World AIDS Day has been observed at the South Carolina State House on Dec. 1 for the past five years. This year, students led the event.Read More
Author: Meghan Hurley
By Meghan Hurley | Nov 12, 2021
It has long been predicted that independent bookstores could not sustain growth in the face of...Read More
On Friday, the FDA gave emergency authorization for the Pfizer vaccine for ages 5-11. On Tuesday, a panel of the Centers for Disease Control formally endorsed the recommendation. See where some Columbia parents stand in the debate,Read More
If you or anyone you know if struggling, please call the 24-hour National Suicide Prevention...Read More
A recent viral video captured in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, exposed an alligator’s cannibalistic palate and left violent misconceptions about the reptile’s eating habits.Read More
Gov. Henry McMaster is at odds with a federal judge and the state superintendent of education over recent school masking policies.Read More
Columbia’s four mayoral candidates pose with the brothers of UofSC’s Alpha Phi Alpha...Read More
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Nyckoles Harbor could be a generational talent not just on the football field but on the track as well. @wrainey22 wrote about what he's bringing to Columbia.
An education bill that would restrict what teachers can teach about race now goes to the full House of Representatives.
Reporter @TaylorKaye09 with more below:
It was a pleasure to speak with our State Representatives on the first day of Black History Month. We are looking back to acknowledge trailblazers like Sarah Mae Flemming, and we can also look forward to move-makers like @Dr_JLJohnson and @mcdanielae .