Study Abroad Programs Offer Cultural Experience for Students

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By Katie Casteel Staff Writer Traveling the world is something people dream of doing throughout their lives. Study abroad programs allow students to take advantage of traveling at an earlier point in their… Continue reading

Upstate Golf Ties School Record

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By Aaron Pellot Sports Writer The golf season has just started for USC Upstate, and the Spartan Golf team opened the season with a win at the SpringHill Suites Intercollegiate. Not only did… Continue reading

USA Headed to Brazil

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Aaron Pellot Sports Writer The US Men’s National Team has qualified for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, with its (2-0) win over Mexico last Tuesday in Columbus, Ohio. With TV ratings that… Continue reading

Digging Up the Past: A New Club on Campus Offers a Better Look on History

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Katie Casteel Staff Writer After a seven-year hiatus, a History Club at USC Upstate will finally be back in action on campus. Professor Tammy Pike will be the advisor of the new and… Continue reading

The Struggle: Balancing Work, School, and Play

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As college students, we know the importance of studying hard, and maintaining passing grades. It is a general rule of thumb that you should study an average of, two hours per credit hour,… Continue reading

Mission to Mars

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The red planet has intrigued astronomers and stargazers everywhere; even before the possibility of trans galactic travel was ever dreamt of. With recent photos pouring in from NASA’s mars rover, “Curiosity,” interest has… Continue reading