The first presidential debate was the most watched in history, with the following two drawing in equally large audiences. But following the election, many wonder if these debates actually changed any minds. James Piereson, an expert on the topic, weighs in with commentary from voters from both parties.
First it was newspapers and radio. Then it was television. Now it’s social media. The widespread use of social media has transformed sites like Facebook and Twitter into tools for presidential candidates to reach potential voters, but is it trustworthy?
Off-campus living is great for USC upperclass students eager to leave residence hall life behind. But some local residents are fed up with the wilder side of college life.
Alcohol-related hospital transportations are up 158 percent at the University of South Carolina from last year. Has drinking on campus gotten worse, or is there another reason for the increase?
A quiet Election Day follows a noisy campaign in which many S.C. voters say they liked what they heard from Donald Trump.
Residents of the city of Newberry ponder the 2016 presidential candidates and talk of their hopes for American democracy.
With the rising importance of internships on a college graduate’s resume, what are working students to do?
Welcome Table SC employs candid conversations to help students understand how race affects their lives and the lives of those around them.
Local candidates employ all sorts of strategies to get the attention of voters. One Richland One candidate puts on her walking shoes.
USC political science professor Don Fowler has been involved in state and national politics for nearly half a century and hopes to encourage political civility in a new generation of students.