As a co-chair on the Presidential Commission on University History, history professor Valinda Littlefield wants the commission’s work to do more than change controversial building names on campus.Read More
Justice Jean Hoefer Toal, the first female justice and chief justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court, aims to uplift women leaders in the legal field and beyond.Read More
The Presidential Commission on University History held virtual public forums Tuesday and Thursday for the Carolina community to share their thoughts on renaming campus buildings.Read More
Brehanna Daniels, a former Norfolk State basketball standout, is making history as the first black woman to go through NASCAR’s pit crew development program.Read More
Mick Mulvaney has made history as a memorable South Carolina politician. See how he is carrying the legacy of enigmatic figures from the state.Read More
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I’m interviewing Lexington One School District Executive Chef Wesley Wilson on the food supply chain disruptions local school districts are seeing. Find out how they plan to adapt, Today at 4 p.m. @USCCarolinaNews
The South Carolina Hospital Association is showing gratitude to healthcare workers in their new ‘30 Days of Thanks’ campaign. Find out how you can donate to show your appreciation at 4!
Richland Two’s School Board will follow new guidelines at their meeting tonight - limiting the number of parents allowed to attend. Find out what those guidelines are at 4!