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
The feel of the ball as it leaves her hands, the familiar spin of its flight and the swish as it goes through the net have been a part of Shelbretta “Brett” Ball’s life since she was five. But even before she... Read More
Cocky's Reading Express is hitting the road for the holidays. As part of the Outback Bowl parade on New Year's Eve and a visit to the library, University of South Carolina student volunteers, staff members and Cocky... Read More
University of South Carolina commencement traditions have come and gone over the years — with the tradition of commencement on the Horseshoe ending in 1969 upon the opening of the Coliseum, then relocating to... 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
From the first step I took, I felt the immense Gamecock spirit that radiated from campus. Not long after I made my decision to attend USC, I saw the same Gamecock spirit in my home state of North Carolina –... Read More