The University of South Carolina Student Senate began the semester with a Jan. 16 meeting, including discussions on mental health and the Jan. 23 student organization fair.
USC's sport science program has been ranked No. 1 for the third consecutive year by Shanghai Ranking and No. 11 in the world.
Senators share the benefits and drawbacks of requiring students to have experiential learning.
Elected student leaders spend Student Senate session discussing pineapple on pizza and a satirical bill.
The Residence Hall Association, alongside various other student organizations, is hosting its annual "Tunnel of Awareness," an interactive display which explores themes of diversity, social justice and inclusion.
The first TCoop Talk allowed students and faculty to interact with an associate professor in the School of Visual Art and Design and discuss the importance of taking risks and learning from failure.
A USC student won a Rotary Global Grant to study epidemiology abroad in Colombia.
Student Government's funding comes out of the Student Activity Fee, paid by undergraduate and graduate students, and sometimes allocates money differently for itself than it does for outside organizations.