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"Greenville Muslim youth group answers religious calling during coronavirus outbreak"

(feat. Sameer Ebrahim, student) —USA Today (via Greenville News)

March 25, 2020

"Coronavirus how-to: How do I clean and disinfect properly?"

(feat. Joseph Horvath, Medical School Columbia) —Portland Press Herald

March 23, 2020

"Don't blame China. The next pandemic could come from anywhere"

(feat. Melissa Nolan, epidemiology and biostatistics) —Time

March 19, 2020

"Charleston-area gathering restrictions infringe on, but don’t violate, First Amendment"

(feat. Derek Black, law) —The Post and Courier

March 19, 2020

"Coronavirus will change how we shop, travel and work for years"

(feat. Michael Murphree, international business) —Bloomberg

March 17, 2020

"A typically noisy sports month is silenced by coronavirus cancellations"

(feat. Nick Watanabe, sport and entertainment management) —The Washington Post

March 17, 2020

"UofSC Social Media Insights team examines COVID-19 online commentary"

(feat. Kaitlyn Park, Social Media Insights Lab) —WIS

March 13, 2020

"SC lawmakers consider measure to end shackling pregnant inmates"

(feat. James Cook, medicine) —The Post and Courier

March 11, 2020

"UofSC engineering pioneer recognized by national academy"

(feat. Michael Sutton, mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering) —Science Magazine

March 11, 2020

"After 50 years, SC white supremacist school bus riot still haunts survivors"

(feat. Bobby Donaldson, Center for Civil Rights and Research) —The State

March 10, 2020

"America’s postwar fling with romance comics"

(featuring Gary Lee Watson Comic Books Collection) —Houston Chronicle (via The Conversation)

March 6, 2020

"A red flag for upcoming elections: South Carolina debut's of new voting system plagued by problems"

(feat. Duncan Buell, computer science and engineering) —Salon

March 6, 2020

"College voters weigh in on how social media impacts their primary vote"

(feat. Brendan Lee, student; Kait Park, Social Media Insights Lab) —WOLO

March 5, 2020

"Biden's lifelong presidential dream 'very much alive' after big win in South Carolina"

(feat. Todd Shaw, political science) —Canadian Broadcasting Corp.

March 5, 2020

“Inside Pete Buttigieg’s last-ditch effort to win black voters in South Carolina”

(Feat. Todd Shaw, political science) —Los Angeles Times

March 3, 2020

“South Carolina primary voters will use brand new machines”

(Feat. Duncan Buell, computer science and engineering) —NPR

March 3, 2020

"What does being a black voter mean to you today?"

(Feat. Jahleel Johnson, Michael Parker, Adia Caldwell, Janel Moore, students) —HuffPost

March 3, 2020

“Who won the South Carolina primary in past elections and what it means for 2020”

(Feat. Robert Oldendick, political science) —Newsweek

March 3, 2020

"Battle of Iwo Jima captured on film"

(Feat. Greg Wilsbacher, libraries) —CBS News

February 20, 2020

"These famous faces in Hollywood have roots in the Lowcountry and South Carolina"

(Feat. Mike Colter, alumnus) —WCSC (Charleston)

February 20, 2020

"Endorsements a historic part of political process"

(Feat. Robert Oldendick, political science) —SC Public Radio

February 19, 2020

"Historic Iwo Jima footage shows individual Marines amid the larger battle"

(Feat. Greg Wilsbacher, libraries) —San Francisco Chronicle (via The Conversation)

February 19, 2020

"This USC senior wants to bring back the yearbook. But she’s running out of time"

(Feat. Samantha Petrelli, student) —The State

February 19, 2020

"Lack of coronavirus info 'problematic': China reporting methods under scrutiny as US cases hit 15"

(Feat. Melissa Nolan, epidemiology and biostatistics) —USA Today

February 18, 2020

"The massive search for Faye Swetlik ends near where it began — steps from her home"

(Feat. Social Media Insights Lab) —Greenville News

February 18, 2020

"A punk rock kid designed Columbia’s new flag. Here’s when it will fly at City Hall"

(Feat. Nate Puza, alumnus) —The State

February 18, 2020

"SC 2020 Democratic primary storylines for Biden, Sanders, Steyer — and Bloomberg"

(Feat. Todd Shaw, political science) —The Post and Courier

February 18, 2020

"In the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, some animals are thriving"

(Feat. Timothy Mousseau, biological sciences) —The Hill

February 11, 2020

"GOP-friendly South Carolina is a key state for Democratic presidential hopefuls"

(Feat. Charles Bierbauer, journalism and mass communications) —Spartanburg Herald (via Greenville News)

February 11, 2020

"Feds OK a low-speed driverless vehicle without rear-view mirrors, windshield wipers"

(Feat. Bryant Walker Smith, law) —USA Today (via AP)

February 11, 2020

“Iowa’s Caucus night ends with no results, what does that mean for SC voters?”

(Feat. Bob Oldendick, political science) —WISTV

February 4, 2020

"A USC alumnus was featured in a Super Bowl tribute. Who is he?"

(Feat. Kyle Carpenter, alumnus) —The State

February 4, 2020

“Dr. Rich Harrill of the University of South Carolina, Medical Tourism”

(Feat. Rich Harrill, hotel, restaurant and tourism management) —Charleston CEO

February 4, 2020

"Comic book power couple draws hundreds to University of South Carolina library"

(Feat. University Libraries) —WLTX

January 29, 2020

“University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville named Apple Distinguished School for 2019-2022”

(Feat. Angela Sharkey and Dan Garwood, School of Medicine, Greenville) —Greenville Business Magazine

January 29, 2020

"Voter registration deadline for Democratic primary is Thursday"

(Feat. Social Media Insights Lab) —WLTX

January 29, 2020

“Cops are swarming to TikTok to try to destigmatize law enforcement”

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —Medium

January 29, 2020

“US births lowest in 3 decades despite improving economy”

(Feat. Caroline Sten Hartnett, Sociology) —WISH (Indianapolis)

January 28, 2020

"Labor shortage could be a drag on SC home sales in 2020"

(Feat. Joey Von Nesson, economics) —The Post and Courier

January 28, 2020

"Opinion: Atlanta cops won’t chase bad guys. What does that mean?”

(Feat. Geoffrey Alpert, criminology) —The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

January 28, 2020

"Defying gravity: How succeeding with events like Wicked opens up new possibilities for Columbia venues"

(Feat. Chip Wade and Nate Terrace, Koger Center; Sid Kenyon, Colonial Life Arena) —Free Times

January 23, 2020

"USC debuts new 'library of the future'"

(Feat. Luke Rankin, student; Tom McNally, libraries; President Bob Caslen) —WLTX

January 23, 2020

“China Coronavirus is spreading — what precautions is the U.S. taking and is there a vaccine?"

(Feat. Melissa Nolan, epidemiology and biostatistics) —Newsweek

January 23, 2020

"SC manufacturing group will focus on tax reform as US plant investment slows"

(Feat. Doug Woodward, Moore School) —The Post and Courier

January 23, 2020

"Black democrats hold sway in SC presidential primary"

(Feat. Todd Shaw, political science) —Voice of America

January 21, 2020

"Can neurogastronomy save the world?"

(Feat. David Shields, English) —Alive

January 21, 2020

"Climate change may be why birds are migrating earlier across the United States"

(Feat. Nathan Seiner, biological sciences) —Agri News Net

January 21, 2020

”25 years ago, BMW opened shop in South Carolina. The economy shifted into overdrive”

(Feat. Doug Woodward, economics) —Headtopics.com

January 21, 2020

"South Carolina has a slew of outdated laws, and they’re not going anywhere"

(Feat. Lewis Burke, law) —The Post and Courier

January 16, 2020

"Some N.C. elections officials anxious over software upgrade"

(Feat. Duncan Buell, computer science and engineering) —Carolina Journal

January 16, 2020

"Cybersecurity presents serious, potentially expensive business issue"

(Feat. Karen Painter Randall, law) —SC Biz News

January 16, 2020

"HR expertise at the very top: Does it matter?"

(Feat. Patrick Wright, management) —HR Magazine

January 16, 2020

“New federal law raises tobacco purchasing age”

(feat. Anthony Alberg, public health) —ABC Columbia

January 3, 2020

“Inside the new social media lab monitoring South Carolina’s feelings about 2020 politics”

(feat. Kaitlyn Park, College of Information and Communications) —Post and Courier

January 3, 2020

“Uncertainty may be the new normal, but the 2020 economy is thriving”

(feat. Joey Von Nessen, economics) --Greenville Business Magazine

January 3, 2020

"Mexican Mennonites combat fears of violence with a new Christmas tradition"

(Feat. Rebecca Janzen, languages, literatures and cultures) —San Antonio Express-News (via The Conversation)

December 13, 2019

“People in the U.S. are buying fish antibiotics online and taking them themselves”

(Feat. Brandon Bookstaver, pharmacy) —Newsweek

December 13, 2019

"Quality and service keep Big John’s Christmas Trees going after 70 years"

(Feat. Lucas Livaditis, student) —Marietta Daily Journal

December 13, 2019

"Botched Houston drug raid was not the first"

(Feat. Geoffrey Alpert, criminology) —Houston Chronicle

December 13, 2019

"Students press unusual argument in court: a constitutional right to civics"

(Feat. Derek Black, law) —Wall Street Journal

December 12, 2019

"Charleston students bring violent neighborhood trauma into class. New mental health support could help"

(Feat. Patrice Penney, social work) —The Post and Courier

December 12, 2019

“Teacher induction program in SC continues success, looks to continue growth”

(Feat. Thomas Hodges, education) —WIS

December 12, 2019

"Creating and publicizing a diversity plan"

(Feat. Shirley Staples-Carter, journalism and mass communications) —Inside Higher Ed

December 12, 2019

“Four died in a shootout with police after a UPS truck was hijacked. Could it have been avoided?”

(Feat. Geoffrey Alpert, criminology) —The Washington Post

December 11, 2019

"Rural children experiencing higher mortality rates"

(Feat. Janice Probst, health services policy and management) —drugs.com

December 11, 2019

"Remembering the Queen of Soul"

(Feat Birgitta Johnson, music) —BYU Radio

December 11, 2019

"Study finds survival rate for lung cancer in SC among lowest in country"

(Feat. Jan Eberth, epidemiology and biostatics) —WACH

December 11, 2019

"Trump made 96 false claims over the last two weeks"

(Feat. Bryant Walker Smith, law) —CNN

December 10, 2019

"Flu shots help South Carolinians have a healthier winter"

(Feat. Megan Cain, nursing) —SC Public Radio

December 10, 2019

“A rocky road for relationships, situationships and ghosting”

(Feat. Jennifer Augustine, sociology;  Maeve Pioli, student) —WACH

December 10, 2019

"This judge is married to the sheriff. Ethics complaints have piled up."

(Feat. Gregory Adams, law) —ProPublica (via The Post and Courier)

December 6, 2019

"Shelves emptying as Kmart has last Black Friday in SC, closes for good"

(Feat. Jeff Campbell, retailing) —The Post and Courier

December 6, 2019

"The skinny on weight-loss apps"

(Feat. Christine Pelligrini, exercise science) —AARP

December 6, 2019

"Long wait times in ERs drive up costs, signal health care distress"

(Feat. Lindsey Woodworth, economics) —The Palm Beach Post (via The Conversation)

December 6, 2019

"Floods could be leaking pollution from Superfund sites in Charleston area"

(Feat. Kirstin Dow, geography) —The Post and Courier

November 27, 2019

"Caribbean excavation offers intimate look at the lives of enslaved Africans"

(Feat. Kenneth Kelly, anthropology) —Science Magazine

November 27, 2019

"30 years of moving atoms: How scanning probe microscopes revolutionized nanoscience"

(Feat. Christopher P. Toumey, environmental health sciences) —Chemical & Engineering News

November 27, 2019

"Media literacy in an age of fake news"

(Feat. Nicole Cooke, library and information science) —American Libraries Magazine

November 26, 2019

"Proposed teacher pay increase would raise lowest salary in multiple Midlands districts"

(Feat. Thomas Hodges, education) —WLTX

November 26, 2019

"Since 2000, nearly half of more than 700 SC officials accused of misconduct not convicted"

(Feat. Lewis Burke, law) —The Post and Courier

November 26, 2019

“Trump’s war on expertise is only intensifying”

(Feat. Dan Carter, history) —The Atlantic

November 22, 2019

“New collaboration aims to enhance Midlands student success”

(Feat. Barnett Berry, education) —WLTX

November 22, 2019

“Kamala Harris’s decline in the polls, explained”

(Feat. Robert Odendick, political science) —Vox

November 22, 2019

"The AI revolution is here"

(Feat. Amit Sheth, ) —The Morning Consult

November 22, 2019

"Commentary: No more education reform. It’s time to transform communities"

(Feat. Jon Pederson, education) —The Post and Courier

November 19, 2019

"What to watch for in the next DNC debate"

(Feat. Todd Shaw, political science) —Minnesota Public Radio

November 19, 2019

"Mormons in Mexico: A brief history of polygamy, cartel violence and faith"

(Feat. Rebecca Janzen, language, literature and cultures) —Univision (via The Conversation)

November 19, 2019

"As the coal industry shrinks, miners deserve a just transition – here's what it should include"

(Feat. Ann Eisenberg, law) —Houston Chronicle (via The Conversation)

November 19, 2019

"New paper details how Pittsburgh is no longer a post-industrial city"

(Feat. Colby King, USC Upstate) —Pittsburgh City Paper

November 18, 2019

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