Protesters stated their demands at this afternoon’s protest outside the South Carolina governor’s mansion before leading a march to the Statehouse where a rally was held.
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In what marks the third day of protests in Columbia, people gathered outside the Statehouse at 2 p.m. for a “Die-In” where protesters laid on the ground for nine minutes and chanted “I can’t breathe,” the last words of George Floyd who was murdered by a police officer in Minneapolis.
When Thomas Batka first heard USC was transitioning online, his immediate concern was losing his university job as a peer tutor.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, USC extended spring break one week and moved classes online for the remainder of the semester, giving professors one week to restructure their courses into an online format.
On Wednesday, USC announced spring break will be extended until March 22 and classes will begin online instruction on March 23 until at least April 6.
The University of South Carolina will extend spring break until March 22 and resume classes online on March 23. Classes will resume face-to-face on April 6.
Sam Mayberry, president
Student Government executive office candidate names were released on an unofficial list after filing closed Feb. 11.
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Students and faculty dispersed in May expecting to return to campus alongside an interim president and a plan to resume the search for a permanent replacement to President Harris Pastides, who retired after 11 years at the helm.
President-elect Caslen discusses accreditation, controversy in exclusive interview with The Daily Gamecock
President-elect Bob Caslen, in an exclusive interview with The Daily Gamecock, discussed the controversy surrounding his election, misconceptions, new traditions he plans to start and the Association of Governing Boards, a consulting firm that will be looking into the board of trustees' governance.
Criminal justice reform, universal health care and immigration are just some of the issues that students had in mind as they attended Sen. Kamala Harris' town hall event on Saturday ahead of the 2020 election season.