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A new look (and more) for UofSC

The University of South Carolina’s brand platform refresh includes new visual elements and a more cohesive way of presenting the university to all of its constituents. It helps everyone understand what makes the university special and gives the tools to talk about it in a consistent voice.

Kassy Alia

Hero in Bloom

Kassy Alia turned her grief over the loss of her husband, a police officer shot in the line of duty, into a nonprofit that is changing her life and the lives of officers and marginalized communities around the state.

MLK portrait

Justice for all

A University of South Carolina faculty member, staff member and two students who exemplify Martin Luther King Jr.’s commitment to service, equality and social justice will be honored at the university’s annual MLK Commemorative Breakfast Jan. 18.

Teacher in clasroom with student

A teacher's path home

When Michelle Taylor walked across the stage at December’s commencement ceremony to accept her master’s degree, she culminated a journey of more than 7,300 miles and three countries. And though she didn’t step foot on campus during her two years in the Master of Education in Teaching program, she felt strongly about attending graduation.

digital transformation lab

The next big thing(s)

The university has entered two new partnerships — the Industrial Internet of Things Research Lab, which is a partnership with IBM, and the 15,000-square-foot Digital Transformation Lab, which will serve as a research showplace for projects with an array of real-world industrial and consumer applications. USC Times asked Bill Kirkland, director of the Office of Economic Engagement, to help us understand both ventures.

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In the News

“South Carolina to see a ‘Super-Wolf-Blood Moon’”

(Feat. Steve Rodney, astronomy) —South Carolina Public Radio

“Will Topgolf be a boon for Baton Rouge? Local officials have high hopes”

(Feat. Nick Watanabe, sport and entertainment management) —The (Baton Rouge) Advocate

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