James Cutsinger

The light within

Not many professors inspire lofty tribute. Some we forget and others are scarcely remembered. James Cutsinger, a religious studies professor who taught at the university for 37 years, earned the respect and admiration of students for decades while helping them to achieve the most noble of goals: the ability to think.

historical cookbooks

Historical cookbooks offer a glimpse into traditional SC cooking

The South Caroliniana Library is home to the South Carolina Historical Cookbooks collection of publications from 1832 to 1921. The collection is a valuable resource for research but also of interest to anyone who is just curious about local dishes and cooking traditions.

Dr. Patterson and patient

UofSC center brings health care to those in need

In South Carolina, a majority of the 46 counties are considered to be medically underserved. The South Carolina Center for Rural and Primary Healthcare is working to improve access to quality care through training programs that are helping grow the health care workforce.

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In the News

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

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

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

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

"The skinny on weight-loss apps"

(Feat. Christine Pelligrini, exercise science) —AARP

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

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

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Nature of Winter with Rudy Mancke

Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019

January Open House

Sunday, Dec. 15, 2019

LegalTech Series Seminar

Thursday, Jan. 9, 2020

January Open House

Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020

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