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NCAA and UofSC presidents to discuss leadership, college athletics Feb. 18

NCAA President Mark Emmert will join University of South Carolina President Harris Pastides, chairman of the NCAA Division I board of directors, for a conversation with students, faculty and staff about leadership and college athletics Thursday, Feb. 18.

UofSC hosts events to prepare students for primaries

The university is hosting a pair of political events on Feb. 16 for students to prepare for the upcoming presidential primaries in South Carolina.

Delta Sigma Pi begins 2016 recruitment Monday

Delta Sigma Pi (DSP), a co-ed, professional business fraternity, has a rich tradition at the University of South Carolina. DSP begins their Spring recruitment on Feb. 1 in the Darla Moore School of Business

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NCAA and UofSC presidents to discuss leadership, college athletics

President Harris Pastides is passionate about helping students develop their leadership skills. That’s why he created the Carolina Leadership Initiative in 2010, which includes an annual President’s Leadership Dialogue that makes leaders from various fields and backgrounds available to students and the campus community.

helping paw

Man's best friend helps those in need

Fred is the ideal companion. He’s always eager to help out. He’s entertaining and he’s great with people. Fred and his human partner Becky Sullivan are featured in “A Helping Paw, ” a short film directed and edited by University of South Carolina media arts student Faith Cox. The documentary is the inaugural winner of the Walt Hanclosky Social Issue Production Award for Media Arts in the School of Visual Art and Design.

superbowl of advertising

And the winner is ...

Steve Harvey turned his Miss Universe announcement blunder into a winning Super Bowl ad for T-Mobile. That’s the verdict from the 100 students and faculty in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications who gathered Sunday night to watch the game and critique the commercials.

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