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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.
For many students, spring brings new classes, better weather and thoughts of spring break trips. However, for USC mock trial, the spring semester brings a whole new set of challenges as it prepares to face the toughest competition of the year.
The university reported a decline to 152 active COVID-19 cases on campus according to the university's online COVID-19 dashboard, continuing a downward trend in cases.
USC's career studio is on level five of the Thomas Cooper Library, hidden in the furthest corner. It is here, backed by a neon green wall, that the career center and its staff give students a fresh start.
Students called for the repeal of the South Carolina Heritage Act and for the renaming of more than 10 buildings on campus that are named for controversial figures during a protest on Feb. 5.
The university reported a decline to 410 active COVID-19 cases on campus, according to the university's online COVID-19 dashboard.
COVID-19 cases are on the rise with more than 1,000 active cases on campus. 3,377 cases have been reported to the university since Jan. 1, according to data USC released on Tuesday.
COVID-19 cases are down from last week with 2,256 cases reported to the university since Jan. 1, according to data USC released on Tuesday. The university is currently on "low alert".
USC's College of Arts and Sciences hosted the Equity and Inclusion Summit, focusing on providing information and starting conversations between students, faculty and staff about improving the experiences of people of all backgrounds while on campus.
Most days, you can find Michelle Bryan sitting in an abandoned stairwell at the far end of the Wardlaw building, surrounded by peeling yellow paint.