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Lane closure at night on Blossom St.

Starting Wednesday night (Aug. 22), some lanes of traffic will close on Blossom Street as crews replace sky lights on the pedestrian bridge to the Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center.

Parking and transportation guide for 2018

One of the keys to success is learning to navigate campus. We have a few pro tips for those of you who are new to the University of South Carolina Columbia campus.

Patience requested during Carolina Welcome events

A story on the parking and pedestrian congestion that will be present for the first week of class.

Offices invited to host Family Weekend events

Campus offices, departments and colleges are invited to host an open house, drop-in, reception or educational session for families during Family Weekend.

Campus recreation closures and time changes

The Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center will experience closures, and Blatt P.E Center will change it's hours of operation temporarily, the week of Aug. 13.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

Freshman move in

Movin' on up

The Class of 2022 is here — all 5,800-plus of them — and their hopes and dreams as Gamecock freshmen are as varied as you might imagine. @UofSC Today caught up with three of them on Move-in Day.

Richard Adams

A positive reaction

Richard Adams has been training future chemists at the University of South Carolina for 45 years. His efforts have been rewarded with the 2018 Mungo Graduate Teaching Award.

Visiting artists and plants

Plant robots mix art and ecology

The School of Visual Art and Design is hosting an interactive art exhibit on campus until October that aims to spark conversations about healthy environments, sustainability and the future of our food supply.


Making an impact

Some professors at the University of South Carolina have waited a long time for a charter school in the Midlands that would provide a free public education to middle and high school students interested in the arts. After years of planning and preparation, that wait is finally over.

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