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Calendar of Events

Photography Exhibit: "Photography of the Rural South"

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

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Museum Exhibit - "Bull Street - Forgotten Past and Uncertain Future"

Monday, February 3, 2014

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Exhibit: "David R. Coker and the Campaign to Modernize Southern Agriculture"

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

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Seventh Annual College Sport Research Institute (CSRI) Conference

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

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Digital Brown Bag Speaker Series: John Knox and Michael Weisenburg

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

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Canceled: Sarah Steeves Graduate Viola Concerto Recital

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

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Preston Barbare Student Viola Recital

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

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Left Bank Big Band Recital

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

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Featured Stories

kristmar muldrow

Coming full circle

Kristmar Muldrow grew up in an artistic household but here at the University of South Carolina, she's been able to discover what being an artist really means. Growing up with a graphic designer mother and an architect dad meant Muldrow, a junior studio art major, never had a shortage of art supplies. These days, though, she's using more digital skills to create her works.

 

Helping Carolina women stand strong

Helping Carolina women stand strong

When Skye Klink studies abroad in Prague this fall, she wants to be prepared. Having studied abroad in Spain last summer, she knows the ups and downs of settling into another culture. This semester Klink decided to prepare for her upcoming trip by enrolling in a for-credit self-defense class taught by professors Ed Carney and Shannon Henry from Surviving Assault and Standing Strong (SASS), a local self-defense organization for women.

New SGA President takes office

New SGA President takes office

New student body President Lindsay Richardson wants to help the University of South Carolina grow and to create more services that can improve students' daily lives, such as an umbrella checkout program for those caught unprepared on a rainy day.

Chemistry up close

Chemistry up close

A chemistry show is a great way to reach K-12 students about science. Chemistry professor Linda Shimizu and University of South Carolina students put on a show that makes learning fun for kids of all ages.

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In the News

"Pastides, Dozier: USC moving from desegregation to diversity"

Op-ed by president and diversity officer on journey forward --The State

"Modeling a legacy of service"

Exercise science major named USC Outstanding Woman of the Year for service to children --The State

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