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An esteemed group of political and business leaders — including the United Kingdom's Minister of State for Energy and Climate Change Gregory Barker, U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham and Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin — discussed the green economy during a Friday forum inside the Darla Moore School of Business.
Carolina Productions will host controversial Princeton professor, civil rights activist and member of the Democratic Socialists of America Cornel West at 8 p.m. in the Koger Center tonight. According to CP, West’s “writing, speaking and teaching weave together the traditions of the black Baptist Church, progressive politics and jazz.”
Student Health Services gave out its second-annual USC Hero Awards Wednesday night in a packed Russell House Ballroom.
USC Housing is reviewing a proposal from the Resident Mentor Council to grant returning RMs free housing.
If you’re a USC student — undergraduate or graduate — and have marching band experience, dust off that tuba because “The Mighty Sound of the Southeast” is inviting you to play at the Spring Football Game on April 9.
USC’s $19 million biomass energy facility has broken down, again.
Columbia, with a population of 129,272, remains the largest city in South Carolina, according to 2010 Census data released last week.
Student Government’s new Carolina Cab gave 32 free rides home from Five Points to over 100 students on its inaugural run Thursday night.
USC received preliminary state approval to forge ahead on about $30 million in residence hall improvements, including a $27 million overhaul of the Women's Quad during a Wednesday meeting of the State Budget and Control Board.
USC Sumter discovered a massive security breach in January that exposed the personal information, including social security numbers, of around 31,000 faculty, staff and students across the USC System.
Online venue to broadcast SGTV's variety of hsows including 'Tipsy Trivia'
USC plans to spend around $2.5 million over the next five years on a program meant to increase student participation in extracurricular experiences, including guest lectures, community service opportunities, international experiences and internships.
The USC Board of Trustees’ Health Affairs Committee approved the operating agreement between the university and the Greenville Hospital System during Friday’s meeting, bringing the plan to allow USC medical students to study all four years in the GHS closer to reality.
The new Student Government administration was sworn in during a Wednesday afternoon ceremony in the historic Rutledge Chapel on the Horseshoe, starting a yearlong journey for the three executive leaders.
USC’s Darla Moore School of Business has topped the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School to reclaim its ranking as the No. 2 graduate international business program in the U.S., according to U.S. News & World Report.
Starting Wednesday and continuing through April 13, Gambrell Auditorium, Room 153, will host a lecture on an author’s book every Monday and host the author in person every Wednesday. The lectures and visits will be from 6-7 p.m., and the authors will sign books until 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. The first author to visit will be David Shields, author of the bestselling “The Thing About Life is that One Day You’ll be Dead.” The series culminates with a visit by famed New York Times columnist and author Gail Collins.
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Detroit isn’t what many college students would consider an exciting Spring Break destination, and many wouldn’t put combating urban blight before tanning and partying on a beach.
USC Columbia accepted every in-state applicant for Fall 2010 with at least a 3.0 GPA and a 1,000 SAT, according to USC Provost Michael Amiridis and the university’s website.
USC expects “a very modest increase in tuition” next semester, Provost Michael Amiridis said at Wednesday’s Faculty Senate meeting.