What started as a silly idea between two good friends, turned into a character that has been famous on the University of South Carolina Columbia campus for more than 10 years: Boombox Guy.
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UofSC feedback needed on city's pedestrian and bicycle master plan by Feb. 6 The University of South Carolina has made tremendous strides in creating a campus that supports and encourages walking and bicycling.
Winter is here and while we do not expect any deviation from our normal campus operations in the immediate future, the return to campus this semester is a good time to remind the Carolina Family of the following regarding weather related delays and closings:
Find new ways to have heart healthier habits at Our Heart Has No Limits with interactive exercise demonstrations, health screenings, free giveaways and deliciously healthy food samples, plus register to be a part of Team UofSC at the AHA Heart Walk.
Join Outdoor Recreation on the annual ski trip to Sugar Mountain in Banner Elk, North Carolina. Participants have the option of skiing or snowboarding.
The First-Year Reading Experience common read committee has chosen Where'd You Go Bernadette? for the 2015 First-Year Reading Experience.
A virtual run is a race that can be ran at any location at any time of day and can be walked, ran outside or even completed on a treadmill. Each registration fee will go directly to Palmetto Health Children's Hospital in Columbia, South Carolina.
The Student Success Center invites faculty and teaching assistants teaching core first and second-year courses to participate in Success Connect, an early intervention initiative.
Dr. Helga Rippen brings a wealth of experience in using technology to improve health care to the new position of president and chief executive officer of Health Sciences South Carolina. Health Sciences is the nation's first statewide health care research collaborative made up of health systems, research universities and medical schools.
After finishing a final exam, more than a few students might want to send it hurtling away at a few hundred miles an hour. In master teacher Ed Donovan's classes, they get to do just that, but by no means out of frustration. Donovan has found that a final exam assignment to build and launch a model rocket is a sure-fire way to get students excited about everything from hands-on craftwork to trigonometry to Newton's Three Laws of Motion.