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Calendar of Events

Exhibit: "Traditions, Change and Celebration: Native Artists of the Southeast"

Friday, August 8, 2014

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Exhibit: "Governors at Work and Play: National and Regional Governors' Conferences"

Thursday, January 15, 2015

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Exhibit: Crafting Civil (War) Conversations

Monday, February 2, 2015

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Exhibit: "Opening Doors: 25 Years of the Americans with Disabilities Act"

Thursday, March 5, 2015

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Theater: "Player King"

Sunday, April 26, 2015

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SC Hidden Treasures: Discovering Orangeburg County

Monday, April 27, 2015

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James E. Clyburn Health Disparities Lecture: "Pass the Torch, Re-Ignite the Flame: Approach Health Disparities with Passion Beyond Commitment"

Monday, April 27, 2015

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Liangjun Zou Doctoral Violin Recital

Monday, April 27, 2015

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Featured Content

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Hatching an idea

The University of South Carolina promises opportunities for its students. In the last month, Venisha Pendergrass and two friends have found this to be true. Just before spring break, Pendergrass and a few friends noticed a need to have more professional development opportunities for young women on campus.

Stopping a silent killer

Stopping a silent killer

Amber Williams has painful, personal experience with carbon monoxide poisoning -- she lost her 11-year-old nephew and nearly lost her sister-in-law in a deadly incident two years ago. And that's why she's made it her mission to make people more aware of the danger.

Students show off research at Discovery Day

Students show off research at Discovery Day

Pharmacy students Alexas Polk and Sarah DeMott researched nearly 5,000 medical orders given on television medical shows since 1989 (Doogie Howser, M.D.). What they found was that fictional TV doctors were wrong about 12 percent of the time. They will present their findings at Discovery Day.

The road less traveled

The road less traveled

Kassandra Solsrud is taking the academic road less traveled in her quest to earn a degree in international business enroute to medical school. Then again, the sophomore from Atlanta, Ga., hasn't exactly set her sights on a traditional career in medicine.

Raising the bar

Raising the bar

Alumnus, attorney and University of South Carolina board member William Hubbard is serving a one-year term as president of the American Bar Association and making the most of the opportunity.

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In the News

“How the forgotten music of the civil rights movement was hiding in plain sight”

Gospel music gave African Americans an avenue to express themselves, expert says (feat. Birgitta Johnson, music) --Public Radio International

“Abraham Lincoln “was not yours only”: After the assassination, common citizens around the world mourned the loss”

Professor discusses world’s reaction to Lincoln assassination (feat. Don Doyle, history) --Salon

“Men sport heels in support of sexual assault victims”

UofSC Fraternity Council participates in Walk A Mile in Her Shoes event --WLTX-TV

“Hillary Clinton logo for 2016 presidential campaign riles up internet”

Professor discusses newly unveiled Clinton campaign logo (feat. Keith Kenney, mass communications) --Yahoo News

“Wendy’s jumps on spicy bandwagon”

Professor discusses fast-food’s tactics to stay relevant to Milennials (feat. Robin DiPietro, HRSM) --USA Today

“New podcast coming in ‘Serial’ case”

Law expert, ‘Serial’ blogger involved in next podcast in series (feat. Colin Miller, law) --The Baltimore Sun

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