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Seventeen-year-old Katherine Liu's fingers danced across the keys as she competed at the Southeastern Piano Festival. She leaned in closer as the notes came faster and leaned back as the music swelled. When the song is finished, the USC School of Music Recital Hall echoed with her last note.
Three candidates for vice president of student affairs and academic support visited campus on July 7, 11 and 14 to participate in campus forums and presentations as they competed for what is one of the university’s top administration positions.
Michael Amiridis began his term as the 30th president of the University of South Carolina on July 1, aiming to better the university and state by emphasizing student education and contributing to economic developments.
Dozens of rainbow flags flew over tents and adorned clothing while drag kings and queens performed on stage in June to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community during Columbia's Outfest.
Michael Amiridis began his term as the 30th president of the University of South Carolina on July 1, aiming to build "the future of the state" by emphasizing student education and contributing to economic developments.
Seventeen-year-old Katherine Liu steps onto the stage of the USC School of Music Recital Hall wearing a long teal dress. As she starts to play the piano, her fingers dance across the keys. She leans in closer as the notes come faster and leans back as the music swells. When the song is finished, the recital hall echoes with Liu’s last note.
The board of trustees met on June 10 to discuss the state of several departments within the university and to approve the designated funds budget and multiple ongoing projects.
Recent mass shootings in Buffalo, New York and Uvalde, Texas, have not only sparked a number of rallies in Columbia, but have also brought on a new wave of emotions for students. The coverage of the tragedies can make it difficult for students to understand their feelings and to take care of their mental well-being.
Children, students and adults marched down Main Street on June 11 as a part of a nationwide rally against gun violence coordinated by the March for Our Lives organization.
As hundreds of people gathered on June 4 to kick off Pride month, Park Street welcomed them with food trucks, local vendors and a large stage blasting upbeat pop music. Dozens of rainbow flags flew over tents and adorned people’s clothes while drag kings and queens performed on the stage.
A group congregated on the steps of the Statehouse on June 4, South Carolina's firearm safety awareness day, to call for state and federal legislators to support violence intervention programs and pass stricter gun laws.
The university reported 12 active cases this week as COVID-19 numbers remain at a "new normal" alert level.
The university reported 11 active COVID-19 cases for students this week and no faculty and staff cases. This is the first time The Daily Gamecock has recorded faculty and staff cases reaching zero.
Students stormed the fountain in front of the Thomas Cooper Library after the South Carolina women's basketball team won its second women’s basketball national championship on April 3.
The university reported 16 active cases this week as COVID-19 numbers remain at a "new normal" alert level.
The university reported 17 active cases this week as COVID-19 numbers remain at a "new normal" alert level.
A USC student died after suffering a medical emergency at the Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center on March 15, the university confirmed.
The university reported 29 active cases this week as COVID-19 numbers continue to decrease and alert levels reach a "new normal."
The university reported a decline to 35 active COVID-19 cases on campus according to the university's online COVID-19 dashboard.
The university reported a decline to 60 active COVID-19 cases on campus according to the university's online COVID-19 dashboard.