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Crowd perspective of the speech given at statehouse steps by NAACP protestors on Feb. 5, 2022. Nearby citizens joined the crowd the hear speeches given by both the chapter president and the youth and college division president.
The protestors reach the back of the statehouse on Feb. 5, 2022. Protesters took aim at the SC legislature over controversies surrounding the S.C. Heritage Act, which serves to protect certain statues and monuments tied to state history.
Led by members of the USC NAACP chapter, students, faculty and members of the USC community began their walk to the statehouse. With roads being blocked off by USCPD, the protesters made their way to the statehouse on Feb. 5, 2022.
USC NAACP president Caley Bright and South Carolina NAACP youth and college division president Courtney McClain give speeches to crowd on the steps of the SC Statehouse on Feb. 5, 2022. Students, faculty and community members joined at the steps of the state house to protest the Heritage Act.
Fireworks shoot out from behind the large tiger structure as it slowly catches fire. USC engineering students built the structure to be burned in preparation for USC’s football game against rival Clemson on Nov. 27.
USC cheerleaders lead the crowd in a chant as the intramural fields fill with people. Students gathered on Nov. 22 to watch a large tiger structure be set on fire for the annual Tiger Burn.
A local band made up of USC graduates plays for the crowd as the fire burns down. A large tiger structure, built by engineering students, was set aflame on Nov. 22 as part of USC’s annual Tiger Burn.
Junior guard Zia Cooke weaves through the Clemson defense on her way to the basket. She was a standout player in South Carolina's 66-59 win against No. 8 Maryland on Sunday.
Members of the Women's basketball team jump out of their seats and cheer their teammates on during their match against Clemson on Nov. 17. The top-ranked team will compete in the 12-game, 3-day Battle 4 Atlantis tournament with their first round beginning on Saturday.
Junior guard Brea Beal lunges for the ball in an attempt to keep possession against Clemson on Nov. 17, 2021.
The sun sets over the Melton Observatory on Greene Street on a clear evening. The observatory telescope is open to the public on Monday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., and students from all majors volunteer to maintain the instrument that can capture distant planets and stars.
Freshman Lauren McCutcheon swings against an imposing Kentucky block.
Michelle Bryan sits in her favorite spot to work; an abandoned staircase on the far end of Wardlaw Building. Bryan recently took on a new role as the Associate VP in the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Sophomore forward Peter Clement aims for the goal and kicks the ball. The Gamecocks lost to the Panthers 4-1, and play their next game against Kentucky on Saturday, Oct. 23.