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Announcements

South Caroliniana Library reopens March 2

The South Caroliniana Library reopens March 2 with new hours and procedures. After closing for five weeks to move collections out of the historic building, the reading room will reopen to patrons although the walls and shelves will be bare.

AmeriCorps Summer Associates applications now being accepted

The Office of Student Engagement is now accepting applications for this year's AmeriCorps Summer Associate VISTAs.

Awards to recognize contributions to freshmen

The Outstanding Advocate for First-Year Students Award recognizes those who have made significant contributions to the academic and personal lives of first-year students. The award is made possible through donations to the University 101 Scholarship Family Fund account.

SG program collects professional attire for students

Carolina Closet is an exclusive professional attire rental program available to all UofSC students. Many students cannot afford professional garments for successful job and internship interviews and Carolina Closet gives them the opportunity to rent clothing for these purposes.

Nominate your supervisor for award

Student employees, both on and off-campus are encouraged to nominate their supervisors for Supervisor of the Year.

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Stories for Students

VIDEO: IBM, UofSC break ground on innovation center

VIDEO: IBM, UofSC break ground on innovation center

The University of South Carolina and IBM break ground for the new Center for Applied Innovation. The center will include IBM and Fluor Corp. as inaugural tenants and will provide application services to both public and private sector organizations across North America with specialties in data analytics and curriculum technology for higher education.

First Folio will put Shakespeare in spotlight

First Folio will put Shakespeare in spotlight

The foremost playwright in English history shuffled off this mortal coil nearly 400 years ago, but the first collection of his plays was not assembled and published until some years later. Now a copy of that book, Shakespeare's First Folio, will make its way around the U.S., including a stop at Carolina.

Leading from the front and the bench

Leading from the front and the bench

When you think of track stars as leaders, you typically think of them leading from the front with their followers trailing behind. But University of South Carolina sprinter Sanura Eley-O'Reilly knows a little about leading from the bench.

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