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Cold Case

Solving the cold case

Established about three years ago in the Children’s Law Center with funding from the Casey Family Programs, Cold Case goes to bat for S.C. children who have lingered in foster care for years. The goal is to help them to be adopted or to establish meaningful contact with a family member or adult friend who will be there for them down the road.

Education

Reducing crime through reading

For three weeks each May, English education master’s students head to the Department of Justice's Birchwood High School to help youth improve their reading.

Ken Lowden

Running for his life

Ken Lowden took up running 40 years ago to beat a family history of heart disease. He ended up needing heart surgery, but his healthy lifestyle and awareness of his risk factors helped him recover quickly and get back to the things he loves.

pastides family

Full circle

For university President Harris Pastides, receiving the Ellis Island Medal of Honor is like coming full circle for the son of Greek immigrants who left their idyllic Mediterranean island home in search of better life for their children.

De'Aria Bryant

An unexpected journey

De’Aira Bryant came from such a small South Carolina town that her high school ran out of math courses for her to take and had no real computer classes. But driven by her experiences at Carolina, this first-generation college graduate has a national fellowship and is on her way to becoming professor.

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University Events

Stargazing at the Melton Memorial Observatory

Monday, May. 29, 2017

Location: Melton Observatory 201

Healthy Carolina Farmers Market

Tuesday, May. 30, 2017

SAVVY Chamber Showcase

Monday, Jun. 5, 2017

Location: See Description for Event Location.

Stargazing at the Melton Memorial Observatory

Monday, Jun. 5, 2017

Location: Melton Observatory 201

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