The USC dance program had to cancel many of their performances in the spring semester due to COVID-19. However, they have hope for the future.
I Can't Breathe - South Carolina was held on Saturday at the Statehouse to protest the killing of George Floyd. Lawrence Dishawn Nathaniel, the founder of National Organization for Change, organized the march. Around 1,000 people showed up to support the Black Lives Matter movement.
Former Gamecocks who are on the front lines and by the sides of coronavirus patients are facing new challenges in their careers as the COVID-19 pandemic changes the way hospitals operate.
Columbia's caffeine scene receives its latest addition with the opening of The Front Coffee and Tap, a cafe located along the river and owned by a USC alumnus.
The financial aid office announced Wednesday that students may receive federal grants from the CARES Act due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two third-year students from the South Carolina Honors College have won the Goldwater Scholarship Award. The award is selectively given out to individuals in a STEM major who have shown promise within the sciences.
School of Music professors are facing challenges as they navigate classroom instruction online. Many professors have had to come up with creative solutions to effectively teach course material.
USC’s Department of Mechanical Engineering students and faculty are creating 3D-printed, reusable face shields for healthcare professionals in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Democratic presidential candidates, including Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg, came into Columbia to rally support before the South Carolina primary.
Pete Buttigieg's campaign hosted a rally in Columbia, South Carolina, tonight in preparation for the state's primaries on Feb 29.