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Student Senate voted Wednesday to increase the Student Activity Fee from $80 to $83 to fund a new student legal services program beginning Fall 2012.
USC will begin advertising its search for a new dean of the College of Nursing following current Dean Peggy Hewlett’s decision to step down earlier this year.
USC officials now consider their academics as good as the universities of Georgia and Connecticut, but they want to be more like the University of North Carolina — Chapel Hill.
Can humans be moral without religion?
Around 20 protesters in the “Occupy Columbia” movement were arrested and taken into custody Wednesday night after they refused to heed Gov. Nikki Haley’s order to leave the Statehouse lawn.
Khaldoune Bencheikh created the piece for his master's in fine arts thesis.
But while the university is more than halfway toward its overall goal, the Carolina's Promise campaign has a long way to go in two specific, key areas — faculty and buildings.
Throngs of the university’s top donors flocked past the recreated gates of the Horseshoe into a darkened ballroom of the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center Friday night, where they were gleefully thanked for their previous donations and treated to seared French lamb chops adorned with a red wine demi-glace.
What’s more metal than creating a Cocky Gene Simmons, complete with full KISS logo and accompanying concert speakers?
Matthew Shannon and Christina Galardi were crowned Homecoming King and Queen, and Ned Durrett and Kizer Crum were crowned Homecoming Prince and Princess Tuesday night at an event that featured, among other novelties, performances of “Sandstorm” on both violin and piano.
The new funding model will allocate money to higher education institutions based on several criteria, including their retention and six-year graduation rates, the diversity of their student populations, the number of South Carolina students they admit, the job placement of their alumni and the their overall contribution to the state's economic development.
OneCarolina will go live with its new admissions program in July after the $85-million program failed to launch its new system last month, according to William Hogue, USC’s vice president for information technology and chief information officer.
USC has saved $12.7 million for a 60,000-square-foot, $26.7 million expansion to the Thomson Student Health Center, Chief Financial Officer Ed Walton said at Friday’s board of trustees retreat.
A game called Stick It To Me probably wouldn’t fly at the State Fair, but it was just one of several information- and innuendo-laden games at the Get Yourself Tested Carnival Wednesday afternoon on Davis Field, sponsored by Student Health Services, Changing Carolina and the Residence Hall Association.
An unashamed display of bribery took place on the Horseshoe Wednesday night.
Republican presidential candidate and Texas Gov. Rick Perry swung by the Statehouse Tuesday afternoon to pick up an endorsement from S.C. Speaker of the House Bobby Harrell and to lay out his new plan for a flat 20 percent income tax.