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Letter from the editor: Welcome home

Whether you were in town or away this summer, our print edition has you covered with everything you need to know. From getting a new president and revamping our dining experience to a look ahead at the football and concert seasons, read on to get a reminder of what makes this place home. 

The USC smokestack located next to the Horseshoe is a notable landmark on the university’s campus.

Donna Arnett named USC's new provost

Donna Arnett is USC's new provost, the board of trustees voted on Thursday. The provost is the university's chief academic officer and oversees the schools and colleges at USC's Columbia campus. 

Letter from the editor: Embrace spring in full bloom

It's easy to get caught up by your to-do list or by the demands of your Google Calendar, but take some time to notice what's around you. From flowers, animals and art on campus to baseball games, new transfers and spring cleaning, there are a lot of reasons to embrace the spring in full bloom. 

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Chefs preparing food at Food Lab, located on the first floor of Russell House, on Sept. 12, 2022.  The restaurant features a rotating menu and hosts local restaurants throughout the week.

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Chefs preparing food at Food Lab, located on the first floor of Russell House, on Sept. 12, 2022. The restaurant features a rotating menu and hosts local restaurants throughout the week.

Kailey Cota (left) poses for a picture with her sister, Riley Cota (right), in front of USC’s Green Quad on Aug. 14, 2022. The class of 2026 moved in and prepared to make Columbia feel like home.

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Kailey Cota (left) poses for a picture with her sister, Riley Cota (right), in front of USC’s Green Quad on Aug. 14, 2022. The class of 2026 moved in and prepared to make Columbia feel like home.

Devin Williams, the president of USC's chapter of the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), speaks at NPHC's annual Strolling Through History event on Feb. 21 at the Russell House Ballroom. The event showcased performances from most of the eight historically Black sororities and fraternities on USC's campus. 

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Devin Williams, the president of USC's chapter of the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), speaks at NPHC's annual Strolling Through History event on Feb. 21 at the Russell House Ballroom. The event showcased performances from most of the eight historically Black sororities and fraternities on USC's campus. 

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