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Where to study for finals

It's that time in the semester again, finals time. Here are some places that will help you ace those exams.

Help stuff police car for Toys for Tots

The UofSC Division of Law Enforcement and Safety will host its 5th annual Stuff a Police Car event Dec. 4-5.

Report your hire to Career Center

Did you accept an offer for a spring or summer co-op or internship? Visit JobMate to tell the Career Center about it.

Give it up for good this winter

At the end of each semester, University Housing collects donations from students to keep thousands of pounds of reusable items out of the landfill, give back to local charities and help you clean out your residence hall room.

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.

Thanksgiving Break hours of operation

Thanksgiving Break for UofSC means no classes from Nov. 25 - 27 and some altered hours of operation the rest of the week. Check out the schedule for dining halls, residence halls and more.

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 Students

Fired up!

Fired up!

Monday, Nov. 23 marks 12th year that engineering professor Abdel Bayoumi and his students will watch their design and construction of a gigantic Clemson tiger burn in effigy on the intramural field adjacent from the Colonial Life Arena as part of Tigerburn.

All rise

All rise

One Friday a month the University of South Carolina School of Law welcomes 40 of the youngest law students you'll ever meet. Welcome to the law school's Constitutional Scholars Pipeline Program, which pairs seventh and eight graders with USC law students who teach them about the law and coach them for a moot court.

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