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Announcements

Apply for Order of Omega

Order of Omega, the premier Greek leadership honor society at UofSC, is now accepting new members.

Apply for Noyce Scholarship

Juniors and seniors majoring in math and/or science are eligible to apply for the Noyce Scholarship. Applications are due April 6.

Rule of Law partners with Ukraine

The Rule of Law Collaborative at the University of South Carolina is increasing its international impact thanks to a new partnership with the lawyers and judges in the Ukraine.

Apply for graduation

Seniors who are planning to graduate in Spring 2018 are reminded that graduation applications are due Feb. 14.

Vote for the 2018 Homecoming theme

Students, faculty and staff, and alumni are invited to vote on the 2018 Homecoming theme.

RSVP for CreedX

CreedX, an annual event that brings students, faculty and staff together to celebrate the Carolinian Creed, will be held at 12 p.m. on March 28.

Register for Service Saturday

Registration for the February 17 Service Saturday is open now.

Carolina Ring Week

My Carolina Alumni Association and Balfour will be on campus Feb. 13-16 for students to purchase their official Carolina ring.

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Student Events

Visit Abby the ArchaeoBus at USC

Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018

Strings in Sihouette Concert

Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018

Location: School of Music 206

University Bands Concert

Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018

Location: See Description for Event Location.

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Stories for Students

kathryn luchok

Sticky messages

Kathryn Luchok and Linda Robinson are teaching Midlands foster teens the facts of life with messages they hope will stick.

Sydney Bernhardt

Rising Star

Freshman retailing major Sydney Bernhardt visited New York City for the National Retail Federation Student Convention, thanks in part to winning a Rising Star Scholarship from the organization.

Richard T. Greener

Larger than life

Richard T. Greener’s larger-than-life story is one of academic achievement, professional success and civic service, played out mostly in the tumultuous years after the Civil War. It’s a story of firsts — in addition to being USC’s first black professor, Greener was also Harvard’s first black graduate and America’s first black diplomat to a country of white citizenry.

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