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As the South Carolina baseball team continues to deal with injuries to its pitching staff, freshman left-hander Matthew Becker has made a name for himself in the weekend rotation.
After a full week of spring practice, new redshirt junior football quarterback Spencer Rattler has already made progress in adjusting to the team’s offense and building relationships with his teammates.
Three finalist candidates have been named for the Provost position at USC. The candidates are Donna Arnett, Valerie Kinloch and Sacha Kopp, according to a statement released on the university's website.
The Gamecock Water Polo Club often has to help break down the sport of water polo to give a better understanding to those who might be interested in the club.
The University of South Carolina’s Department of Theatre and Dance will take audiences on an introspective journey in its production of “This is Our Youth.”
It can seem like drugs are everywhere in college. We are constantly warned throughout our lifetime to never try any drug from a long list that includes weed and heroin. but what we are rarely warned about is a drug that is considered normal to take — Adderall. USC must educated students on the dangers and side effects of Adderall, especially as the drug becomes used during finals season.
The South Carolina women’s basketball team defeated the No. 8 seed Miami Hurricanes 49-33 in a defensive battle Sunday. With the win, the Gamecocks advance to their eighth consecutive Sweet 16.
The No. 7 South Carolina men’s tennis team defeated No. 31 Ole Miss 6-1 on Sunday at the Carolina Outdoor Tennis Center, showcasing its ability to defeat opponents quickly and battle hard for results when necessary.
The streets of Five Points were packed with people in all shades of green this weekend for the first St. Pat’s in Five Points event in two years.
The premiere of the documentary film entitled “The Backbone,” created by fourth-year marketing and management student Hannah White, was met with laughter, cheering and a standing ovation at Gambrell Hall on March 18.
The No. 7 South Carolina men’s tennis team battled back to beat No. 28 Mississippi State at the Carolina Indoor Tennis center Friday night.
After playing well against No. 1 Texas, the South Carolina baseball team was swept by No. 7 Tennessee in its opening SEC series in Knoxville.
The South Carolina women's basketball team defeated Howard University 79-21 in its NCAA tournament first-round match. A combination of strong paint play and lockdown defense led to the lopsided outcome.
USC’s Relay For Life is hosting our Main Event this Friday, March 25. Every USC student should take part in Relay For Life on our campus because cancer has touched a large majority of our lives in some way. If you’re not on a team already, you still have time to participate in this exciting overnight event to help us in our mission to end cancer.
At some point, every student-athlete is faced with the decision between continuing their career as a college athlete or moving on to a new chapter in their life. When the NCAA decided to grant an extra year of eligibility because of COVID-19, many student-athletes were able to extend their collegiate careers.
We must acknowledge the positive impact of changes the USC community made in the past four years, like the increase in activism and inclusive student orgs, as well as inclusive housing and identifying information updates. These changes are important in making campus a more inclusive place for all students.
After dropping its opening SEC series against No. 15 Georgia, the South Carolina softball team responded with a 10-3 win over the Charleston Cougars on Thursday night at Beckham Field.
College sports are known for having a revolving door of coaches. In the past four years, the South Carolina Athletics Department and USC students have seen many coaching changes.
Lamont Paris has reportedly been hired as the new South Carolina men's basketball head coach, according to Pete Thamel and Jeff Borzello of ESPN.