The University of South Carolina might be on lockdown, but the Mechanical Engineering and Computing Department is still hard at work on creative and innovative solutions to our nation’s most pressing problem.
South Carolina State University leaders have announced a mandatory evacuation of residence halls Sunday night. The deadline for students to move out is March 29 at 6 p.m. A post on the university’s Facebook page said three confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Orangeburg County have heightened the threat.
Following the temporary closure of all University of South Carolina campuses and the postponement of all commencement exercises, President Bob Caslen addressed those decisions in a letter addressed to the UofSC community.
With the threat of the coronavirus looming across the world, officials at South Carolina State have canceled all international university-sponsored travel for students, faculty, and staff until further notice.
Two rival high school football teams could be playing on the same side for the upcoming season. The Orangeburg Consolidated School District has requested that North and Hunter-Kinard-Tyler (HKT) High Schools combine their football programs.
South Carolina State University has unveiled newly bronzed sculptures of three students killed during a peaceful protest on campus 52 years ago. This year’s commemoration of the Orangeburg Massacre was held inside the Martin Luther King Junior Auditorium on the SC State Campus, the morning of Feb 8.
Aiken County Public School District will be operating on an early dismissal schedule due to severe thunderstorms and high winds expected to reach the area on Feb. 6. Schools will also be dismissed two hours early.
Just two years after voters in Chester County narrowly struck down a $38 million bond referendum to improve county schools and build a new career center, they’ll head back to the polls Tuesday to decide on the school board’s latest proposed bond referendum.
One day after Senate Democrats promised to fight any school voucher programs in South Carolina “to the end”, a panel of Senators took up the Equal Opportunity Education Scholarship Account Act (S.556).