Human Trafficking in South Carolina is more common than most might think. Experts in the field share tips about how to recognize trafficking, and also how to stay safe. “[Traffickers] try to eliminate risk. They try to operate under the radar and are very subtle in their tactics typically. So that’s why, oftentimes victims don’t know they’re being victimized,” Kathryn Moorehead, Coordinator of the State Task Force, said.
University officials hold a town hall for faculty and staff to address health and safety concerns for the fall semester.
University officials held a town hall for students and families to discuss the on-campus housing addendum, mitigation plans and modes of instruction.
In two separate incidents this year USC students "were no longer enrolled" according to the administration following Snapchat stories in which those students made racist remarks. University spokesperson Jeff Stensland responded to our questions over email.
Many students have had to apply for unemployment due to COVID-19. The process can be confusing, but some of USC's experts have tips for students navigating unemployment.
AAAS investigation has been concluded and found it "not likely" that the individuals who hacked the event were members of the USC community.
The board of trustees approves policy that will require eight board members, five faculty members and the student body president to serve on the presidential search committee.
Tuition and how student life will look like this fall were among some of the topics discussed on Wednesday's town hall to students and families.