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UofSC hosts holiday tree lighting Tuesday

The University of South Carolina community will celebrate the start of the holiday season with the 61st annual tree lighting at 6 p.m. Tuesday on the historic Horseshoe.

UofSC wins 31st annual Carolina-Clemson Blood Drive

The University of South has gained its eighth consecutive win over Clemson University in the 31st annual Carolina-Clemson Blood Drive.

Help families in need

University of South Carolina College of Social Work students are looking to engage communities and organizations in flood relief assistance.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

Dance Dialogue: New choreography continues race discussion

Dance Dialogue: New choreography continues race discussion

"Ruptured Silence: Racist Symbolism and Signs," a new dance production by UofSC choreographers Thaddeus Davis and Tanya Wideman-Davis. The work investigates historic and contemporary perspectives of the Confederate flag and the Confederacy.

Probing the depths with robotics

Probing the depths with robotics

It's not the only frontier he's intent on exploring, but the watery one that covers 70 percent of the globe has long transfixed Ioannis Rekleitis, an assistant professor in the department of computer science and engineering.

Microevolutionary evidence: The eyes have it

Microevolutionary evidence: The eyes have it

A research team led by biology professor Jeff Dudycha recently published a paper showing that larger eye size is the source of a sizable reproductive advantage for a tiny freshwater crustacean. The research provides hard data for eye microevolution that, until now, were lacking.

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