It has been a momentous year for the Supreme Court of the United States. It's also been a big year for alumnus Andrew Bentz, who has spent that time in a coveted position at the highest court.
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Calendar of Events
Exhibit: "Guess Who’s Coming to Campus: USC’s Important Visitors"
Friday, June 5, 2015View Event Details
Exhibit: "McKissick Museum: Invitation to Explore"
Monday, June 8, 2015View Event Details
Exhibit: "McKissick and You: Collecting What Matters"
Friday, June 12, 2015View Event Details
Exhibit: "Nuclear Carolina: Power and Waste in the Palmetto State"
Tuesday, June 23, 2015View Event Details
Fall Sports Preview 2015
Thursday, August 13, 2015View Event Details
Argento Chamber Ensemble - Southern Exposure New Music Concert
Friday, August 28, 2015View Event Details
Rachel Lockavitch Junior Voice Recital
Tuesday, September 1, 2015View Event Details
Across the Water with Columbia Baroque: The River Thames
Friday, September 4, 2015View Event Details
Chief Justice Jean Hoefer Toal, '68 law, has seen a lot of firsts in her life, from being the first woman to chair a legislative committee to being the first woman on the state Supreme Court. She sat down with us to chat about her time at Carolina, her extraordinary career as an attorney, lawmaker and justice, and the future as she prepares to retire in December.
Leaving the legal profession to pursue a career in academia was a tough, but life-changing experience for Joan T.A. Gabel. "We prepare students for success, we answer questions and we positively impact our community at home and around the world - where else can you say that?" Gabel was named new executive vice president of academic affairs and provost at the University of South Carolina on July 28.
During his 25-year career as a registered piano technician, Paul Williams has tuned, voiced and repaired the School of Music's 120 pianos. He has worked on instruments used in ensembles featuring the likes of Itzhak Perlman, Yo Yo Ma and Winton Marsalis.
Some of the world's oldest artifacts are located in some of the world's most volatile locations, making them vulnerable to destruction either intentionally or as collateral damage. Digitally preserving those historic items and locations is the goal of technology startup PIVOT.
UofSC president hopeful that flag’s removal will have positive economic impact on state (feat. Harris Pastides, administration) --WLTX-TV
College of Nursing receives grant to increase access to mental health services --The State
Unknowns about shark life make drawing conclusions on bites difficult, researcher says (feat. Joseph Quattro, Baruch Institute) --Post and Courier
Expert discusses reasons parents do not want to give up custody of children (feat. Marcia Yablon-Yug, law) --The Atlantic
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Study finds that Twitter helps with weight loss accountability (feat. Brie Turner-McGrievy, public health) --Huffington Post
Helping new managers acclimate to new position is best, expert says (feat. Ann Weiser, business) --BBC
UofSC President also calls for Confederate flag to be removed (feat. Harris Pastides) --Washington Post