Student Government candidates sought to gain the attention and favor of students by giving out promotional items on Greene Street Wednesday afternoon.
Jacob Thompson hopes to win the favor of the student body through personal conversations about the change students want.
Student Health Services' "Hear Me Out" podcast seeks to tell stories of recovery and resilience for mental health.
Two residents of Bates Hall were found to be in possession of marijuana and fake IDs after complaints were made about an odor of marijuana coming from the floor.
USCPD is looking to replace the blue light callbox system with an emergency contact smartphone app.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs began its Diversity Dialogue Series for the semester with an open forum discussion about American Indian voter suppression.
With his administration ending this semester, Student Body President Taylor Wright is looking toward his final projects and reflecting on his legacy.
With Carolina Day this week, USC hopes to advocate for a historic piece of legislation that could drastically increase funding to the university.
BlackSpace, a community support group on campus, hopes to help black students feel less alone in their personal struggles surrounding race and identity.
BlackSpace, an open support group on campus, hopes to encourage African-American students to discuss issues concerning identity and discrimination.