The ‘COVID slide’ has educators lookin...
By Bridget Frame | Feb 17, 2023
Retail employees see a less chaotic Black Friday
By Jade Crooks | Nov 28, 2022
The Vista Lights holiday tradition came back with ...
By Reagin von Lehe | Nov 21, 2022
USC COVID-19 research study to understand impact o...
By Reagin von Lehe | Nov 10, 2022
Richland Two schools use COVID aid for online prog...
By Dylan Ortuno | Oct 7, 2022
Senior Citizens connect through Coffee and Conversation
by Shakeem Jones | Oct 4, 2022
Coffee and Conversation, a social group for adults 55 and older, creates friendships for its members after loss and COVID.Read More
Stay-at-home moms face loneliness, often look for community online
by Holly Poag | Oct 3, 2022
Women taking care of children full time are dealing with isolation and shame in the aftermath of the pandemic.Read More
Animal shelters are out of space – but not for reasons you think
by Reagin von Lehe and Kaylie Pomichalek | Sep 7, 2022
A father and his daughter looked through the cages of kittens at City of Columbia Animal Services...Read More
As pandemic diminishes, what about the kids?
by Carson Peaden | Mar 21, 2022
As the pandemic diminishes, parents with kids under 5 still worry about COVID-19 vaccinations.Read More
Churches suffered losses during the pandemic. This congregation lost its pastor.
by Hannah Wade | Nov 30, 2021
Chairs separated for social distancing. Fist bumps and waves instead of hugs and handshakes. New pastors in the pulpit. South Carolina churches have been affected by the pandemic in many ways and some are changed forever.Read More
Want tequila? Good luck. Here’s how supply shortages affect S.C.
by Hannah Wade and Sheila Paz | Oct 1, 2021
Nationwide, food and liquor shortages are affecting restaurants and businesses. Here’s what’s causing them and how they’re affecting South Carolina.Read More
Peeking into the world of books
by Daniella Ramirez and Anizia Fulmore | Apr 26, 2021
A look into the future of publishing through the eyes of public libraries, local bookstores, and a publishing firm.Read More
UofSC economist predicts vaccinations will lead to faster economic recovery
by Daniella Ramirez | Apr 16, 2021
As more South Carolinians take their vaccines, a UofSC economist predicts a statewide economic recovery this year.Read More
Working from home? UofSC Law professor explains the new virtual workforce in upcoming book
by Rachel Strieber | Apr 8, 2021
In a book coming out next month, UofSC Law professor Joseph Seiner analyzes the future of the workforce and how employment has changed in light of technology and the pandemic.Read More
UofSC announces in-person graduation at Williams-Brice Stadium this spring
by Kourtney Vermillion | Mar 10, 2021
Reactions to UofSC’s decision to hold in-person graduation, along with other schools plans across the state.Read More
Here – finally! – comes the bride
by Rachel Strieber | Mar 8, 2021
A boom in business for the wedding industry is expected in the near future, as many couples postponed their weddings due to the pandemic.Read More
New Johnson & Johnson vaccine creates relief and concern
by Matt Tantillo | Mar 5, 2021
As the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine arrives in South Carolina, residents aren’t sharing the same confidence as medical professionals in the newest vaccine.Read More
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