Forbes magazine recently recognized Sam Bobley — USC alumnus and CEO and co-founder of the financial technology company Ocrolus — as one of the 2020 "30 Under 30" honorees in the finance category. Bobley hopes to get more involved in sharing his entrepreneurship expertise with USC students.
As football season comes to a close, students can keep busy on Saturdays by experiencing Soda City, visiting The West Columbia Riverwalk Park and Amphitheater or admiring public art and performance art opportunities around Columbia.
Students to learned about other cultures while making crafts, eating free food and jamming out to music with their friends at the second annual Christmahannakwanizka.
Adjunct professor of Middle Eastern Studies Josef Olmert was awarded the "Best Professor" award in 2019. His colleagues and former students say his passion for teaching and mentoring students is evident.
Major Irick “T.J.” Geary, the operations bureau commander of the USC division of law enforcement and safety (LES), taught the USC community what to do in the event of an active shooter Tuesday afternoon in the Thomas Cooper Library.
Planned Parenthood Generation Action is hosting “Let’s Talk About Sex (Ed)” Oct. 21 to 24 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Greene Street. The group wants to educate students and aims to break the stigma around talking about sex.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: USC professor conducts research, therapy to improve quality of life for patients10/20/2019 8:18pm
Shana Harrington works with breast cancer patients through physical therapy to improve their strength, function and quality of life.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs coordinated the "Love Wins" event where Jim Obergefell, plaintiff in the Supreme Court case for marriage equality, shared his story.
Alpha Chi Omega raised more than $7,000 for SisterCare during its fourth annual 'Paint War' fundraiser.
Seventy-two students registered to vote on Greene Street on Tuesday.