UofSC’s student NAACP chapter and the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity advocate for the renaming of certain campus buildings.Read More
Three political science professors from the University of South Carolina talk about the upcoming election and analysis of recent news in each branch of government.Read More
Once the leading school in number of coronavirus cases, the University of South Carolina has reduced it’s cases through planning, community and faculty research.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
The new Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion has big plans for diversity at UofSC. He spoke at the “Diversity Matters” series about leadership, infrastructure, inclusion and more.Read More
The University of South Carolina released a statement Monday confirming the body found in the Vulcan Materials quarry was 19-year-old junior Samuel Laundon. The cause of death was trauma related to a fall.Read More
Peace Corps maternity and child health volunteer Emily Jonczyk was evacuated from Zambia at a moment’s notice to protect her from the coronavirus, giving her no time to say goodbye to her friends, her village or the country she was meant to call home for the next two years.Read More
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Here it is. @scsbcoach_bev has made her return to Chapel Hill for just the third time since taking the South Carolina job. Tomorrow, she will be looking her first win against UNC away from Columbia. https://carolinanewsandreporter.cic.sc.edu/beverly-smith-makes-third-trip-to-unc-since-becoming-sc-coach-in-2010/
Tune into @USCCarolinaNews at 4pm&4:30 to see why organizations like the NAACP are back on campus and ready for action at UofSC!
I had the chance to speak with the president of Cason Development Group. They’ll be managing the redevelopment of Rosewood Church in to apartments and retail space. Check out the full story on @USCCarolinaNews at 4:30 tonight.