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“Momentum building for teachers raises, but other changes needed”

(Feat. Jon Pedersen, education) — Post and Courier

January 17, 2019

“The bold robocar roaming Las Vegas without a human backup”

(Feat. Bryant Walker Smith, law) — WIRED

January 17, 2019

“NCAA tourney to bring thousands of fans, millions of dollars to the state”

(Feat. Tom Regan, sport and entertainment management) — Metro Columbia CEO

January 17, 2019

“Diseases from the sea being studied by three South Carolina colleges”

(Feat. Geoff Scott, environmental health sciences) — Post and Courier

January 17, 2019

“Aerospace continues to be the state’s economic rock star”

(Feat. Joey Von Nessen, economics) —Greenville Business Magazine

January 16, 2019

“Stand your ground Castle Doctrine likely in Chester home invasion killing, experts say”

(Feat. Kenneth Gaines, law) —The Rock Hill Herald

January 16, 2019

“Woman suspected of stealing $18 worth of meat killed in resulting high-speed chase”

(Feat. Geoff Alpert, criminology) —The Cincinnati Enquirer

January 16, 2019

“How a luckily timed bathroom break saved LBJ’s life during WWII”

(Feat. Kent Germany, history) —The History Channel

January 16, 2019

“Complaints of LA teachers echo demands from other walkouts”

(Feat. Derek Black, law) —Washington Post via The Associated Press

January 15, 2019

“SC GOP Senate President wants a top Democratic lawmakers to be USC’s next president”

(Feat. Hugh Mobley, board of trustees and Wes Hickman, communications and public affairs) —The State

January 15, 2019

“How often do SC’s voting machines mess up? New election report details count problem”

(Feat. Duncan Buell, computer science) —The Charlotte Observer

January 15, 2019

“From slavery to civil rights and environmental racism”

(Feat. Deborah Cohan, USC Beaufort) —The Milwaukee (Wisconsin) Courier

January 15, 2019

“Looking back, then forward to work ‘for the people’ ”

(Feat. Rose Buyck Newton, board of trustees and Paula Harper Bethea, university advancement) —The Bluffton Sun

January 14, 2019

“McKissick exhibit delves into the thorny history of cotton”

(Feat. Kate Crosby, museum curator) —Free Times

January 14, 2019

“‘Rain Poetry’ appears on South Carolina’s city’s sidewalks”

(Feat. Ed Madden, English) —Spartanburg Herald Journal

January 14, 2019

“3-hour documentary on ambush made by deputies, not reporters”

(Feat. Kevin Hull, journalism) —San Francisco Chronicle via The Associated Press

January 14, 2019

“Oxford students want world’s top natural law scholar fired for being Catholic”

(Feat. Justin Weinberg, philosophy) —The Federalist

January 11, 2019

“Knock Knock. Who’s there? Kids. Kids who? Kids tell terrible jokes”

(Feat. Stanley Dubinsky, English) —The Atlantic

January 11, 2019

“Pedestrians and e-scooters are clashing in the struggle for sidewalk space”

(Feat. Bryant Walker Smith, law) —The Washington Post

January 11, 2019

“Three musical theater writers receive $100,000 Kleban Prizes”

(Feat. UofSC alumna) —The New York Times

January 10, 2019

“After VC Summer, what’s in South Carolina’s energy future?”

(Feat. Travis Knight, engineering) —Free Times

January 10, 2019

“South Carolina football begins new era with opening of $50M operations center”

(Feat. Will Muschamp, athletics) —The Post and Courier

January 10, 2019

“Market bubbles and sonic attacks: Mass hysterias will never go away”

(Feat. Barry Markovsky, sociology) — STL News (via The Conversation)

January 9, 2019

“Acquisition global viewpoint — January 2019: Thoughts on non-professional news photography”

(Feat. Tara Mortensen research, journalism and mass communications) — The Broadcast Bridge

January 9, 2019

“How the government shutdown is affecting Congaree National Park”

(Feat. John Kupfer, geography) —WACH TV

January 9, 2019

“How childbearing varies across US women in 3 charts”

(Feat. Caroline Hartnett, sociology) —San Francisco Chronicle via The Conversation

January 8, 2019

“Why South Carolina is again ranked one of the worst states to raise a family”

(Feat. Jan Probst, public health) —Greenville News

January 8, 2019

“Seeking charges for crime ‘witnessed’ via social media posting”

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —Washington Post

January 7, 2019

“Congaree National Park affected by government shutdown”

(Feat. John Kupfer, geography) —WLTX-TV

January 7, 2019

“Panthers expected to follow familiar playbook for incentives over NC or SC expansion”

(Feat. Tom Regan, sport management) —Charlotte Observer

January 7, 2019

“A revolution in time”

(Feat. Mark Smith, history) —Trend & Tradition Magazine (Williamsburg, Virginia)

January 4, 2019

“Missed opportunities to prescribe PrEP highlight the need to ask the right questions”

(Feat. Sharon Weissman, medicine) —Contagion Live

January 4, 2019

“Government shutdown could affect income tax filing season”

(Feat. Donna Bobek Schmitt, accounting) —South Carolina Radio Network

January 4, 2019

“UH makes another power move with hiring Dan Holgorsen”

(Feat. Mark Nagel, sport and entertainment management) —The Houston Chronicle

January 4, 2019

“Positive for innovation, SC inventors are awarded more patents”

(Feat. Chad Hardaway, technology commercialization) —The Post and Courier

January 3, 2019

“He runs one amateur football game per year. He makes more than $1 million”

(Feat. Richard Southall, sport management) —The Washington Post

January 3, 2019

“When the Jamestown Colony placed ads to attract brides”

(Feat. Marcia Yablon-Zug, law) —The History Channel

January 3, 2019

“USC’s challenges, climate, and future”

(Feat. Harris Pastides, president) —Columbia Metropolitan Magazine

January 2, 2019

“New grant will put massive historic natural history collection online”

(Feat. Christian Cicimurri, McKissick Museum) —South Carolina Radio Network

January 2, 2019

“Grandparents raising grandkids say they need more help from Washington state”

(Feat. Suzanne Sutphin, social work) —Seattle Times

January 2, 2019

“Gov. Henry McMaster appoints new officials to oversee USC, higher ed agency”

(Feat. Dick Jones & Dan Adams, board of trustees) —The State

January 2, 2019

“The real story behind Roald Dahl’s character Charlie in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”

(Feat. Catherine Keyser, English) —MamaMia (Australia)

December 21, 2018

“What the Republican tax bill did—and didn’t do, one year later”

(Feat. Edward Kleinbard, law) —VOX

December 20, 2018

“SC ‘children lose’ in the classroom, teachers say. Here’s what they would change”

(Feat. Tommy Hodges, education) —The State

December 19, 2018

“NFL’s first in-house therapist tackles mental health stigma in pro football”

(Feat. UofSC alumna) —Real Clear Life

December 18, 2018

“Drug test results ‘should not dictate treatment’”

(Feat. Dr. Rebecca Payne, medicine) —The Hospitalist

December 17, 2018

“UofSC library shows off Green Book and related materials”

(Feat. Graham Duncan, university libraries) —South Carolina Radio Network

December 17, 2018

“Bringing a community, and country, together through art”

(Feat. Nikky Finney, English) —Conscious Company Media

December 17, 2018

“Death by a thousand cuts: Fountain Inn blade maker struggles under steel tariffs”

(Feat. William Hauk, economics) —Greenville News

December 14, 2018

“This black children’s magazine started nearly 100 years ago”

(Feat. Diane Johnson-Feelings, English) —OZY

December 14, 2018

“Fatsia Evergreen a favorite nectar producer for wasps”

(Feat. John Nelson, biology) —Tallahassee Democrat

December 13, 2018

“A recent study says more nurses earning bachelor degrees”

(Feat. Ronda Hughes, nursing) —WLTX TV

December 13, 2018

“What we can learn from Sylvia Plath’s copy of ‘The Great Gatbsy’”

(Feat. Jeanne Britton, English and university libraries) —WTOP-FM via The Conversation

December 12, 2018

“Walker Percy’s faith and crisis of self-knowledge”

(Feat. Jennifer Frey, philosophy) —The Long Room

December 12, 2018

“111th District Kansas House race contested; voters ask expert review of iVotronic machine data”

(Feat. Duncan Buell, computer science) —The Topeka Capital-Journal

December 12, 2018

“Pastides: Here’s a game-changer on state tuition”

—Spartanburg Herald-Journal

December 11, 2018

“Setting the table for Virginia Ham”

(Feat. David Shields, English) —Daily (Newport News, Virginia) Press

December 11, 2018

“Fight for federal right to education takes a new turn

(Feat. Derek Black, law) —WTOP (Washington, DC) via The Conversation

December 10, 2018

“UofSC economists: tariffs to tug at SC economic growth in 2019”

(Feat. Doug Woodward & Joseph Von Nessen, economics) —Metro Columbia CEO

December 7, 2018

“The economy is thriving, but workers are not— yet”

(Feat. Harris Pastides, president) —The Hill

December 6, 2018

“Economists: Trumps tariffs hurt automakers, slow SC growth”

(Feat. Doug Woodward and Joseph Von Nessen, economics) —U.S. News & World Report via the Associated Press

December 5, 2018

“Literary classic ‘Frankenstein’ turns 200”

(Feat. Paula Feldman, English) —South Carolina Public Radio

December 5, 2018

“Which new schools will be built first, and how does it impact Horry County taxpayers?”

(Feat. Sandra Lindsay, education) —Myrtle Beach Sun Times

December 5, 2018

“We broke down what climate change will do, region by region”

(Feat. Kirstin Dow, geography) — Grist

December 3, 2018

“This week in Comcast: Will the Tiger v. Phil pay-per-view fiasco come at a cost?”

(Feat. Nick Watanabe, sport and entertainment management) —Philadelphia Business Journal

December 3, 2018

“The scallop with space-age eyes—hundreds of them”

(Feat. Daniel Speiser, biology) —News Today (Dhaka, Bangladesh)

December 3, 2018

“Turner Sports joins others, announces customer refunds after ‘The Match’ streamed for free”

(Feat. Nicholas Watanabe, sport and entertainment management) — USA Today

November 27, 2018

“What year is it? Two-thousand eighteen? Twenty-eighteen? Does it matter?”

(Feat. Doug Fisher, journalism) — South Carolina Public Radio

November 27, 2018

"Texans owner Bob McNair was a man of conviction”

(Feat. UofSC alumnus) — Houston Chronicle

November 27, 2018

“Mesa officers rarely disciplined in excessive-force investigations, police data shows”

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —The (Phoenix) Arizona Republic

November 27, 2018

“Migrant kids survive hardship to reunite with parents. Then what?”

(Feat. Benjamin Roth, social work) — NPR

November 21, 2018

“Graham likely to lead Senate judiciary committee”

(Feat. Robert Cox, political science) — Washington Times

November 21, 2018

“M&A deal aims to fast-track ‘structural changes’ at NASCAR”

(Feat. Tom Regan research, sport and entertainment) — Post and Courier

November 21, 2018

“Twin tragedies in California”

(Feat. Susan Cutter, geography) —The Daily Star (Bangladesh)

November 21, 2018

“How South Carolina’s ‘minimally adequate’ education system fails too many students"

(Feat. Jon Pedersen, education dean and Jon Hale, education) —The Post and Courier

November 16, 2018

“Severe migraines which start with flashing lights or blurry vision could trigger heart condition”

(Feat. Souvik Sen, medicine) —Daily Mail (London)

November 16, 2018

“University of SC Beaufort opening new campus on Hilton Head Island”

(Feat. Al Panu, chancellor and Charles Calvert, USCB hospitality) —WTOC-TV (Savannah, Ga)

November 16, 2018

“Community Corner: USCB to hold open house, ribbon-cutting for new Hilton Head Island Campus”

(Feat. Charles Calvert, hospitality USC Beaufort) —WSAV-TV

November 13, 2018

“Claflin, USC partner in dual degree program”

(Feat. Cheryl Addy, provost’s office) —The (Orangeburg) Times and Democrat

November 13, 2018

“Changing retail reality necessitates classroom shift”

(Feat. Mark Rosenbaum, retailing) —Columbia Regional Business Report

November 13, 2018

“Town injected chemicals into water system for 10 years, unknown to many”

(Feat. Susan Richardson, chemistry) —The State

November 13, 2018

“Danville killing highlights growing tension over cops shooting into vehicles”

(Feat. Geoff Alpert, criminal justice) — San Francisco Chronicle

November 12, 2018

“USC professor raises concerns over South Carolina voting equipment”

(Feat. Duncan Buell, engineering) — WLTX

November 12, 2018

“Medical researchers cite possible connection to antibiotic and polio-like illness symptoms”

(Feat. Charles Bennett, pharmacy) — WTVM (Columbus, Georgia)

November 12, 2018

“United States must join with world to protect refugee children”

(Feat. Francis Rushton, medicine) — MDedge

November 12, 2018

“Morningside professor presents paper in Belgium”

(Feat. UofSC alumnus) —Sioux City (Iowa) Journal

November 7, 2018

“Madagascar Ambassador returns to Columbia”

(Feat. UofSC alumnus) —Carolina Panaroma

November 7, 2018

“From World War II radar to microwave popcorn, the cavity magnetron was there”

(Feat. Allison Marsh, history) —Deep Find

November 7, 2018

"Expert: Body cams 'just a tool,' not a perfect source of information"

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) — First Coast News

November 7, 2018

“Why is SC ‘addicted to beach development? Researcher thinks he knows”

(Feat. Robert Hartwig, finance) —The State

October 31, 2018

“Former Gamecocks Steve Pearce, Jackie Bradley shine as Red Sox win World Series”

(Feat. UofSC alumni) —WCIV-TV (Charleston)

October 31, 2018

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