Climate activists are facing something different from burnout. It isn’t new, but it finally has a name: eco-anxiety.Read More
Author: Mackenzie Patterson
By Mackenzie Patterson | Nov 5, 2021
“Pandemic pets” are taking the blame for overcrowded animal shelters, but that’s not the whole story.Read More
On Thursday, dozens of students chanted, yelled and shouted expletives on the University of South Carolina campus to push for the firing of two tenured professors and an administration official accused of sexual harassment and other alleged crimes against women.Read More
The South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault announced a new initiative with Ring Video Doorbells and Security Cameras to provide extra safety to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault at a press conference on Wednesday.Read More
Sarah Hamner’s team cheered her on from the sidelines as she secured an ITA All-American Championship win for the Gamecock Tennis Team on Oct. 10. Hamner, a freshman, is the first athlete to win in Gamecock Women’s tennis history.Read More
Wearing cosplay at conventions opens up new avenues for Columbia residents to display their artistic ability and connect with like-minded people.Read More
Lizard’s Thicket is one of Columbia’s local businesses that is feeling the effects of...Read More
In 2018, a less potent form of marijuana was accidentally made legal. Now, the FDA is trying to take back control of Delta-8.Read More
On Sunday, artists will put a twist on the traditional art market when Y’all-Mart opens at New Brookland Tavern.Read More
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State's largest indoor 24-hour pickleball facility is coming to Lexington. Picklers are excited to have a new facility to test their skills. Read more from journalist @connorwbird here: https://carolinanewsandreporter.cic.sc.edu/24-hour-pickleball-facility-coming-to-the-midlands-picklers-excited-for-sport-to-grow/
A new USC dormitory is one step closer to being built after it passed a city hurdle on Thursday, despite ongoing parking concerns.
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As book are challenged across the state, some say complaints are misinformed.
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