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Several university departments offer helpful mobile apps that are free to download to your mobile device.

Spring into Health: COVID-19 and the Student Experience

A panel of student leaders will discuss their experiences during the pandemic in a virtual event hosted by the UofSC Alumni Association and Primsa Health on March 9.

Dance Marathon registration now open

University of South Carolina Dance Marathon registration is now open.

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Stories for Parents

Jaden Sorbie

Class of 2021: Jaden Sorbie

Jaden Sorbie wasn’t really interested in her “family business” of flying — at least not when she arrived at the University of South Carolina campus with a goal of working in live event management. All it took was a year of working with the pilots in the South Carolina Air National Guard and Sorbie was hooked.

Solar Trailer

Solar trailer spurs sustainability efforts at UofSC

The Office of Sustainability along with mechanical engineering students worked together to create a sustainable solution for providing power to events at UofSC. The solar trailer is a converted, movable trailer that is able to store energy from the sun and power electrical equipment.

Darren Burton

Class of 2021: Darren Burton

Darren Burton, who grew up in the tiny town of Estill, South Carolina and attended high school in Irmo, will graduate with leadership distinction in May with a degree in accounting from the Darla Moore School of Business and the South Carolina Honors College.

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