Tuition cost has been frozen by a South Carolina congressional bill; however, a 2.5% increase in housing and a 2.9% increase in the cost of meal plans remains.
Several bars will close as neighborhood residents fight for a more family-friendly environment in Five Points.
Many students leave campus to go to work; however, these three students discuss the convenience of working on campus and their favorite parts of their jobs.
Rep. Jim Clyburn visited on the concluding days of the Justice For All exhibit at USC and recounted memories of himself and other civil rights leaders during the movement.
President-elect Caslen discusses accreditation, controversy in exclusive interview with The Daily GamecockBy Joseph Leonard and Rita Naidu |
President-elect Bob Caslen sat down in an exclusive interview with The Daily Gamecock to discuss the controversy surrounding his election and his efforts to reach out to students who opposed his election in an attempt to create a dialogue.
Reparations were originally promised in 1865 by Gen. T. Sherman's Special Field Order No. 15, but this plan was never followed through. However, since then there have been reparations on a small scale and the topic has resurfaced in the midst of the 2020 presidential primaries.