University President Bob Caslen held administrative meetings and office hours for students and faculty on Greene Street to encourage transparency within his administration on Monday.
USC physical therapy students host a 24-hour rowing event to raise awareness for physical therapy and raise funds for charity from Wednesday to Thursday on Davis Field.
UNC professor explores the lives of South Carolinians during the progressive movement of the 20th century10/06/2019 11:13am
Jacquelyn Hall discusses her new book "Sisters and Rebels: A Struggle for the Soul of America," through the perspective of the three Lumpkin sisters who lived in the South during the progressive movement of the 20th century.
The board of trustees buildings and grounds committee proposed a $19.5 million renovation plan to complete the original Honors Residence Hall's architectural design to give honors students more places to live in the residence hall by 2021.
The Diversity Matters Lunch and Learn series, the first of which was titled Class, Affordability and College, brings Student Life professionals together to address diversity and inclusion issues on campus through activities like personal budgeting, discussion and student budgeting scenarios.
This month’s TCoop Talk addresses superheroes and how represented social justice issues at the times of their publication.
Sherri and Poppy, two Labrador retrievers that are a part of the University of South Carolina Police Department’s K-9 unit, are the only dogs in South Carolina who are trained in explosive and firearm detection.
The current president of the American Astronomical Society, Dr. Megan Donahue, touches on the formation of galaxies and black holes in her lecture Thursday.
Louise Brown speaks about her experience in the 1969 Charleston hospital workers' strike during an open gallery at the Hollings Special Collections Library.
Introductory speech students competed against each other Tuesday as they practiced the skills they've learned in the classroom.