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Play it safe

In your residence hall or apartment, on campus, around town and at the game, it's important to watch our for your own safety and the well-being of others. Here are a few tips: 

 

William Shakespeare

Shakespeare by the numbers

“We know what we are,” Shakespeare once wrote, “but know not what we may be.” If only the old Bard could have sat in on “Mathematics for Shakespeare,” an Honors College course at the University of South Carolina. He would have learned how to take the full measure for measure of his own literary works, using statistical software and linear algebra to probe and pose questions about everything from his sonnets to soliloquies.

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Let's Get to Work

Check out this week's highlighted jobs, internships, co-ops and service opportunities from YOUR UofSC career finder, Handshake.

Jade Battiste

Graduate comes full circle, earning degree her father helped start

Jade Battiste is grateful for her parents’ patient support as she has traveled a nontraditional path to her bachelor’s degree. But she is especially grateful to her father, Luther Battiste, who helped create the African American Studies program at the University of South Carolina 50 years ago.

 

Announcements

Healthy Carolina to launch new resiliency series

Healthy Carolina is introducing a new opportunity called the Resiliency Project. The series will allow you to engage in interactive sessions to help increase your ability to bounce back and fail forward in response to life challenges.

Deadlines approaching for Leadership and Service Awards

The Leadership and Service Award recognize outstanding Gamecocks who exemplify leadership or community service. The deadline to nominate a student, organization, faculty or staff member for a Leadership and Service award is Feb. 12 at 4 p.m. and the deadline to apply for the awards is Feb. 19.

New year, new you?

Healthy Carolina's guide to reaching your health and wellness goals in the new year by crafting the right, smart goal.

Parking/transportation changes for spring 2020

The new Greene Street Bridge construction and more spring events at Founders Park change parking options available for South Carolina students, faculty and staff for the spring semester.

Postal Services sets 3 spring Passport Fairs

This spring, Postal Services will offer three passport fairs in its student mail center in the Russell House in January and February. Passport processing will be available from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Jan. 29, Feb. 7 and Feb. 21.

Swipe Out Hunger program assists students dealing with food insecurity

Student Government, in partnership with Aramark, launched Swipe Out Hunger to aid students dealing with food insecurity, which is the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.

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Student Events

Recovery Ally Training

Friday, Jan. 24, 2020

Location: Russell House University Union 348

Family and Friends Meeting

Friday, Jan. 24, 2020

Location: Golden Key Room

Intramural Sports Marketing

Friday, Jan. 24, 2020

Location: RHUU Greene Street Space 06

Outdoor Recreation Information Table

Friday, Jan. 24, 2020

Location: RHUU Greene Street Space 05

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Dates and Deadlines


Stories for Students

Students hanging out in the Golden Spur Game room. In the front of the photo several students are playing foosball and in the background there are students playing pool.

Ballin' on a budget

There is always something fun and more importantly free happening right on campus. Here’s a look at some entertaining activities and events that both you and your wallet will enjoy this semester.

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Collaboration in the classroom

Students who are taught by more than one teacher in the same classroom benefit from the differing teaching styles, added expertise and lower student-teacher ratios. But the first step is making sure the partners click, like education professor Christine Lotter and biology professor Bert Ely.

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