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While many Gamecock fans were excited to be back in Williams-Brice Stadium for the first full-capacity football game in nearly two years, some students found themselves stuck and injured in what looked like a mosh pit outside of the student entrance.
The University of South Carolina reported 59 total active cases of COVID-19 on campus, according to the university's updated COVID-19 dashboard.
From the beginning, the Caslen presidency was beset by crisis. Yet, those who’ve worked closely with USC’s president say his abilities as a leader have led to smooth sailing.
The Daily Gamecock interviewed Student Government executive candidates to find out more about their platforms.
The Daily Gamecock interviewed student body treasurer candidates, who discussed transparency with the student body and the referendum to remove treasurer as an executive position chosen by the student body and instead make it a cabinet position chosen by the student body president.
USC is currently facing 187 total active cases of COVID-19 on campus, according to the updated online COVID-19 dashboard.
Two cases of the original South African variant of COVID-19 have been detected for the first time in the United States in South Carolina this month.
USC students and Five Points patrons reported being illegally drugged at Cotton Gin, Pavlov’s Bar and Jake’s of Columbia during the fall 2020 semester.
Retraction: (April 15, 2022 at 9:20 a.m.): The original version of this article quoted formal written allegations that USC professor David Voros made former student Allison Dunavant participate in manual labor during a trip to Italy. These claims were called into question during a civil case which was later dismissed and settled. Specific, unconfirmed allegations from that civil case were removed and clarification on the outcome of the case was addedAdditionally, The Daily Gamecock reached out to the university for comment, but did not reach out to Voros for comment prior to publication. The Daily Gamecock regrets the error.
Total active coronavirus cases on campus increased by 40 from last Tuesday, according to the updated online USC COVID-19 dashboard.
A USC student was arrested last month on charges of homicide, armed robbery and possessing a weapon during a violent crime that occurred on Oct. 4. The incident left one man dead near the McMaster School of Visual Art and Design and Columbia Hall.
The number of active cases at USC is 39, down from the previous reporting period, according to the COVID-19 dashboard’s latest update.
At least four members of the Columbia community have found dots, decals or lines mysteriously appearing on their cars recently on or around campus. Social media posts — that USCPD Police Captain Eric Grabski called “a hoax” — claim these random marks are a signal of human trafficking.
On the corner of South Harden Street, just two miles away from USC’s beloved Willy-B, Columbia’s local liquor store is identifiable by three red dots on its cinder block exterior.
The response coordinator for the White House Coronavirus Task Force, Dr. Deborah Birx, sat down with USC leadership and state and local officials to talk about the coronavirus on campus.
After consecutively working 18-hour days, the Saliva Assay Free Expedition (SAFE) test staff has canceled saliva testing until Tuesday due to staffing shortages, university spokesperson Jeff Stensland said.
A 19-year-old male was found shot near the corner of Harden and Devine streets in Five Points early Sunday morning, according to Jennifer Timmons, the public information officer for the Columbia Police Department.
USC students might be living life differently than they did in 2019, but at least Columbia’s Saturday morning staple remains intact — Soda City Market.
Across from Russell House and past the ever-buzzing Greene Street, the CarolinaLIFE living and learning community is nestled away in Woodrow.
The class of 2020 experienced two different university presidents during its four years on campus.