Sometimes an idea seems to get a mind of its own and seems to quickly take off and build it’s own sort of life. And, for one high school student, that idea has earned him thousands in scholarship money, awards, and recognition.
Three cheers for a South Carolina student who’s actually smart! After taking on Sanford, a former Spring Valley High School student is now on her way to Oxford University.
Conservative members of Congress say “who cares about childhood obesity. Just show me the money!” (That’s not actually what they said, but they do count pizza as a vegetable).
Students at the University of South Carolina’s two-year campuses may get an easier shot at completing their Bachelor’s degree program as part of a new $1B fund-raising plan USC president Harris Pastides is calling “Carolina’s Promise.”
The University of South Carolina’s master plan, “Carolina’s Promise,” needs donors, and president Harris Pastides has devised a little plan to help attract them.
A first grade teacher with Lexington School District Three is being accused of forcing at least half a dozen of her students to give her foot rubs during class.
It’s barely November, not even Thanksgiving, people are still running their air conditioning in 80 degree weather…but one Midlands pastor says a local school district is keeping its teacher from promoting Christmas in their classrooms.
Consistently ranked as one of the most fierce rivalries in all of college football, Carolina and Clemson are consistently out for blood. And, this week, the Red Cross is taking that to the bank…the blood bank that is.
Well, that didn’t take long. The highly anticipated, newly appointed, visionary and president of Newberry College is stepping down after taking on the job just four short months ago due to personal and family reasons.
Although the university is being extremely tight-lipped about what led to, and who’s involved in, two separate fraternity suspensions this week, this charade is nothing new for either the university or its party-animal frat boys.