Emmie Thompson and Abrianna Reaves are the next student body president and vice president. Hannah Augsbach Lamma is the next treasurer, and Cameron Eubanks is the next speaker of the student senate.
Beginning fall 2023, USC will give undergraduate students the opportunity to participate in a Digital Studies certification program. The program will help try to expand student's ability in using different skills across technology.
As the fall 2022 semester comes to a close, the class of 2026 has only slightly begun its college experience. The Daily Gamecock interviewed seven freshmen to look back on the highs and lows of the semester as well as their goals going into the spring.
With the advancement of technology, a new solution is being brought to classrooms to further students' education. Professors across USC's campus are looking at how virtual reality can be used to help prepare students for their future careers.
Dean of Libraries Thomas McNally is the second longest serving dean in USC. He has been serving in the job for 15 years as part of a 30-year career at USC.
The Daily Gamecock talked with Raven Gadsden, a professor at USC and member of the LGBTQIA+ community, to discuss the impact she has had on her students and experiences in her career as someone who identifies with the LGBTQIA+ community.
Head women's basketball coach Dawn Staley doubled down on her decision to cancel the season opener game against BYU in a press conference on Wednesday. The decision came after a BYU fan allegedly said racial slurs.
The Daily Gamecock interviewed seven freshman to discuss their first month on campus, how they have managed to navigate their way around and find their own community.
An orientation leader holds up a clipboard listing her group number as she leads new students to their first activity on July 20, 2022. Upperclassmen lead first-year students through two-day orientation sessions to help introduce them to USC and prepare them for their freshman year.
A first-year student falls as her fellow group members sprint to give their orientation leader a shoe during an orientation session on July 20, 2022. This game is played during orientation sessions throughout the summer to help new students have fun and make friends before starting their freshman year in the fall.
A first-year student laughs while she props her leg on another student's knee during a game on the Horseshoe on July 20, 2022. Students played games, listened to presentations and toured campus during orientation sessions held throughout the summer.