The crew of Apollo 11 took its first steps on the moon 50 years ago. After storing them for decades, an alumnus donated the maps that would land them there to South Carolina's flagship university ahead of today's anniversary.
Pictured is a map used to choose potential locations for the Apollo 11 moon landing by Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin. Saturd…
Investment in specialized hotels on or near college campuses is on the rise nationally. Among them is new ownership of the Inn at USC, which will boast a new look and a new name this fall.
The Inn at USC sits directly across the street from the University of South Carolina's visitor center. It will soon be known as Graduate Colum…
In 1969, three enterprising University of South Carolina students would purchase a first-generation IBM computer. Their venture to reassemble and operate the machine on the college campus would ultimately fail, but an insatiable interest in technology would follow them throughout their lives.
The Columbia Record ran an Associated Press report of four USC students purchasing a first-generation IBM computer on Jan. 10, 1969.
Nick Johnson, Phil Lohr and Richard Ashley, students of the University of South Carolina, look as C. Brian Honess, graduate student in the Sch…
In a visit to South Carolina today, U.S. Attorney General William Barr says to expect the administration will present a legal path work-around that will allow for a question on citizenship to be added to the 2020 Census.
Software startup HuntStand, based in Columbia, has inked two major deals since the beginning of the year.
A number of companies across the Midlands are shuttering a portion or all operations this year. But low unemployment and overall economic health in the state is easing the pain of these closures with other nearby companies offering similar work.