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Carolina Community Garden applications available

Applications are currently being accepted for the fall 2014 planting season. There are currently six plots available for the upcoming season, and plots are awarded through an application process. You must apply as a group with a minimum of four people in each group.

USC's Got Talent now accepting applications

USC's Got Talent Applications are due by Sept. 25

Celebrate Parents Weekend Sept. 26-28

Celebrate Parents Weekend at UofSC with dozens of events

Skill Builders Leadership Workshops available

Skill Builders are leadership workshops sponsored by the Leadership and Service Center to assist student leaders in enhancing their leadership skills and developing the essential skills necessary to work and lead effectively with others. Workshop topics focus on assisting students to refine their leadership skills and address organizational challenges. Each workshop is presented by skilled facilitators that include faculty, staff, community and corporate leaders, and students.

Gamecock finalist for top daily newspaper in U.S.

The Daily Gamecock is one of three newspapers named a finalist by the College Media Association Pinnacle Awards for the top daily newspaper award in the country.

Take the Tailgate Good Choice Challenge

Students are eligible to earn a loyalty point and win prizes by taking pictures and videos of themselves completing selected activities.

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Stories for Students

Students remember their time with the National Student Exchange

Students remember their time with the National Student Exchange

Ever wonder what life would be like if you didn't choose to go to University South Carolina? Thanks to the National Student Exchange, students can spend a summer, semester or year at one of nearly 200 institutions in the U.S. Not only does the program expose students to different places, people and courses, but students pay their normal UofSC tuition. With the extensive list of schools that participate, no two students have the same experience.

Unfinished business: Professors continue working after retirement

Unfinished business: Professors continue working after retirement

Harvey Starr is currently working on three or four different book projects -- "depending on how you want to count it," he says. "A colleague and I are waiting to hear back about one proposal." He's also overseeing three active dissertations, having just hooded another new Ph.D. this summer. The catch? He officially retired June 30.

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