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Faculty Senate statement on Tree of Life Synagogue attack

At the latest Faculty Senate meeting, the Senate approved unanimously to issue an official statement condemning the horrific anti-Semitic attack on Pittsburgh's Tree of Life Synagogue.

New transportation options available on campus

Announcement on new carshare and bikeshare options on campus.

UofSC undergraduate research registry

All undergraduate students involved in research must register in UofSC's new research registry system to have their work recognized by the university.

UofSC recognized for international diversity efforts

The University of South Carolina was recognized by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) as one of the top institutions in the nation committed to providing global learning and study abroad opportunities to students from diverse backgrounds.

34th Annual Carolina-Clemson Blood Battle

In its 34th year, the University of South Carolina and Clemson University blood battle has returned to campus. Show that you bleed garnet and black by donating Nov. 12-16.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

Students constructing the Tiger Burn tiger.

Behind the burn

Tiger Burn is one of the university's most cherished traditions. During rivalry week, student and alumni alike gather to watch the event on Greene Street Intramural Fields. Hear from the engineering students behind-the-scenes that build the tiger everyone watches go up in flames.

Julius Fridriksson

Recovery starts here

South Carolina’s high stroke rate is not good news for the state, but it makes researcher Julius Fridriksson’s work particularly relevant.


A rare opportunity

Composer Nico Muhly is on campus this week for the world premiere of a new concerto and a residency with the School of Music. Muhly rarely does residencies in the United States, but he’s excited about working directly with music students at USC.

Deirdre Cooper Owens

Finding common ground

The Finding Common Ground series, presented by the UofSC’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, continues this fall with guest lecturer, Deirdre Cooper Owens, assistant professor of history at Queens College, CUNY, and author of Medical Bondage: Race, Gender, and the Origins of American Gynecology. Owens will lead the fifth forum in this series beginning at 6 p.m. on Nov. 19 in the Capstone Campus Room.

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