Imagine Santa Claus carrying a big bag — not full of toys but bagels. That’s sort of what Jacob Miller looked like when he volunteered at Student Food Recovery, a student organization that collects unused food from eateries around campus and donates them to homeless shelters in Columbia.
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The funds that University of South Carolina Dance Marathon (USCDM) raised in 2020 have directly impacted the Child Life Program at Prisma Health Children's Hospital’s ability to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The University of South Carolina Controller’s Office earned its ninth-consecutive Certificate of Achievement in Finance Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for 2019.
Now more than ever, it is important to have constructive conversations with our children. Learn strategies to foster healthy family communication.
The Moore School’s annual pitch competition, The Proving Ground, will be streamed on Facebook Live at 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 21.
UofSC’s AdTeam won 2nd place at the American Advertising Federation (AAF) District 3 level of the National Student Advertising Competition.
Mass communications graduate Sarah Waldrop says it was a day on Greene Street at the annual Give4Garnet fundraiser that will stand out as one of her favorite memories as a Gamecock.
Ask anyone who knows Sarah Massengale to describe her in a word and they might say she’s brazen. Or fearless. Or even stubborn. What they won’t tell you — at least not at first — is that she’s blind. The public relations major is applying her communications knowledge and personal experience by helping the university with its widescale effort to address its digital accessibility.
Kassandra Gove, ’09 higher education administration, was elected the fifth mayor of her hometown of Amesbury — population 17,000 — about 40 miles north of Boston on the coast of Massachusetts. Her tenure during the COVID-19 pandemic has been anything but typical.