On Friday the Office of Diversity and Inclusion hosted its annual MLK Commemorative Breakfast. The Social Justice Awards were also given out at the event to recognize individuals who embody the ideals of Dr. King.
USC hosted its 65th annual tree lighting ceremony on the Horseshoe where students were served hot chocolate and hors d'oevres.
EcoReps and Care-olina Animal advocates hosted its third-annual Sustainable Thanksliving, a vegan potluck.
The College of Hospitality Retail and Sport Management will be moving from the Coliseum to Close-Hipp in December.
Keala Burks was the winner of the governor's tourism award. There were nine total winners from different universities in South Carolina and Burks was the sole recipient from the University of South Carolina Columbia campus.
NPHC hosted a horror inspired version of its annual step show as a part of USC's Homecoming celebration.
Carolina Productions hosted its monthly Dogs on Davis event for October. Dogs on Davis is an event that aims to reduce student stress as they deal with the pressures of college.
The Pan-African Student Association recently celebrated its 10th year on campus as a student organization. PANASA is an organization that gives international African students and students with African heritage an outlet to connect with each other.
Health services is launching a series of mobile flu clinics in an attempt to help students get vaccinated. The clinics are being held at various locations on campus and are free to all students and faculty members.
This semester, Student Health Services is introducing a telemedicine option for students. Through the Mend Telemedicine app, students will be able to speak to a primary care doctor using their cell phones, tablets and computers.