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Calendar of Events

Exhibit: "Home of the Palmetto: South Carolina and Its State Tree"

Monday, September 29, 2014

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Exhibit: “The Force of Character and Courage”: South Carolina and Hugo

Monday, September 29, 2014

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Theater: "The Women of Lockerbie"

Thursday, November 20, 2014

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Percussion Players Recital

Sunday, November 23, 2014

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Palmetto Concert Band

Sunday, November 23, 2014

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USC Trumpet Studio Recital

Sunday, November 23, 2014

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Andrew Price Senior Double Bass Recital

Sunday, November 23, 2014

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Brian Bethea Senior Saxophone Recital

Monday, November 24, 2014

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Featured Stories

manos photography

Behind the lens

Constantine Manos has always been a little ahead of his time, from having a professional photography gig by the time he finished his first year at Carolina to opposing segregation in editorials written in 1953-54 for The Gamecock. Now, as he looks back on a 60-year photography career that includes four books and countless exhibits around the world, Manos talks about growing up in Columbia and his time at Carolina.

IBM, Fluor partner with UofSC

IBM, Fluor partner with UofSC

It's now official: IBM--one of the largest and most respected technology companies in the world--is partnering with the University of South Carolina and will take up residence on the Columbia campus. The partnership will create the Center for Applied Innovation, a place where experts from the university and IBM will work together to better serve higher education institutions nationwide and provide enhanced learning experiences for tomorrow's college students.

Hello, world

Hello, world

Herbarium curator John Nelson knows you don't have to travel to a remote Amazon rainforest to discover a new species of plant. He and alumnus Douglas Rayner uncovered a rare hedge-nettle just 50 miles from Charleston, and they named it Stachys caroliniana, after the only state where it has been found.

Road trip warrior

Road trip warrior

Last year, if you had asked UofSC junior Jasmine Johnson what she would be doing with the rest of her life, she probably would have said she was staying in South Carolina to teach. But after a spontaneous click on the ad, a video application and a week full of interviews, the education student was chosen to be one of four students to take part in College Board and Road Trip Nation's cross-country excursion, and now her possibilities are endless

Marine science major researches in Woods Hole

Marine science major researches in Woods Hole

Dan Utter, fourth year marine science major, spent the summer of 2014 conducting research in Woods Hole, Mass. Utter's research drew conclusions about bacteria on the human tongue.

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In the News

“Gov. Haley hopes India trip brings jobs, tourists to SC”

Governor touts UofSC achievements in economic development travels --The State

“BMW’s success story spurs North Carolina officials to lure an automaker”

North Carolina using results from economy impact study to land automaker --Charlotte Observer

“Killings by cops apparently going up; killings of cops going down”

Reporting practices in small police agencies not uniform, expert says (feat. Geoff Alpert, criminology) --Washington Post

“Community builder: Midlands woman using books to help the homeless”

Alum expands graduate project to make long term impact on homeless --WIS-TV

“Why you don’t need to count calories to lose weight”

Vegan diet offers best health benefits, research shows (feat. Brie Turner-McGrievy, public health) --Cosmopolitan

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