Student Life
University of South Carolina

Student Life News

Support putting a Cocky statue on campus!

Students, alumni, faculty, staff, family and friends of the University of South Carolina are working together to immortalize university mascot, Cocky, with a life-sized statue on campus. Continue reading

Ross Lordo, Dani Goodreau and Merritt Francis win Student Government election

Sitting Vice President Ross Lordo was elected the 109th student body president of the University of South Carolina late Tuesday. Lordo’s running mate, current Secretary of Veterans Affairs Dani Goodreau, and Secretary of Alumni Relations Merritt Francis were also victorious. Continue reading

A love story: UofSC senior student leaders plan for their wedding and medical school

Throughout their four years at Carolina, seniors Camila Villacreses and Bryce Robbins stayed together, relied on each other and their relationship has grown stronger. After they graduate in May, they’ll both start medical school at MUSC in Charleston. Continue reading

In Medias Res

Student Media gives Carolina students hands-on, real-world opportunities to explore the worlds of journalism and broadcast entertainment while they’re still on campus. USC Times dropped by their offices in the Russell House and caught them in the act. Read more beginning on page 12 of February’s USC Times. Continue reading

Homecoming Commission names new executive board

Homecoming Commission, the student-led planning board at the University of South Carolina, has named its new executive board for the 2017 calendar year. Continue reading

UofSC sophomore selected for national public policy and leadership conference at Harvard University

Taylor Wright, a sophomore public health major in the Honors College from Goose Creek, S.C., is headed to Harvard University. Continue reading

Workshop: Colonial Life Leadership Experience

The Colonial Life Leadership Experience is a selective seminar facilitated by Colonial Life leaders with focused interactive leadership sessions. Learn about leadership career opportunities at Colonial Life. Continue reading