Student employees in the Student Success Center are working remotely and logging fewer hours because of the pandemic.
With in-person classes suspended with online classes making in their stead until April 3, professors begin to reformat their content to an online format.
USC continues to adapt its response to COVID-19.
The University of South Carolina will extend spring break until March 22 and resume classes online on March 23. Classes will resume face-to-face on April 6.
Student Government candidates talk about their platform points, including changes to the shuttle system, mental health and attendance policy.
Student Government executive office candidate names were released on an unofficial list this evening.
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"I wanted to be a part of fixing and healing it, because I was the lightning rod that caused the conflict," President Bob Caslen said following controversy of his election.
President-elect Caslen discusses accreditation, controversy in exclusive interview with The Daily Gamecock07/24/2019 11:44am
President-elect Bob Caslen sat down in an exclusive interview with The Daily Gamecock to discuss the controversy surrounding his election and his efforts to reach out to students who opposed his election in an attempt to create a dialogue.