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It went down to the wire, but in the end, the Gamecock women’s basketball team’s 42-game winning streak was snapped after a 77-73 loss Friday to Iowa in the NCAA Women’s Final Four.
Two of the nation’s best players and their teams will face off in the NCAA women’s Final Four on Friday with hopes of advancing to play for a national championship.
The university’s Career Center hosted a panel to discuss women in the workforce in honor of Women’s History Month coming to an end Thursday afternoon.
As families are getting together over during Easter, they'll be eager to talk to the college students after not having seen them for a while, but sometimes the conversations brought up can make one uncomfortable. During these moments, students have to be able to navigate these discussions to relieve some of the awkwardness, which can be achieved by diverting, mitigating or avoiding the conversation.
With Taylor Swift's Eras Tour underway and fans streaming her recently-released album, "Midnights," Swifties find a renewed sense of adoration for her talent on stage and off. However, with the tour's three-hour set list for each concert and Swift's 229-song discography, it can be hard to figure out which of her songs are the best.
After having almost a full week off, the South Carolina softball team fell in the first game of the Palmetto Series, losing to No. 5 Clemson 10-0 Tuesday evening.
The South Carolina Gamecocks traveled to Charleston on Tuesday to face off against The Citadel, defeating the Bulldogs 13-2 in only seven innings as the mercy rule came into effect.
It is not uncommon for third-year criminal justice and international studies student Cameron Eubanks to come home late. Eubanks, a theater minor, participates in USC theater, is involved in greek life and works at the South Carolina Legislative Council Agency in addition to being the new speaker of the student senate.
After a brief encounter with a fellow customer at a LEGO store in Greenville, John Lamers came up with the idea of forming a small group of South Carolinian LEGO enthusiasts in 2018. The two met at the “Pick a Brick” wall, where customers can purchase a small cup to fill with as many assorted LEGO pieces as they can fit inside it.
With rivalry sweeps, a growing fanbase and a new look on the ice, the South Carolina men's club ice hockey team's 22nd season represented the culmination of multiple years of hard work and growth.
The No.1 South Carolina women's basketball team defeated the No. 2 seeded University of Maryland 86-75 in the Regional Final Monday night, advancing to what will be its third consecutive Final Four appearance.
Student Body Treasurer Hannah Augsbach Lamma, a second-year international business and accounting student, wants to revitalize the newly reestablished treasurer position after petitioning to bring it back.
The Columbia Operatic Laboratory is attempting to use it's new non-traditional opera "Four Singers Walk Into A Bar" as a means to expand the genre in the Columbia community and educate audiences about opera beyond their preconceived notions.
After five years of selling year-round at Soda City Market, Pannerpete Vintage has opened a physical store in Five Points.
The No. 11 South Carolina baseball team rebounded from a midweek loss to Charlotte by sweeping No. 22 Missouri in a three-game weekend series, including earning two wins in walk-off fashion.
Movie: "John Wick: Chapter 4"
The 25th annual USC Dance Marathon raised $788,645 for the Prisma Health Children’s Hospital at the Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center on March 25.
The South Carolina Gamecocks defeated the UCLA Bruins 59-43 in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament to advance to the next round.
Physics and astronomy professor Timir Datta was named a 2022 American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow for his revolutionary work on high-temperature copper oxide superconductors.
Ever since high school, USC Student Body President Emmie Thompson has been interested in policy. Despite not participating in her high school Student Government, she now views her involvement in college as a way to give back.