Ph.D. candidate Zoie Anderson-Horecny is taking part in the long-argued historical debate of enslaved agency in the antebellum South.
PANASA celebrates African culture with an array of music, dancing, multimedia pieces and stand-up comedy.
As USC prepares to introduce a medical humanities minor, Danielle Coriale talks about her influences and the importance of interdisciplinary questions.
Following Carolina BeYOUtiful week, two students were inspired to create a campaign that expands body positivity for USC women.
Student Government executive candidates debate on the best way to reach students, as some students say they're uninformed about the organization's activities.
As a first generation college student, Lyric Swinton has surpassed her high school dreams through a strong work ethic and heavy activism. Now, she hopes to give back.
At 9 p.m. Tuesday night, campaigning for Student Government offices officially began.
Mills Hayes and Imani Roberson share their struggles with eating disorders in an effort to promote body positivity on campus.
Mills Hayes shares her personal experiences that inspired Carolina BeYOUtiful week.
Students for Justice in Palestine has combated misconceptions on campus and in local government for years. Today the group hopes to bring understanding to students.