The Gamecocks women's basketball team returned to Colonial Life Arena to celebrate their second championship win in program history on Monday.
University housing sent an email in February that introduced a new Housing Watch Program to decrease vandalism in campus residence halls. The email was sent to all parents and students and said community billings are possible if those responsible for vandalism are not found in a timely manner.
Students jumped into the fountain in front of the Thomas Cooper Library after the women's basketball team won its second national championship. Students chanted, took pictures and shot fireworks in a moment they will never forget.
Protestors voiced their support for Ukraine at a rally organized at the South Carolina Statehouse on April 2.
USC's Multicultural Greek council unites five multicultural organizations in an effort to strengthen bonds and relationships between culturally different groups. In order to inspire more students to join, some chapters stroll and one marches in an annual showcase dedicated to MGC.
The Carolina Socialists organization hosted a protest against mask-optional policy at the Horseshoe Thursday afternoon to highlight their concerns and fears of returning to an almost mask-free environment.
The newly re-established Russian Club is refocusing its efforts to support Ukraine and educate the USC community on the war abroad.
As gas prices rise, USC students, faculty and other community members are changing their driving habits and even rationing food to make sure they can afford gas.
The USC School of Medicine will be moving to the BullStreet District by 2027. The new facility will be called the Health Sciences Campus because it is planned to eventually become a site for multidisciplinary study between all the health science programs at USC.
He models, is in the Marine Corps Reserve and advocates for mental health resources. “I try not to limit myself, as far as having one personality trait,” Devin Williams, the president of USC’s chapter of the National Pan-Hellenic Council, said.
The new Student Body President, Vice President and Speaker of the Student Senate gave their first addresses after being sworn in at the inauguration ceremony on March 24.
USC's chapter of the National Pan-Hellenic Council brings Black sororities and fraternities together to promote service in its community and create a sense of unity to the greater campus.
The three provost finalists have been revealed by the university. Each will have a two-day visits that will be occurring this week with public forums where feedback is encouraged to be shared.