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Get out and about right here on campus

With fewer classes on campus over the summer, faculty and staff can keep active and enjoy the many benefits offered by the university. Faculty, staff and their “plus-ones” can participate in these activities with a valid Carolina Card.

High school commencements begin at Colonial Life Arena

It’s high school graduation season once again and University of South Carolina students, faculty and staff should prepare for heavier than normal traffic near the Colonial Life Arena.

2016 faculty award winners

University of South Carolina faculty members are internationally recognized for their teaching and research, but sometimes it’s the accolades that come from those who know you best that mean the most. Twenty five faculty members were honored this year with awards.

Devine Street pedestrian traffic

The city of Columbia has closed a portion of Devine Street from the railroad to Pulaski Street because of construction at the Palmetto Compress site.

Evening shuttle to run during summer sessions

The Hot Spots Evening Route will run Monday through Friday from 6 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. during summer sessions.

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Stories for Students


Remaking music education

Today's musicians graduate into a world where they often need to cobble together their careers piece by piece — and that means they need more than just musical training. What exactly that training should be will be the focus of a major summit at the School of Music this week.

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Better leadership through chemistry

Dan Reger, a distinguished professor emeritus in the University of South Carolina’s department of chemistry and biochemistry who won a 2016 Breakthrough Leadership Award, says he has learned through his long career that leadership in more than a buzzword.

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