University of South Carolina
Originally published 02/22/2018
The nine-foot bronze statue of Richard Greener between the University of South Carolina's library and student union is meant to inspire the nearly 34,000 students and 1,500 faculty on campus.
Originally published 12/06/2017
The university's trustees voted in April to erect the markers, in part a response to student protests in 2015 that bemoaned the lack of emphasis on diversity on campus.
Originally published 08/27/2016
University of South Carolina historian warns that students are missing out by not majoring in history
"It is ironic that only a year after the Confederate battle flag was removed from the State House — after a heated public debate among South Carolinians over competing interpretations of our history — the academic major of history is in apparent decline among new freshmen at USC.” — Christine Caldwell Ames
Originally published 10/16/2013
The law diploma earned by the University of South Carolina’s first African-American faculty member is back at USC.
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