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3 hrs ago | FLW Outdoors
Editor's note: Veteran outdoor writer Jeff Samsel lives just a short drive from Lake Murray and spent his college years at the University of South Carolina, studying Murray's bass population in lieu of his textbooks.
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7 hrs ago | The Times Leader
When it was announced that Pope John Paul II would be coming to Columbia, South Carolina, in September, 1987, 10-year-old Jennie Elizabeth Clark was as anxious as anyone to see the Holy Father, never foreseeing a handshake or a personal blessing.
11 hrs ago | Switched
There are, undoubtedly, many memories that addicts would love to forget. For most recovering addicts and alcoholics, encountering the so-called "people, places, and things" that remind them of using bring on the strongest cravings.
16 hrs ago | NBC Connecticut
The news is only surprising in that the Huskies didn't land the best player in college basketball.
Neurologist Dr. Romie Mushtaq says that there's science that supports the benefits of being focused and "in the moment."
This year's Democratic commencement speakers outnumber their Republicans counterparts by more than 2 to 1, according to a survey by Campus Reform .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Britt Parker Jr. of Edgemoor are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Brittany Kay Parker, to John Walker Brewer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thomas Brewer of Columbia.
Parents who dodged the bullet on hyperactivity may want to duck as the psychiatric profession comes around for another pass, this time targeting kids who are daydreamy with what they are calling "Slow Cognitive Tempo" disorder.
If the Medical University of South Carolina's board of trustees goes through with a recent bylaw change, it will violate the state's open meeting laws and could jeopardize the hiring of a new president, according to S.C. Press Association Attorney Jay Bender.
Colleges and universities have been amassing a trove of registered trademarks in recent years-and not just for the traditional marks that represent their names and athletic team insignias.
Lowcountry women are standing together to fight heart disease at the third annual Charleston Go Red For Women Luncheon, which will take place at Memminger Auditorium from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, April 23. Heart disease is the No.
University of South Carolina police are investigating after someone spray-painted the field of Williams-Brice Stadium with a Clemson Tiger logo.
After nearly 30 years studying how plants use their genes to defend against viruses, Vicki Vance, a professor at the University of South Carolina, doesn't see genetically modifying plants as a malevolent or arrogantly God-like endeavor.
New and Selected Poems Author: Marjory Wentworth Publisher: University of South Carolina Press This collection of more than 50 previously published poems and 28 new ones is described by the publisher as "a capstone to Wentworth's tenure as South Carolina poet laureate, a title she has held since 2003."
A'ja Wilson, the No. 1 women's basketball prospect in the country, announces that she will play for the University of South Carolina.
National High School Player of the Year and Heathwood Hall senior A'ja Wilson has elected to play college basketball with the University of South Carolina.