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New SGA President takes office

New SGA President takes office

New student body President Lindsay Richardson wants to help the University of South Carolina grow and to create more services that can improve students' daily lives, such as an umbrella checkout program for those caught unprepared on a rainy day.

No Limits: Young teacher determined to make a difference

No Limits: Young teacher determined to make a difference

Justin Dunham is always moving. A former high school athlete, he's conditioned to make quick turns, think on his feet and motivate. One minute he's in the front of the classroom, the next he's in the back. A few seconds later, he's tossing a football to a kid anxious to give an answer. Justin's Earth Science classes spin with energy, and the kids don't miss a beat.

Personal loss inspires student to help

Personal loss inspires student to help

Maranda Rosier fights to bring awareness to the issue of suicide. Her goal is to erase the negative stigma that comes along with it. This year's Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk is her first step.

Taking the helm: Students learn sailing, leadership

Taking the helm: Students learn sailing, leadership

Call it the Best. Classroom. Ever. Basic Keelboat Sailing teaches students to safely skipper or crew a 25-foot boat on sheltered water in moderate weather. But they also learn how to captain a boat with a crew of their peers and that leadership experience goes with them into the real world.

Artist's lens on an undersea world

Artist's lens on an undersea world

Few of us will ever scuba dive in the Dutch Caribbean, but there's almost no need to if you can spend a few moments gazing at Katie Boatman's paintings.

Business researcher investigates what motivates us

Business researcher investigates what motivates us

You could say Anthony Nyberg is a people person. He wants to know what makes them work and, maybe more importantly, what makes them quit. An associate professor of management in the Darla Moore School of Business, Nyberg earned his doctorate degree after working a decade in financial services, including starting and growing his own firm. During his time in the business world, he found his biggest issues had little to do with finance.

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