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SC State could use Clyburn money for budget

2014 September 12 - 08:59

ORANGEBURG, S.C. - Financially troubled South Carolina State University could get some budget help with $13 million in federal money.

Behind Enemy Lines: 5 Questions with an S.C. State beat writer

2014 September 04 - 02:00

CLEMSON -- These aren't last week's Bulldogs; the Week 2 breed is far less-documented.

SC State holds march, rally to support university

2014 August 16 - 09:15

ORANGEBURG, S.C. - Supporters of South Carolina State University are rallying to show their support for the state's only historically black public university.

Nikki Haley opposes loaning another $12 million to S.C. State

2014 August 12 - 16:26

S.C. Governor Nikki Haley on Tuesday said she is opposed to the state lending any more money to S.C. State University until the cash-strapped school hires financial consultants, according to a story posted today on The State's website.

After a 'perfect storm,' Elzey has high hopes for S.C. State

2014 July 28 - 10:22

ORANGEBURG - When Thomas Elzey became president of South Carolina State University a year ago, he knew he had taken on a challenge at the state's only public, historically black university. At the time, he didn't realize just how big a challenge.

Historically black colleges face uncertain future

2014 July 22 - 17:27

Three days before Payton Wilkins returned home to Detroit last May with a bachelor's degree, his cousin was arrested for selling heroin and crack cocaine.

Football, Wando High and a group home help at-risk teen reach success

2014 July 19 - 19:00

As a child grows, key memories root in the brain to become vivid lifelong reminders. For Justin Williams, that moment came while he was playing basketball in the River Oaks Middle School gym in North Charleston.

Lawyer says mayor's trip to Florida was personal

2014 July 13 - 20:57

COLUMBIA - A lawyer for Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin is preparing documents to show the mayor's trip to Florida in 2010 was a personal business trip.

South Carolina State president gets $50,000 bonus

2014 July 07 - 15:28

ORANGEBURG - South Carolina State University President Thomas Elzey has been given a $50,000 bonus that is in his contract if he gets a satisfactory evaluation.

Lowcountry Graduate Center plans move, new degree programs

2014 July 04 - 18:00

Construction on a new $8.9 million building for the Lowcountry Graduate Center is on track to finish this month just in time to open its doors for fall classes in August.

Ex-S.C. State trustee Jonathan Pinson guilty in corruption case

2014 July 03 - 08:45

COLUMBIA - A former trustee at South Carolina State University was found guilty Thursday of more than two dozen charges in a federal corruption case, including racketeering.

Jurors hear ex-South Carolina State trustee's taped calls

2014 July 02 - 13:01

COLUMBIA, S.C. - Jurors considering corruption charges against a former South Carolina State University trustee have asked to listen again to several phone calls taped by the government.

Ex-SC State trustee Pinson's corruption trial ending

2014 June 27 - 12:48

COLUMBIA - The key to the public corruption case against a former South Carolina State University trustee consists of 118 taped phone conversations involving Jonathan Pinson out of the 15,000 phone calls federal agents monitored in their wide-ranging

South Carolina State placed on probation

2014 June 20 - 09:46

ORANGEBURG - South Carolina State University's accreditation status has been downgraded.

S.C. State University alumni holding Bulldog Fest Saturday

2014 June 19 - 09:20

South Carolina State University's Charleston alumni chapter is hosting Charleston Bulldog Fest from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Jenkins Orphanage at 3923 Azalea Drive in North Charleston. The free event is open to alumni, their families, and accepted

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