The inaugural Addiction and Recovery-Informed Seminar (ARISE) featured a discussion centered around substance abuse and steps for recovery.
First lady Patricia Moore-Pastides celebrated her 10 year anniversary at a special edition of the Healthy Carolina Farmers Market on Tuesday.
USC's first-year reading experience celebrated its 25th anniversary at the Koger Center with the author of "A More Beautiful Question".
PlantBot 2.0 is a satirical art exhibit on the potentially dangerous impact the genetic engineering of plants and crops could have on the environment. Wendy DesChene and Jeff Schmuki's exhibit remains on display until Oct. 11 in the McMaster College art gallery.
Dance Marathon registration began on Monday, Sept. 10 at a discounted price, but will remain open until two days prior to the event in the spring.
Healthy Carolina provides students and staff with guidance on how they can live healthy lifestyles. From farmers markets to online evaluations, the goal of Healthy Carolina is to inform and motivate the Carolina community to make healthy choices.
Potential New Members finish the recruitment process at Bid Day.
The Horseshoe welcomed freshmen to the USC during First Night Carolina. Previously, First Night Carolina was held at Colonial Life Arena or Williams Brice Stadium, but now it begins on the Horseshoe and ends as a block party on Greene Street.
Professor Christina Andrews and Ph.D. student Melissa Westlake work with others to study the correlation of Medicaid, the Affordable Care Act and addiction treatment.
Panera Bread is one of 12 restaurants included in the new Russell House renovations opening by Aug. 23.
Kambrell Garvin, 26, won the Democratic nomination for SC House District 77 in the June 26 primary. Garvin, a Columbia native and current USC School of Law student, will seek election in November.
Faculty learned about 360-degree technology, virtual reality systems, augmented reality applications, the operation and creation of virtual worlds and how to integrate that technology into the classroom.
Three professors are currently implementing virtual reality into their courses and a boot camp will be held at the end of June to teach more professors, students and staff how to use virtual reality in the classroom.
The University of South Carolina Division of Law Enforcement and Safety held a workshop on Wednesday to help professors and staff respond to active shooters.
The Russell House is being renovated from May 5 to Aug. 14. Twelve new restaurants will be added to allow a variety of food options for students.
Some students and professor say they feel stressed during the school year, but others say they don't feel stress at all.
A panel and documentary screening in the Russell House Theater on April 16 discussed coral reefs.
The inaugural Women in Leadership Summit focuses on diversity of race, ethnicity, gender and of ideas.
Six finalists in the Shark Tank-style competition went home with prizes ranging from $5,000 to $17,500.
The first day of Spring at USC included inflatables, fire-eating and other carnival-like shows and activities for students.