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Announcements

Lauren Brown awarded U101 honor

Lauren Brown is the recipient of the 2014 M. Stuart Hunter Award for Outstanding Teaching in University 101. A committee of faculty, staff and students selected Brown from the 266 nominations (for 118 instructors) submitted by University 101 students.

Stay fit even in the summer

Summer students can still use all the amenities at Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center and Blatt.

Greek recruitment registration open

Registration for sorority and fraternity recruitment is now open.

Parents Weekend signup begins June 15

Mark your calendars for Parents Weekend 2015, to be held Sept. 25-27!

Pay your summer tuition bill

Summer tuition bills are available on Self Service Carolina (SSC) for students who have registered for classes.

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Stories for Students

Leadership position helps student land NFL internship

Leadership position helps student land NFL internship

Nathan Harris did not anticipate that his on-campus leadership role would open doors in the real world. The rising senior credits his time as a peer instructor with the University of South Carolina's Student Success Center with helping him land a coveted summer internship with the Seattle Seahawks.

'The stuff dreams are made of'

'The stuff dreams are made of'

Dashiell Hammett was famed for creating the epitome of the hardboiled detective, Sam Spade, and turning the detective novel into literature. "He wasn't just a crime writer," his granddaughter Julie M. Rivett says. "The best of his work is not so much about crime as it is about human nature, and it defies genre." Rivett and her family unveiled a comprehensive collection of Dashiell Hammett's works, including the Hammett Family Archive.

Goal Oriented

Goal Oriented

Sabrina D’Angelo couldn’t make her college graduation. Luckily, she had a pretty good excuse. May 8, when the exercise science major should have been walking across the stage at the University of South Carolina’s Colonial Life Arena, she had other goals on her mind — the kind she spent four years preventing as a standout goalkeeper for Carolina’s women’s soccer team.

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