CarolinaLIFE is a non-degree program at USC that allows students with a range of disabilities to develop their independent living skills, pursue a field of study of their choice and get that college experience. It provides students with specific supports so that their disability doesn't have to be a disadvantage to them.
The class of 2020 experienced two different university presidents during their four years on campus: Harris Pastides and Bob Caslen. While their personalities shine in two distinct ways, each said students are their highest priority.
After losing their daughter, USC student Samantha “Sami” Josephson, last spring, the Josephson family is working to nationally pass a ride-hailing safety law called Sami's Law.
USC's food pantry, Gamecock Pantry, is still distributing emergency food kits that anyone with a valid CarolinaCard can request and pick up at Russell House.
Dedicated. Goofy. Extroverted. Get to know the personality behind USC's new student body president, Issy Rushton.
Due to USC's growing enrollment, Russell House is becoming too small to support all of its students. A feasibility study is underway to determine a location, timeline and possible cost.
More than 200 people marched around the Horseshoe on Saturday to raise awareness for and support those who are struggling with eating disorders.
The board of trustees discussed faculty raises, President Caslen's strategic plan for the university and a new health science campus during their meeting on Friday.
Over winter break workers were busy renovating the fourth floor of the Thomas Cooper Library. The renovations allow for more modern, tech-savvy furniture and increase seating capacity by nearly 100.
Multiple presidential candidates spoke at the King Day at the Dome event on Monday, Jan. 20.