The Richard T. Greener memorial created by John Hair in 2013, situated outside of the Thomas Cooper Library. The statue commemorates Greener, who was the university's first Black professor and a lawyer, scholar, librarian and activist.
A truck for taking and collecting donations parked along Greene Street. The Carolina Clemson Blood Battle promoted USC students to donate 2,026 pints of blood. Between both schools, 5,284 pints were donated in the spirit of friendly competition.
"A Present Past" is an Italian fresco by USC alumna Taylor Tynes. It features Minerva, Aristotle, Plato and some characteristics personal to USC such as the pomegranate tree, the seal, a squirrel and more to pay homage to the history of this institution.
Patricia Moore-Pastides, interim first lady and author of “At Home in the Heart of the Horseshoe — Life in the University of South Carolina President's House,” sits in the President's House. She discussed her book about how former university presidents have personalized and utilized the space throughout its history.