Prospective democratic presidential candidate Seth Moulton spoke to students on topics such as the recent shooting New Zealand and ways the government has failed veterans.
USC's naturalist-in-residence hosts “Nature of Spring” to explore plants and animals brought to him by members of both the USC and local community.
On this week's "Tackle Stress Tuesday," students reflected on their current habits and explored new ways to organize their time.
The Texas businessman and politician will visit USC this Friday, March 22.
USCPD is investigating after approximately 500 copies of The Daily Gamecock were stolen from campus newsstands.
This year's alternative spring break allowed USC students to travel through the American south and learn in detail about the Civil Rights Movement.
Alpha Sigma Rho, USC's first Asian-American interest sorority, is bringing community and cultural connection to USC.
As USC prepares to introduce a medical humanities minor, Danielle Coriale talks about her influences and the importance of interdisciplinary questions.
The Daily Gamecock sits down with Patricia Moore-Pastides in the President's House to discuss her passions, her role as first lady and her future plans.