Volunteer for UofSC Habitat for Humanity project

This fall University of South Carolina faculty, staff and students can volunteer for a special Habitat for Humanity project. The house rehabilitation in Cayce, S.C. will be funded by the proceeds from last year’s Give It Up for Good program, which raised nearly $10,000. Faculty and staff who volunteer will make cosmetic updates to the house and build an addition that includes a master bedroom…

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Fall 2014 by the numbers

by Whitney Smith Preparing for the 5,000 incoming freshmen this fall, the University of South Carolina has worked to improve upon its campus, resources and programs to ensure that each Gamecock has access to the best possible experiences, both in and outside the classroom. This is the third year for the Gamecock Gateway, with substantial growth…

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USC tobacco-free campus

For the health of all Gamecocks, the University of South Carolina Columbia campus is tobacco-free. This means the use of all tobacco products is prohibited anywhere on university property including all buildings, facilities, grounds and spaces leased, owned or controlled by the university. Any university owned vehicles, or personal vehicles on university property are covered…

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Sigma Delta Pi earns national award

The University of South Carolina’s Chi Chapter of the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society has been named an “Honor Chapter” for its outstanding activities in 2013-14. This is the third consecutive year USC has enjoyed this distinction. Professor Cari Kepner, USC’s chapter adviser, along with past student officers were instrumental in earning this national honor…