Recovering addicts Nicolasa Dobe and Tyler Crochet talk about their experiences dealing with college life at the University of South Carolina. Crochet is pushing the university to start a collegiate recovery program on campus to offer support for those de
What it's like to be a recovering addict at USC
A justice, a ribbon cutting and the USC Law School is open. See what's inside.
83-year-old high school graduate has advice on reaching your goals
East Point Academy succeeds where other charter schools don't
USC's freshman class is the largest yet....by a long shot!
Richland 2's new Jackson Creek Elementary has learning labs and a "fireplace"
New $27.5 million USC health center offers space for meditation and healthy cooking classes
From housing project to Richland School District 2 superintendent-A Grandmother's Sacrifice
Richland School District 2 superintendent Baron Davis on recruiting teachers
Richland 2 Baron Davis' vision for first grader embarking on educational journey.
Would the Spring Valley officer forcibly removing student be different today?
Summer Camp may rescue struggling third grade readers
Construction on the new health center at USC started 2 years ago. The new facility is located next to the Thomson Health Center behind the Russell House Theater and adjacent to the Thomas Cooper Library.
Richland School District 2 superintendent Baron Davis tells of a strong, loving and hard-working grandmother who raised him to become a leader. She passed away in June, just before he took over the office.
Before Baron Davis became the Richland School District 2 superintendent, the incident where a resource officer removed a student from her desk was a national news story. Davis explains how it would be different today.
There are more challenges these days for Columbia College, a women's college. From financial matters to females wanting to attend a co-ed college, leaders like Columbia College Provost, Dr. Carol Moore, are having to make hard decisions to keep small colleges attractive. Moore talks about the challenges and expounds on the advantages of the small, women's college.
By Tim Dominick