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.
Office of Multicultural Student Affairs Celebration of Excellence awards students for leadership, service04/04/2019 3:08pm
The OMSA Celebration of Excellence recognizes students who make campus and the community more inclusive.
Students and faculty learned how to make healthier substitutes to popular takeout foods in the “Make Your Own Takeout" cooking class that was inspired by popular takeout foods.
USC's naturalist-in-residence hosts “Nature of Spring” to explore plants and animals brought to him by members of both the USC and local community.
Thi Bui’s lecture, based on her novel “The Best We Could Do," offered students a personal perspective to the struggles of Vietnamese refugees.
The Beekeeping Club on campus aims to advocate and educate the public about bees and their importance by establishing beehives and its expanding impact on the local community.
Residents of Maxcy House are in the early stages of creating a mural spanning one of Maxcy’s staircases in effort to build a stronger sense of community between the residents that live there.
Civil Rights activists Jaribu Hill, Gicola Lane and Louise Brown described their battle for rights for African Americans at a panel discussion on Jan. 17.
The first TCoop Talk allowed students and faculty to interact with an associate professor in the School of Visual Art and Design and discuss the importance of taking risks and learning from failure.