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Announcements

Registration for Service Saturday now open

Registration for the first Service Saturday, to be held Aug. 26, is now open.

Fall 2017 bills available now

Bills for the Fall 2017 year are available on Self-Service Carolina.

Apply for Carolina Judicial Council

Apply to become a member for the Carolina Judicial Council, a recognized honor society and student organization in collaboration with the Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity.

Volunteer for First Night Carolina

Help create an incredible experience for new UofSC students by volunteering for First Night Carolina.

Register for parents weekend 2017

Registration for parents weekend, to be held Oct. 6-8, is now open.

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Stories for Students

Leaman

Mungo Distinguished Professor of the Year: Cliff Leaman

Clifford Leaman's love of teaching and performing is obvious to Leaman’s students and colleagues, who describe him as a master performer and teacher. This year, the university presented Leaman, who has taught saxophone at Carolina for the past 17 years, with its highest teaching honor: the Michael J. Mungo Distinguished Professor of the Year Award.

Astronomy and physics professor Timir Datta

Einstein vs. Newton, revisited

A total solar eclipse – when the moon orbits directly in front of the sun – is the perfect time to test Einstein’s theory of general relativity. A University of South Carolina professor will do that in August, using modern technology, high-powered telescopes and cameras to record the sky over South Carolina.

Susan Yeargin, associate professor of athletic training

Keeping Cool in "Famously Hot" Columbia, S.C.

Columbia got its “famously hot” nickname for a reason and summertime is it. Exercising or working outside this time of year can be dangerous if you don’t take proper precautions to avoid heat exhaustion or a heat stroke.

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