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Patrons stand viewing the "Joyous Creatures" exhibit in the Upstairs Gallery of the Koger Center for the Arts, a collection created to be simple and bring joy to its viewers. The exhibit opened on Dec. 1, 2023, and features more than 200 pieces by USC School of Visual Art and Design professor Marius Valdes.
A wall in the "Joyous Creatures" exhibit in the Upstairs Gallery of the Koger Center for the Arts features paintings of different creatures, such as cows, bears, elephants and crocodiles. The exhibit, created by USC School of Visual Art and Design professor Marius Valdes, opened on Dec. 1, 2023, and is meant to bring joy to its viewers through its simplicity.
Third-year exercise science student Meredith McFadden is the first woman to hold the position of bullpen catcher for a Power Five baseball program. McFadden, who started playing baseball at age 4, is in her second year with the South Carolina baseball program.
FILE — Sophomore forward Ashlyn Watkins and head coach Dawn Staley share a hug during a ring presentation ceremony for the Gamecocks' SEC Championship and Final Four appearance in the 2022-23 season. The ceremony was held at Colonial Life Arena following South Carolina's 114-76 victory over Maryland on Nov. 12, 2023.
Cast members rehearse a scene from Naomi Iizuka's play "Language of Angels." The play, presented by the USC Department of Theatre and Dance, runs from Feb. 15 to 18 at the Booker T. Washington Auditorium.
Tiny Coven Dance, a dance troop from West Columbia, performs a style of belly dancing called American Tribal Dance on Sept. 8, 2022. Tiny Coven Dance is slated to perform at The Jasper Project's fundraising event, Infamous Lovers, a Valentine's Day arts and entertainment showcase.
FILE - Graduate student guard Ta’Lon Cooper drives the ball past a defender at Colonial Life Arena on Jan. 6, 2024. Cooper led the team with seven assists during the 68-62 win against Mississippi State.
Jacob Vaught, the candidate for study body treasurer, stands outside of USC's School of Journalism and Mass Communications on Feb. 9, 2024. Vaught is hoping to help influence change in the way finances are perceived by the student body.
A posed photo of candidate for Student Body Speaker of the Senate, Maura Hamilton, outside of the USC school of Journalism and Mass Communications on Feb. 9, 2024. Hamilton’s campaign revolves around giving power to the students to drive change on campus.