of Trustees has been forced to postpone its deciding vote on USC presidential candidate Gen. Robert L. Caslen.
Student Government executive members held an open forum for USC students in the nursing building auditorium Wednesday evening to discuss the state of the university’s presidential search. Over one hundred students and faculty attended the forum to voice concerns over how Gov. Henry McMaster inserted himself into the presidential search.
A letter to the editor and for the members of the Board of Trustees,
Despite the SEC announcing earlier this summer that schools are now permitted to sell alcohol at athletic events, South Carolina athletic director Ray Tanner has announced that there will be no changes at Williams-Brice Stadium in 2019.
You need to be paying attention to USC’s search for a new president.
Following his announcement to withdraw his application in the presidential search, Gen. Robert L. Caslen is once again in the running to become USC's next president.
SEC Media Days, set to begin on July 15, signals that the college football season is almost here. While there are press conferences, meetings and practices to be had over the next two months, this media event in Birmingham, Alabama is the unofficial start of the college football preseason.
Show: “Good Omens”
You hear the garage door open and immediately break into a cold sweat. Your parents stroll through the door, asking about your day, and you can feel your heart rate steadily increasing. Then comes the question — that simple, well-intentioned, dreaded question that comes this time every evening — “What would you like for dinner?”
During any holiday season, whether it’s Valentine’s Day or Christmas, people love to complain about the consumerism of celebrating a holiday. But what happens if the excess of a celebration costs the American people hundreds of thousands of dollars?
As the Fourth of July approaches, the yearly hubbub of humid weather, hot dogs and fireworks begins to build. Parties and cookouts are planned; red, white and blue decor pops up all over; fireflies start showing up at dusk; the cicadas are in full recital of their nightly songs; firework displays are pondered over.
Two hundred and forty-three years young, the United States of America celebrates its declaration of independence this week. For better or worse, it has persevered through wars, depressions, recessions and a slew of unnecessary Hollywood remakes. That's something worth celebrating, and here are a few ways of doing just that in Columbia and the surrounding area.
Upon graduation, USC students take different paths to the next stage of their lives.
How many of us can truly say we do not support any brands that go against our political views? Do we really put our money where our mouths are, and, better yet, is it truly possible?