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Holocaust survivor and stepsister of Anne Frank to speak at President's Leadership Dialogue

February 06, 2017, Kathryn McPhail

Eva Schloss, a Holocaust survivor and the stepsister of Anne Frank, will share her childhood and wartime experiences at the University of South Carolina’s President’s Leadership Dialogue at 10 a.m. Feb. 27 at the Koger Center. The dialogue is part of the university’s Carolina Leadership Initiative, which fosters leadership development among students and makes leaders from various fields and backgrounds available to students and the community.

UofSC launches bold health sciences initiative

September 16, 2016, Wes Hickman

As the Southeast’s most comprehensive health sciences teaching and research institution, the University of South Carolina will build on its nationally recognized programs in medicine, nursing, social work, public health, pharmacy, biochemistry, business, computing and others, as well as its unique partnerships with health care providers throughout the state, to create the premier health sciences experience for both undergraduate and graduate students.

Greek Village parking facility under development

July 29, 2016

The university is developing a 1,200-space parking facility and meeting facility for use by fraternity and sorority members. Construction of the facility, which will be located adjacent to the Greek Village, is expected to begin in 2018, pending necessary approvals by the Board of Trustees.

Fulfilling needs

March 31, 2016, Peggy Binette

At 8 a.m. today, online registration will open for one of the university’s most popular events. By noon, it is expected to be filled. No. it’s not an athletic event, a lecture by a visiting scholar or a popular concert. It’s the Women’s Leadership Institute (WLI), a daylong conference of professional and personal development offerings that will take place April 27.

Take the pulse survey, win prizes

March 10, 2016, Jeff Stensland

Everyone knows college is about much more than attending classes. That’s why all University of South Carolina undergraduate students are encouraged to participate in the new Pulse survey, an opportunity to have your voices heard about your experiences as a Gamecock.