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Williams-Brice Stadium

Brick by brick

Alumnus David Robinson and his 15-year-old son used more than 5,000 Legos to construct the field, stands, ramps, press box, coaches’ offices, scoreboard and the rest of Williams-Brice Stadium.

tedx rehearsal

Talking TEDx

Overcoming stereotypes and drug addiction, learning to listen in uncomfortable conversations about race, and finding new ways to diagnose and treat mental illnesses were just some of the wide range of topics presented by speakers at the inaugural TEDxUofSC event Tuesday.

pastides announces retirement

Forever to thee

After a decade of service as president and leading the University of South Carolina through an unprecedented period of growth and success, President Harris Pastides announced Wednesday (Oct. 3) that he will retire as president effective the summer of 2019.

horseshoe in 1905

Then and Now: Campus changes, history remains

From the historic Horseshoe to Gibbes Green to the Thomas Cooper Library reflecting pool, parts of the University of South Carolina campus can sometimes feel timeless, like students have been walking the same pathways forever. But as associate professor of architectural history Lydia Mattice Brandt explains, even the historic campus core has changed over time — and in some very surprising ways.

creativity

Catch the bus

In addition to his role as associate professor and director of music entrepreneurship at the School of Music, David Cutler has been tasked by the Office of the Provost with overseeing a yearlong, university-wide effort to promote innovation and embolden the creative spirit at every level of the campus community.

digital lab

UofSC opens Digital Transformation Lab

The University of South Carolina announced Thursday (Sept. 27) several expansions of partnerships with corporate giants IBM, Samsung, Siemens and Yaskawa, including a partnership agreement with IBM for a new Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Research Lab.

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In the News

“SC will have the 4th-worst nursing shortage in the country by 2030, new report says"

(Feat. Jeannette Andrews, nursing dean) —Post and Courier

“A force greater than a major earthquake felt at Max Dragway this weekend”

(Feat. Thomas Owens, earth, ocean and environment) —Charlotte Observer

“Block star”

(Feat. Colin Jones, finance) —Columbia Business Monthly

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