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“Rare film of first African-American pro-golfer sheds light on pre-Civil rights era”

(Feat. Greg Wilsbacher, Moving Images Research Collection) —South Carolina Public Radio

July 19, 2018

“Maximize international student services at U.S. Universities”

(Feat. Jody Pritt, international student services) —U.S. News and World Report

July 19, 2018

“If the 12 indicted Russians never face trial in the US, can anything be gained?"

(Feat. Joel Samuels, law) —San Francisco Chronicle via The Conversation

July 19, 2018

"Health risks of peeing in a pool”

(Feat. Susan Richardson, chemistry) —AccuWeather

July 19, 2018

“Coastal South Carolina restaurant owners pledged to eliminate plastic straws as part of Strawless Summer”

(Feat. Joe Jones, environmental health sciences and School of Earth, Ocean and Environment) —South Carolina Radio Network

July 18, 2018

“Could Chernobyl wolves be spreading mutations?”

(Feat. Timothy Mousseau, biological sciences) —National Geographic

July 18, 2018

“Pulled over in Florida? Don’t expect the same traffic stop every time”

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —WUFT (Gainesville, Florida)

July 18, 2018

“Plans unveiled for memorial at site of Charleston church massacre”

(Feat. UofSC alumnus) —Boston Globe

July 18, 2018

“How as small-time pitmaster turned a dying cuisine into the stuff of celebrity”

(Feat. USC Salkehatchie alumnus) —The Washington Post

July 17, 2018

“Friday the 13th: Object of fear for some, fun for others”

(Feat. Barry Markovsky, sociology) —South Carolina Public Radio

July 17, 2018

“Among the majestic trees in the Congaree”

(Feat. John Grego, statistics) —New York Times

July 17, 2018

“South Carolina colleges won’t stop diversity plans under new Trump directive”

(Feat. Eboni Nelson, law) —Post and Courier

July 17, 2018

"Does the Constitution Guarantee the Right to Literacy?”

(Feat. Derek Black, law) --NPR

July 12, 2018

“Aging South Carolina population creates opportunities, challenges”

(feat. Joseph Von Nessen, economics) —Charleston CEO

July 12, 2018

“University of South Carolina researchers crunch data to tackle real world problems”

(Feat. Ronda Hughes, nursing) —South Carolina Radio Network

July 12, 2018

“Former President Bill Clinton to speak at USC for invite-only event in August”

(Feat. Harris Pastides, president) —The State

July 12, 2018

“Flu virus is protected by mucus when airborne regardless of humidity”

(Feat. Eric Vejerano, public health) —Augusta (Virginia) Free Press

July 12, 2018

“Effects of environmental radiation on the bank vole”

(Feat. Timothy Mousseau, biology) —Nature ISME Journal

July 12, 2018

“15 signs you have an emotionally abusive mom, according to therapists”

(Feat. Deborah Cohen, USC Beaufort) —Romper

July 12, 2018

"Why most wheelchairs can’t climb stairs”

(Feat. Alison Marsh, history) —Fortune

July 10, 2018

“Veterans can get free legal help at University of South Carolina”

(Feat. Bennett Gore, law) —WSAV-TV (Savannah, Georgia)

July 10, 2018

“USC Sumter professor earns an innovation teaching grant"

(Feat. Dan Kiernan, USC Sumter) —Sumter Item

July 10, 2018

“Old racial restrictions shape neighborhoods in Upstate South Carolina”

(Feat. David Crockett, marketing) —Greenville News

July 10, 2018

“For many immigrant families, the fight for reunification is just beginning”

(Feat. Marcia Zug, law) —San Francisco Chronicle via The Conversation

June 27, 2018

“South Carolina’s poison center steps in as snake bites hit near-record pace”

(Feat. Jill Michels, pharmacy) —The Post and Courier

June 19, 2018

“John Shippen: the man who broke the color barrier at the 1896 U.S. Open”

(Feat. Libraries’ Moving Images Research Collection) —WACH-TV

June 19, 2018

“DuPont Planetarium wows with out-of-this-world exhibit”

(Feat. Gary Senn, USC Aiken) —Augusta Chronicle

June 19, 2018

"When it comes to AI, the world could use more philosophers”

(Feat. Justin Weinberg, philosophy) —Washington Post

June 13, 2018

"Why we’re not surprised by deadly police chase patterns”

(Feat. Geoffrey Alpert, criminal justice) —US News

June 13, 2018

"Will crowded SC Congress races leave voters making up their minds at the polls?"

(Feat. Todd Shaw, political science) —The State

June 12, 2018

“Keeping bacteria out of ocean near Myrtle Beach is an expensive, lengthy process”

(Feat. Erik Smith, Baruch Institute) —The Post and Courier

June 12, 2018

“Southeastern Piano Festival coming to Columbia”

(Feat. Joseph Rackers, music) —WACH-TV

June 12, 2018

“OPINION: Here’s a way to leave a legacy after you die”

(Feat. Shanna Williams, School of Medicine Greenville) —Greenville News

June 12, 2018

“University of South Carolina part of statewide effort to improve fitness among public school children”

(Feat. Russ Pate, public health) —South Carolina Radio Network

May 25, 2018

“ACHS history students visit archaeological dig in Appomattox”

(Feat. Kevin Fogle, anthropology) —The (Appomattox, Va.) Times Virginian

May 25, 2018

“Award-winning Proud Mary Theatre to present new LGBTQ-themed works”

(Feat. Barry Whitfield, USC Upstate) —Spartanburg Herald-Journal

May 25, 2018

“New U.S. Attorney for South Carolina unanimously confirmed by Senate”

(Feat. UofSC alumna) —The Post and Courier

May 24, 2018

"S.C. Governor Debate Republicans”

(Feat. Charles Bierbauer, College of Information and Communications) —WCBD-TV (Charleston)

May 24, 2018

“USC professor selected for Health Innovators Fellowship”

(Feat. Jennifer Trilk, School of Medicine Greenville) —Greenville Business

May 24, 2018

“Laurel or Yanny?” Why we hear and see things differently

(Feat. Amit Almor, psychology and linguistics) --WLTX

May 18, 2018

Tropical storms possible before official season

(Feat. Cary Mock, geography) --Picayune Item (Picayune, Mississippi)

May 18, 2018

“Chi Eta Phi sorority celebrates National Nurses Week”

(Feat. UofSC nursing chapter) —Carolina Panorama

May 18, 2018

“How the secrets of an antique trunk bonded four generations of mothers”

(Feat. Deborah Cohan, USC Beaufort) —NBC Today

May 15, 2018

“Finding retail’s bright spots ahead of earnings”

(Feat. Mark Rosenbaum, retailing) —Bloomberg TV

May 15, 2018

“‘Like’ if you support my divorce”

(Feat. Eva Buechel, marketing) —The Outline

May 15, 2018

“USC launches new nursing program with actors”

(Feat. Crystal Graham, nursing) —WIS-TV

May 14, 2018

Art exhibit triggers debate about whiteface, its history and artist's intent

(Feat. Marvin McAllister, English and African American studies) --The (Raleigh, N.C.) News & Observer

May 14, 2018

Arts and humanities: McKissick Museum hosts arts and crafts exhibition

(Feat. McKissick Museum) --The Aiken Standard

May 14, 2018

“Major bill would fund South Carolina higher education”

(Feat. Harris Pastides, president) —Seattle Times via the Associated Press

May 14, 2018

“New USC initiatives hope to aid the teacher shortage, bring minorities into classrooms”

(Feat. Jennifer Clyburn-Reed, education) —WOLO-TV

May 11, 2018

“Lawsuits allege misuse of Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office K-9”

(Feat. Michele Covington, criminal justice, USC Upstate) —Spartanburg Herald Journal

May 11, 2018

“CU Boulder names new University Libraries dean”

(Feat. UofSC alumnus) —Colorado Daily News

May 11, 2018

“Salkehatchie graduates to start ‘new adventure’”

(Feat. Harris Pastides, president & Miles Loadholdt, board of trustees) —Augusta Chronicle

May 10, 2018

“‘There is a pending crisis’: How will S.C. keep its teachers?”

(Feat. Nicole Skeen, education —WACH-TV

May 10, 2018

“An uplifting science lesson”

(Feat. April Hiscox, geography) —WLTX-TV

May 10, 2018

How one early 20th-century performer defanged her fat-shamers

(Feat. Lauren Rebecca Sklaroff, history) --The Connecticut Post via The Conversation

May 10, 2018

“‘I knew that’s what caused my cancer’: Why baby powder could be a threat to women”

(Feat. Anthony Alberg, public health) —Post and Courier

May 9, 2018

“This semester’s college graduates have strong job prospects in S.C.”

(Feat. Tom Halasz, USC Career Center) —South Carolina Radio Network

May 9, 2018

"Some driverless carmakers reluctant to reveal failings”

(Feat. Bryant Walker Smith, law) —Detroit News

May 9, 2018

“USC Symphony closes season on a high note”

(Feat. Scott Weiss, music) —Free Times

May 8, 2018

“USC’s Lattimore, others highlight Wilder’s state testing pep rally”

(Feat. Marcus Lattimore, athletics) —The Sumter Item

May 8, 2018

“USCB graduates class of 2018”

—Bluffton Today

May 8, 2018

“Philosophers don’t think much of Kanye West’s philosophy”

(Feat. Justin Weinberg, philosophy) —Quartz

May 8, 2018

“Idea worth spreading: Local TED talk coming to USC in October”

(Feat. Wes Hickman, communications and public affairs) —The State

May 7, 2018

“SC schools begin standardized testing”

(Feat. James Kirylo, education) —WIS-TV

May 7, 2018

"Brain chemistry hints inflammation is why antidepressants often don’t work"

(Feat. Parastoo Hashemi, chemisty and biochemistry) --Chemistry World

May 7, 2018

“Dr. Hine’s history of S.C. State is ‘extraordinary’ book”

(Feat. Bobby Donaldson & Valinda Littlefield, history & African American studies) —The (Orangeburg) Times and Democrat

May 7, 2018

“CU Boulder names new University Libraries dean”

(Feat. UofSC alumnus) —Colorado Daily News

May 4, 2018

"Automation is growing, and altering South Carolina’s job market”

(Feat. Dean Peter Brews, Moore School) —South Carolina Public Radio

May 4, 2018

“New historic sign preserves the past of displaced SRS town Dunbarton”

(Feat. George Wingard, archeology and anthropology) —Aiken Standard

May 4, 2018

"New York bans NRA insurance program and fines broker”

(Feat. Robert Hartwig, finance) --Wall Street Journal

May 3, 2018

“ ‘Love endures’: Midlands family battles ‘public health crisis’ ”

(Feat. Mindi Spencer and Maggi Miller, public health) —WACH Fox

May 3, 2018

“‘Negative effects of Chernobyl and Fukushima are striking’- professor”

(Feat. Anders Moller, biological sciences) —Sputnik News

May 2, 2018

“Break out your best Wakanda-inspired outfit for this ‘Black Panther’- themed event”

(Feat. Qiana Whitted, African American Studies and English) —The State

May 2, 2018

“Family of slain Savannah man demand release of police video”

(Feat. Geoff Alpert, criminology and criminal justice) —Atlanta Journal-Constitution

May 1, 2018

“S.C. federal prosecutor picked for appellate court slot”

(Feat. UofSC law alumnus) —Washington Post

May 1, 2018

“Chernobyl’s mutated species may help protect astronauts”

(Feat. Timothy Mousseau, biological sciences) —National Geographic

May 1, 2018

“The Arizona teacher walkouts are just a skirmish in the larger war on public education”

(Op-ed by Derek Black, law) —Los Angeles Times

April 30, 2018

“Charleston’s income inequality gap is growing nearly as fast as Seattle’s”

(Feat. Kirk Foster, social work) —Post and Courier

April 30, 2018

“Breathe Easier: These lung cancer survivors have found a way to breathe again”

(Feat. Karen McDonnell, nursing) —WIS-TV

April 30, 2018

“Russians want to hack your election? Call out the National Guard”

(Feat. Duncan Buell, computer science) —Bloomberg News

April 27, 2018

"Courts give police officers too much leeway to shoot”

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) --Arizona Daily Star

April 27, 2018

“Mount Franklin gives candy a high-tech swirl”

(Feat. Caroline Dunn, public health) —Columbia Business Monthly

April 27, 2018

“The Fighting has begun over who owns land drowned by climate change”

(Feat. Josh Eagle, law) —Bloomberg

April 26, 2018

"Columbia’s first-ever Poet Laureate Ed Madden is busy making poetry a public art"

(Feat. Ed Madden, English and Women’s and Gender Studies) —The Free Times

April 26, 2018

“University professors to talk politics, contemporary issues”

(Feat. Charles Bierbauer, journalism) —(Greenwood, SC) Index-Journal

April 25, 2018

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