The Darla Moore School of Business is implementing new statistics requirements for its undergraduate students.
University President Harris Pastides announced in his State of the University address that he will retire from his position in the summer of 2019.
University of South Carolina college of pharmacy grant will fund childhood cancer research.
The fifth-year political science student behind the satirical French Drinking Ticket Twitter account has an even bigger project in the works in his hometown.
USC's Center for Health and Well-being outlines new services that are available for students on campus.
Sarah Leverette was the USC School of Law's first female faculty member and had an impact on the South Carolina law community that colleagues say will live on despite her death.
USC's international business program received a high ranking for the 20th consecutive year.
The overdose drug Narcan can now be purchased without a prescription at USC.
After last semester's internal conflict, the Residence Hall Association looks to increase communication and widen its reach.
Eduardo Romero survived violent protests in Venezuela before coming to USC and earning a prestigious graduate fellowship.
USC's Five Points shuttle will now operate from 10:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. and pick up and drop off at a different spot.
The director of the School of Library and Information Science is stepping down to continue treatment for cancer.
USC's College of Engineering and Computing received $10,000 to go towards a February philanthropic event.
The USC Coliseum was damaged by a small fire during renovations.
A new technology company will give College of Engineering students a chance to get hands-on experience while in school.
Former graduate student Allison Dunavant is suing the university and her former professor.
The student government executives have established a cabinet and a communications team since their inauguration on April 3rd, and are looking forward to the rest of their term.
Laura Kissel has been at USC for 20 years and has dedicated much of that time to helping undergraduate students with research and finding their calling.
The first annual Give 4 Garnet raised money for different programs and schools throughout the university.
Sexual Assault Awareness month plans to create conversations among students about campus resources and consent.
Honors College students and Capstone Scholars, two similar but distinct programs, come together for the annual Y'all Ball at Top of Carolina.
Events "I'm Good. You Good?" and "Walk a Mile in Their Shoes" to educate students about consent and sexual violence.
Birdcage, hosted by IRIS and Carolina Productions, gave USC students a glimpse into the LGBTQ community.
Beauty Redefined was inspired by a journalism class the Kite twins took in college.
The USC Fashion Board is putting on the 11th annual Fashion Week in Columbia, featuring student designs and special guests.
The March For Our Lives in Columbia, taking place on Saturday, was organized by a Parkland, Florida native and will feature high school students and activists speaking out against gun violence.
The founders of Dance Marathon came back to USC to see its 20th anniversary and the milestone of raising over one million dollars.
New student organization Women LEAD provides a safe space for women to grow and develop leadership skills together.
After getting involved with USC research in high school, first-year student Nina Daneshvar is travelling to a conference to present some of her own theoretical work.
The influenza virus is spreading quickly across the the palmetto state, and USC is no exception.
Carolina Food Co. implements Tapingo to save time for students in a rush.
Fourth-year early childhood education student Daizha Green is the only student among four recipients of the MLK Social Justice Award.
Events are hosted throughout the week of MLK Day in order to help students celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and serve the community.
Recent graduates receive awards for their work on South Carolina's Bateman Team.
A U.S. Air Force veteran and student on campus promotes relationship between veterans and school community.
The homecoming teams build USC-themed structures out of canned goods for the Gamecock Pantry and Harvest Hope.
A survivor of the Virginia Tech shooting shared her story of survival and message of school safety with USC students as part of the Momentum series.