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Calendar of Events

Exhibit: "Traditions, Change and Celebration: Native Artists of the Southeast"

Friday, August 8, 2014

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Exhibit: "Governors at Work and Play: National and Regional Governors' Conferences"

Thursday, January 15, 2015

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Exhibit: Crafting Civil (War) Conversations

Monday, February 2, 2015

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Continuing education: Photography After Dark - Nighttime Photography

Thursday, March 5, 2015

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Rich Harbison Junior Double Bass Recital

Thursday, March 5, 2015

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2015 Nadine Beacham and Charlton F. Hall Lecture: “Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child: Reading the Bible with the Spirituals”

Thursday, March 5, 2015

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Research seminar: "Adventures in Medical Metagenomics"

Friday, March 6, 2015

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Bob Meyers Senior Piano Recital

Friday, March 6, 2015

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Featured Content

buz kloot

Spreading the science of healthy soil

Unless you're a farmer, or just really into dirt, you're probably not familiar with the YouTube videos Robin "Buz" Kloot has produced for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. But Kloot's work is generating attention from farmers and soil scientists interested in an emerging agricultural practice with dramatic results.

Just say 'Yes'

Just say 'Yes'

For Erin Steiner, saying 'Yes' to Carolina has led to research and study across the globe. The senior double majoring in political science and women’s and gender studies has been to Ghana, Thailand, India and places in between.

Better living through leadership

Better living through leadership

In recent years, Preston Residential College has become a proving ground for young leaders on the University of South Carolina campus. Through community service programs, group arts projects and other endeavors, residents are learning what it means to take charge and make a difference.

Students aim for

Students aim for "A's" in state dance class

L.M. Drucker remembers growing up in the 1950s with her mom taking her to Myrtle Beach, S.C. She recalls people dancing, and she would join in. "I didn't know it, but that was the early heyday of classic shag," she says. "So I was there for it, I just didn't realize it until much later."

First Folio will put Shakespeare in spotlight

First Folio will put Shakespeare in spotlight

The foremost playwright in English history shuffled off this mortal coil nearly 400 years ago, but the first collection of his plays was not assembled and published until some years later. Now a copy of that book, Shakespeare's First Folio, will make its way around the U.S., including a stop at Carolina.

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In the News

“Will your city get Shakespeare’s First Folio?”

UofSC Libraries to host --Washington Post

"20 under 40: Rising to the challenge"

UofSC alumni top Columbia's 20 under 40 list --The State

"'Love Your Selfie' promotes healthy body image"

(feat. Danielle Koonce, Student Health Services) --WLTX-TV

“’Serial’ truthers are now doxxing women”

Law professor talks sexism in 'Serial' theory blogging (feat. Colin Miller, law) --The Daily Beast

“Employers watch high court case on religious garb”

Law expert discusses high court case on religious discrimination (feat. Joseph Seiner, law) --Wall Street Journal

“Stories with two titles, or why people should maybe just make up their minds”

Professor discusses cyclical trend of dual titles for books, movies (feat. Paula Feldman, English) --LA Weekly

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