Students share experiences going to USC in a divided household.
The International Bazaar sought to bring people from other cultures and countries together to help educate the student body on politics, cultures and history.
USC's first full-time therapy dog helps to alleviate stress and homesickness for students.
Iranian-American poet Solmaz Sharif read from and discussed her book "Look," kicking off the Fall Literary Festival's series of speakers.
As part of the Carolina Judicial Council's civility speaker series, Bakari Sellers visited USC to discuss civility in relation to the Carolinian Creed and today's current political climate.
La Tropa opened their multimedia play "The Fabulous and Heartbreaking Story of Donald and America" Wednesday night.
On the second day of Homecoming Week events, students showed creativity by coloring banners Tuesday on Greene Street for Color Your Carolina.
Having recently encountered success as a videographer and photographer, Nathan Crane sits down to discuss the blossoming of his business and the influences of Ukraine and religious ministry on his work.
USC's Relay for Life announced its 2018-2019 campaign theme and slogan.