Hundreds of students participated in a campus-wide walkout Monday afternoon to protest university inaction on minority issues.
Student group USC 2020 Vision held a campus-wide walkout to highlight a number of social issues on campus, issuing a list of 12 demands to university officials.
On-campus drug violations and car thefts rose dramatically last year, according to the university’s 2015 Annual Security Report released earlier this month.
Rounding off the events of Pride Week, the annual South Carolina Pride Festival is, by some measure, the largest public celebration of the LGBTQ community in the state, drawing in tens of thousands over the course of a single day.
The Senate Judiciary Committee held an official impeachment hearing for Student Body President Jonathan Kaufman Wednesday evening in Russell House.
It is a luxury to be able to care about a football game after a flood.
Over 2,500 people have signed up to volunteer with UofSCRelief, according to the group's founder, third-year sociology student Cory Alpert.
While all Tuesday classes at the university have been canceled, there are still valuable resources provided by the university that will be up and running for USC students.
Ross Abbott, the president of the College Libertarians, said that the event was meant to provoke dialogue. Abbott, second from left, speaks with a passerby.
Fourth-year history student Louis Cook tears up a poster from the event on which a swastika was drawn. When asked why he did so, he said "You got a right to put one up. Put it up on your house, not on our campus.”
Cory Alpert, third-year sociology and Russian student, began the process of creating UofSCRelief Sunday evening. Since then, over 2500 volunteers have signed up.
Students can paint canvases for their rooms in Ballroom C of Russell House from 2 to 4 p.m.
Tim Bryson and Zach Driver headed Fraternity Council's weekly meeting Monday evening.