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Calendar of Events

"The Diplomatic Life"

Friday, May 16, 2014

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Exhibit: "Taking Root: The Summer Brothers and the History of Pomaria Nursery"

Thursday, June 12, 2014

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Exhibit: "Robert Marvin: Father of Southern Landscape Architecture"

Monday, July 14, 2014

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McCutchen House open for lunch

Thursday, August 28, 2014

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Celebrate Carolina: State of the University

Thursday, September 4, 2014

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Onomatopoetic - Art Inspiring Art: Music Made Visible

Thursday, September 4, 2014

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Cornelia Freeman Concert

Sunday, September 7, 2014

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Tim Hudson, Guest Artist Trumpet Recital

Monday, September 8, 2014

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Featured Stories

Eighth-grader Danielle Rice presents oral arguments

Before the bench

Eighth-grader Danielle Rice was one of 40 students from four Midlands-area schools who learned how to build a case and advocate for a cause in the School of Law's first-ever Middle School Mentoring Program. A team that included eight UofSC law students built the program and more than 40 others served as mentors helping to open a door of opportunity for these middle school students' futures.

 

Athletes, all-pros, arrivals: Business student uses UofSC to land internship

Athletes, all-pros, arrivals: Business student uses UofSC to land internship

All-pro linebackers, high-profile high school recruits and dealing with large shipping orders are all in a days work for Eric Dunton. The junior Global Supply Chain and Operation Management major at the University of South Carolina earned an internship working as a customer service representative for large accounts at Under Armor.

Fathers and families

Fathers and families

Patrick Patterson learned the hard way what happens when a dad leaves home. That's why he's devoted his career to keeping families together.

No Limits: Memories of childhood encourage the search for a cure

No Limits: Memories of childhood encourage the search for a cure

University of South Carolina neuroscientist Rose Booze grew up on a sheep farm, working beside her father, who years later would be diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Memories of her childhood encourage her today. With support from the National Institutes of Health, Rose and her team are driven to discover the root causes of this devastating illness and remain hopeful that a cure is within reach

Returning to the quad

Returning to the quad

Laura Bankert knows what it means to be connected to campus. It's something she felt early as a freshman living on the second floor of Sims in the Women's Quad. This year, Bankert, a junior elementary education major and first-time resident mentor, hopes she can make a new group of Gamecocks feel the same way as she moves back to campus in the newly renovated Women's Quad.

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In the News

"How social media has turned us into war monsters"

Professor discusses how people act on Facebook regarding controversial opinions (feat. Mo Jang, mass communications) --Huffington Post

"Learning to overcome distance"

UofSC's Palmetto College one option for non-traditional students --Greenville Journal

"William C. Hubbard of South Carolina new president of American Bar Association"

Alumnus, board member sworn into top position for American Bar Association --The Times and Democrat

"The bros who love My Little Pony"

Researcher finds that adult fans of cartoon isn't what's expected (feat. Patrick Edwards, psychology) --The Atlantic

"Universal's partnership with Legendary films may help shape theme parks"

Entertainment powerhouses partnership is a smart strategy, professor says (feat. Armen Shaomian, sport and entertainment management) --Orlando Sentinel

"Panel: improving rural education is key to helping poor communities"

University president speaks to importance of rural education opportunities (feat. Harris Pastides) --Post and Courier

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