Students representing both political parties debated on a wide range of topics in the U.S.
Students and faculty assembled outside Hendricks Chapel in response to the attacks which left 50 dead at two mosques in Christchurch.
Award-winning NPR journalist discusses being ‘queen of leaks’, political scandals and state of the courts.
Spencer Stultz, a graduate student of Pan African Studies holds an exhibition for Women’s History Month.
Leading scholars and regional political leaders gathered for the State of Democracy event.
Yusuf Abdul-Qadir, Ellen Blalock, Zuko Gqadavama, John Western, Michelle Schenandoah and facilitator Charisse L’Pree discussed racial equality at the South African Symposium.
Intense 60+ mph winds whip through Upstate causing power outages, travel concerns.
SU students, faculty and alumni compete for the top prize in an annual chili cook-off, part of the Winter Carnival.
The forum follows a Feb. 9 Ackerman Avenue assault students and SU’s Student Association have described as racially motivated.
Students Advocating for Sexual Safety and Empowerment, SASSE, took over Hendricks Chapel for a production of Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues” on Feb. 15 and 16.