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When the flood waters from Sunday’s monsoon subsided, the official consensus was that there was no major damage and USC’s campus had been spared Mother Nature’s wrath.
You may have already gotten one of the pink envelopes containing your invite, your identification number and the tagline “10,000 USC students will never get in.”
Sunday's flash flood led to numerous power outages and wet carpets on campus Monday morning, but according to USC officials there was little actual damage to buildings.
Sudden storm brings more than 3 inches of rain
Cafe Verde became Cafe Cerrado Thursday afternoon.
As a group of USC students and South Carolina Treasurer Curtis Loftis watched in support Thursday night, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney discussed his stances on education and blasted Texas Gov. Rick Perry during the Fox News–Google Republican debate.
Will Folks, known for his political blog FitsNews.com and even more known for claiming to have had an affair with Gov. Nikki Haley, told College Republicans at USC Wednesday night that he was still writing a book about the alleged sexual relationship.
It’s no secret that the Gamecocks and Commodores haven’t traditionally had the strongest football programs in the SEC, so it’s no surprise the matchups between the two haven’t had the draw of an Alabama-Auburn game.
As a Sigma Nu member at Auburn University, Erle Morring thought hazing rituals were innocuous.
South Carolina’s voter identification bill, signed by Gov. Nikki Haley in May and aimed at preventing voter fraud, has already received intense criticism and official objections from those who say it purposely discriminates against the poor, the uneducated and minorities — groups that traditionally vote Democrat.
Uh-Oh Oreo! Someone in Patterson Hall forgot to turn the cookies off.
Starry-eyed officials of USC and the South Carolina State Museum announced Tuesday afternoon they had received a valuable donation of astronomy documents and telescopes, including the first printed star atlas, published in 1540, and a copy of Sir Isaac Newton's famous work "Opticks," published in 1718.
Almost 13,300 students requested tickets to the first home game against Navy this Saturday, meaning more than a thousand likely won't get into Williams-Brice Stadium without paying.
The USC Police Department has issued a crime alert warning South Quad residents of thefts believed to be caused by individuals entering through propped outside doors.
Part of the tragedy of Sept. 11 is the fact that it was not a tragedy in isolation.
New details have emerged concerning a former USC student found dead on campus this weekend.
While USC students were allotted 150 tickets to the Georgia away game this weekend, University of Georgia students received 1,000 tickets last season when the Bulldogs played in Columbia.
Austin Jackson was elected president pro tempore of the Student Senate in a 17-14 vote during the body’s meeting Wednesday night.
Q First off, you’re the new student body vice president. How does that feel?A I’m excited to have this opportunity to serve the University of South Carolina.Q Tell us a little about yourself.A I’m from Florence. My major is business management marketing. Right now I’m minoring in sports and entertainment management. I started Student Government as a sophomore. The beginning of my sophomore year I came in and applied to be a senator, and from there I’ve gotten very involved, and I’m excited about what SG has to offer the university, and I just kind of grew into it.Q What are you plans for SG? A Pretty much, I just want to give you a basic answer. I want to improve the University of South Carolina to the best university it can possibly be under myself, (Student Body President) Joe Wright and (Treasurer) Emily Supil. My goal is to be a leader for students, and any way I could do that I would be willing to do so. I’m in this position to serve the university.Q Do you work well with Wright and Supil? A Ever since I’ve been in SG, I’ve known both of them and they are very supportive of me, and we have growing relationships and friendships. Q If you had to get just one thing done in SG, what would it be?A I don’t think there’s necessarily one thing I wish we could get done. I’d like to get Carolina Cab up and running as soon as possible; it’s a great initiative that SG has brought to USC, and it’s a great way to serve our students. Q I know some people say Carolina Cab won’t be operational until the end of September. Do you think you can make that deadline? A I would like to make that deadline.Q Do you think it will be any earlier than that?A I don’t know; all I can say is that I’d like to make that deadline, for sure. Q Do you think there is a major problem with SG? If so, what is it?A I’m not going to answer that question. All I’m going to say is that we have a great Senate, and we have a lot of people in this organization who really want to work for this university and really want to work for the students in this university, and I’m behind them 100 percent. Q You came to this position following former Student Body Vice President Katie Thompson’s resignation. What do you think of her resignation?A I would like to thank her for her service, and wish her well in her future endeavors. That’s all I’m going to say.