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Announcements

Plant a tree on campus to celebrate Arbor Day

University of South Carolina students, faculty and staff are invited to join in the Arbor Day celebration at 1 p.m. Friday (Dec. 6).

Tips for on-campus holiday decoration

With the holiday season approaching, university fire marshal Todd Griffin would like to pass along safe decorating tips for the Columbia campus this winter.

Arena district traffic and parking issues this week

A concert in Colonial Life Arena on Wednesday and Vista Lights on Thursday will affect faculty, staff and the university community this week.

Purple Heart parking initiative launched

Purple Heart recipients, those who have given so much while serving in the United States military, get access to better parking thanks to a new initiative from the University of South Carolina.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

James Cutsinger

Professor helped students find the light within

Not many professors inspire lofty tribute. Some we forget and others are scarcely remembered. James Cutsinger, a religious studies professor who taught at the university for 37 years, earned the respect and admiration of students for decades while helping them to achieve the most noble of goals: the ability to think.

women's soccer celebrating with the SEC championship trophy

20 in '19

There was plenty to be proud of at the University of South Carolina in 2019, with accomplishments from the classroom to the research lab to the athletic field.

Portrait of Karen Edwards

Garnet Apple Award: Karen Edwards

The University of South Carolina has plenty of good teachers. But some, like senior instructor of retailing Karen Edwards, take their efforts in the classroom to the next level.

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