February 27, 2020, Caleigh McDaniel
Whether you’re looking to eat outside of Russell house to skip the long lunch-hour lines or just try something new, Carolina Food Co. has you covered with dining options on every corner of campus. With these restaurants you’ll never have to sacrifice taste or nutrition for convenience.
February 21, 2020, Caleigh McDaniel
With midterms swiftly approaching, it’s important to remember to take moments to reset and destress. The C.A.L.M. (Carolinians Actively Living Mindfully) Oasis space, located in the Center for Health and Well-Being, is the perfect place to take a break from your busy schedule.
February 14, 2020
"Bystander Intervention can be the difference between life and death sometimes, so noticing signs and choosing it’s important enough to stand up is essential."
October 31, 2019, Caleigh McDaniel
Last Wednesday we joined one of Student Health Services' free cooking classes, “Happy Halloween! Kitchen Tricks and Treats” for a taste of the fun and educational workshop.
October 14, 2019, Kathryn McPhail
After winning state championships in high school, Kaden Briggs was excited to earn a spot on the University of South Carolina’s track and field team. But he was shocked when he faced an unexpected hurdle – some skepticism about his chosen career path.
September 27, 2018, Dana Woodward
In a celebration of the first lady’s 10 years of contributions to the health and wellness of the Carolina community, the university has partnered with the South Carolina Department of Agriculture to present an extension of the Healthy Carolina farmer’s market on Oct. 2.
March 15, 2018, Abby Webb and Jalesa Cooley
Your friend has started talking about life's futility. You do what you can to help him during his time of need, but his burdens are taking a toll on your mental state. What do you do when it is time to start taking care of yourself again?
December 20, 2017, Allen Wallace
The University of South Carolina’s sport science programs are ranked No. 1 in the United States for the second year in a row, and No. 4 in the world by ShanghaiRanking's 2017 Global Ranking of Sport Science Schools and Departments.
November 30, 2017, Jalesa Cooley and Abby Webb
As the semester begins to wind down, it’s important to take a few precautions to protect your GPA as well as your health. We sat down with Justina Siuba, program coordinator for Stress Management at Student Health Services, for a few tips on how to handle the inevitable pressure of finals week.
August 01, 2017, Chris Horn
With its soothing interior colors, lush plants, comfy seating and walls of windows, the new student health center might become the next cool place for students to hang out. And if that happens, executive director of student health services Debbie Beck will be more than a little pleased.
June 30, 2017, Jalesa Cooley
To provide local students with a first-hand look at the benefits of gardening, sustainability and wellness, the Office of Sustainability collaborates with the City of Columbia Parks and Recreation Department to host a two-week, interactive summer program.
December 19, 2016, Allen Wallace
Many of us share the memory from school days gone by: a glob of something that might be carrots one day, a heap of something green the next, unceremoniously plopped into a compartment of our school lunch trays and then avoided at all costs. The University of South Carolina is working with several state agencies to end that unpleasant tradition and make the lunches healthier and tastier.
February 23, 2016, Luci Clemens
After competing in the Proving Ground competition last semester, three University of South Carolina students are turning their business pitch into a reality — and they’re starting with your salad. John Stewart, Erin Ryan and Bri Matthews are introducing fresh, local lettuce to the Columbia campus dining with an agricultural method called hydroponics.
February 18, 2016, Dana D'Haeseleer
University of South Carolina’s First Lady Patricia Moore-Pastides wears many hats – cook, author and gardener to name a few – but during Heart Health Awareness month, Moore-Pastides will don yet another: award recipient. On Tuesday (Feb. 23), the Palmetto Center for Women, formerly the YWCA of the Midlands, will honor Moore-Pastides for her commitment to health and wellness in the Carolina community.
January 22, 2016, Steven Powell
The College of Nursing’s Cancer Survivorship Center is focused on helping improve life for survivors of every manner of cancer, both in years lived and in the quality of those years. Co-directors Sue Heiney (pictured) and Swann Arp Adams lead a diverse faculty research group that covers the entire trajectory of the disease.