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Carolina Judicial Council invited former state representative Bakari Sellers to mediate a discussion Monday night on civility in relation to the Carolinian Creed. Sellers also introduced the audience to his father's past, his background and his own definition of civility.
Following seven months of collaborative effort, La Tropa, Columbia's only Latin theater company, opened their multimedia play, "The Fabulous and Heartbreaking Story of Donald and America" Wednesday night at Tapp's Arts Center.
Following the opening to Homecoming Week with Carnival Kickoff, the Homecoming Commission hosted Color Your Carolina on Greene Street. During the T event, participants showed off their creativity by making banners and flags to be be hung around campus and in nearby businesses.
Only two years ago, third-year Russian and media arts student Nathan Crane started his own self-titled photography business, Nathan Crane Productions. Crane's business has since been successful and he believes you don't need a degree to pursue what you want to achieve.
Relay for Life USC introduced its new theme, "One World One Hope," with a party on Greene Street, kicking off its 2018-2019 campaign year on Monday. The main event will on April 5, 2019 on Blatt Field.