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Announcements

Let's get moving

UofSC feedback needed on city's pedestrian and bicycle master plan by Feb. 6 The University of South Carolina has made tremendous strides in creating a campus that supports and encourages walking and bicycling.

Carolina Alert: Winter Weather

Winter is here and while we do not expect any deviation from our normal campus operations in the immediate future, the return to campus this semester is a good time to remind the Carolina Family of the following regarding weather related delays and closings:

Five things you should know about Anne-Marie Slaughter

CEO of the New America Foundation Anne-Marie Slaughter will be speaking at the UofSC President's Leadership Dialogue Thursday, Jan. 29. These are five things you should know about her before attending the event.

Our heart health has no limits

Find new ways to have heart healthier habits at Our Heart Has No Limits with interactive exercise demonstrations, health screenings, free giveaways and deliciously healthy food samples, plus register to be a part of Team UofSC at the AHA Heart Walk.

Campus Wellness offers services to keep students healthy

Your physical and mental health can have a powerful impact on your academic success. That's why Campus Wellness offers a variety of services for the UofSC community. Offerings include preventive health screenings, physical fitness assessments and exercise consultations, sexual health consultations (and protection methods), nutrition information and consultations, tobacco cessation and stress management.

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Stories for Students

A cut above

A cut above

Gregory Garret stumbled into his career after an apprenticeship at a salon turned him on to hairstyling while attending the University of South Carolina. It wasn't the traditional path for a college graduate but as the owner, manager and head stylist of Columbia's newest salon, Garret isn't just styling hair.

One vision, many voices

One vision, many voices

Poet, associate professor of English and director of Women's and Gender Studies Ed Madden has been named the inaugural poet laureate for the City of Columbia. During his four-year term he plans to promote public art and the growth of the city's literary community.

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