Melton Memorial Observatory was completed in 1928 and is one of the most architecturally distinct buildings on campus. On clear Monday nights, it is open to the public and the telescopes may be used free of charge or... Read More
Have you ever lived in McClintock, Sims or Wade Hampton? Share your photos and memories of these three buildings that make up the Women's Quad and you could be published in the May 9 issue of USC Times.
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The Ring Ceremony has become a milestone at the University of South Carolina, second only to commencement. At the very core of USC’s shared values is an intangible link between past and future. These shared values... Read More
She's held human skulls, located body parts, worked in morgues, autopsy labs and at crime scenes. But Brittany Walter's real curiousity is taking her far beyond the medical examiner's office to places like an early... Read More
Holiday cheer debuts on campus tonight, Tuesday, Nov. 27 at 6 p.m., with the 58th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony. Come join the USC community and enjoy the festivities, refreshments and carolers. Traditionally held on... Read More
One of the university’s oldest traditions, Tigerburn, is a fun event that springs from a very serious incident. It all began one year when the Carolina football team defeated a highly favored Clemson team 12-6. Be... Read More
The USC Horseshoe has been the heart and soul of the University of South Carolina since its earliest days. We all know this historic center dons the names of some of Carolina's greatest, but do you know the origin of... Read More