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USC unveils monument honoring desegregation trailblazers

The University of South Carolina unveiled a monument honoring the first Black students admitted since Reconstruction — Robert Anderson, Henrie Monteith Treadwell and James Solomon Jr. — whose enrollment six decades ago changed the course of university history.

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USC retains #1 international MBA ranking, climbs in nursing, education

For the 11th straight year, the University of South Carolina has earned the No. 1 ranking in the country for its International MBA program, according to the Best Graduate School rankings released April 9 by U.S. News & World Report. The rankings show broad-based excellence at USC, with additional business programs also ranked and significant jumps in nursing and education.

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USC String Project marks 50 years of hitting the right notes

The gold standard in string music education is marking its golden anniversary this year. For the past 50 years, the University of South Carolina String Project has been the national model in a program that combines music lessons with community service and teacher education.

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Cool Classes Fall 2024

We're back again for another year and another round of some of the coolest classes you can take for Fall 2024. For this list, we've brought back fan favorites and added some new classes that are sure to make you say, "I want to take that!" There are a ton of unique learning experiences waiting to be uncovered. Whether you’re into sports, true crime, dancing, cooking or even something a little otherworldly, South Carolina has you covered.

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USC has 3 Goldwater scholars in 2024

Three University of South Carolina students were awarded prestigious Goldwater scholarships Friday. They are: Caroline Rucker, a junior biomedical engineering major from Powhatan, Virginia; Jeremiah Tobin, a junior biomedical engineering major from Greenville; and Katelyn Wyandt, a junior computer science major from Summerville, South Carolina. All three are Honors College students studying in the College of Engineering and Computing.

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In the News

“What's a beverage lab? How USC's 'coolest room on campus' is shaping hospitality training”

(feat. Sandy Strick, hospitality and tourism management) Post and Courier Columbia Free Times

“SC State art exhibition to open”

(feat. Sean Clute, ceramics) The Times and Democrat

“L.A. police chief says officer shortage makes it harder to respond to some calls”

(feat. Ian Adams, criminology and criminal justice) NBC News

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