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Vive Piranesi

You can take a virtual trip to 18th-century Rome through the works of enigmatic artist Giovanni Piranesi as the University of South Carolina makes a rare set of his complete works accessible through digital technology.

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Voices from the edge

Students in the Carolina Global Scholars Program are drawing attention to the plight of refugees one listener at a time through their "Seeking Refuge" podcast.

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UofSC selects new Vice President for Development

The University of South Carolina has named Monica Delisa as its new Vice President for Development. Delisa’s appointment was approved at the university’s Board of Trustees meeting on Oct. 9.

detail of Richard Greener statue

Presidential Commission re-examines university’s complex history

When President Bob Caslen established the Presidential Commission on University History last year, he tasked it with leading a research effort “into the complex history of the university.” That task is every bit as challenging as one might expect for an institution whose nearly 220-year history was shaped first by the antebellum South, the Civil War and decades of state-sponsored racial segregation.

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