Archive for the 'In The Spotlight' Category

Earth Day Celebration

 As many of you may know Earth Day was on April 22nd, 2013. The theme for this year’s Earth Day was “The Face of Climate Change”. If you would like more information on Earth Day check out the many resources available at http://www.earthday.org/. USC-Union will be celebrating Earth Day today, Wed. 24, 2013, in the […]

Women’s History Month Celebration

In celebration of Women’s History Month there is an event scheduled in the Community Room today, March 27th from 12:00 to 1:00.  The topic that will be presented will focus on women’s reproductive health.  A lunch will be provided for those who attend the event.   

Black History Month Celebration

The Men and Woman on a Mission/African-American Association (MWOM/AAA) is hosting a Black History Month celebration in the auditorium on Wednesday, February 27, at noon. The speaker for this event will be Mr. Bakari Sellers.  Mr. Sellers is the son of civil rights activist Cleveland Sellers. He is a Democratic member of the South Carolina House […]

New Logo, New Quotes

Check Out Our New Vinal Wall Graphics!!!     We LOVE our new Logo and Quotes!

Library Updates Continued

  The library is better than ever at USC Union.  All of our new furniture has arrived and has been installed.   We are very happy about our new student lounge located in the back right corner.  We now offer four new comfortable seating options for students to use away from the foot traffic of the rest of […]

Curl up with a good book on our new chairs!

Check these new seating options for our students and patrons located near the magazine and newspaper racks.   The new chairs offer a moveable table for students to use as they read or to work upon with their laptops, and we hope that everyone will enjoy using them. Check back soon, because we can’t wait to show […]

Exciting Changes in the USC Union Library

 If you have not been in the USC Union Library in a while, come by and check out some of our new renovations. We are very excited to be able to provide a more comfortable and welcoming space for all of our students.  We now have new coat of paint in the library to go […]

National Poetry Month

Did you know that April is National Poetry Month? In recognition of National Poetry Month, Gale Cengage Learning has created a landing page with links to Biography in Context portal pages for a selection of popular poets of biography searches for the month of April.  Check it Out!  Click to follow link to portal:  Gale […]

Easter

Since Easter is coming up this Sunday I thought I would list some Fun Facts about Easter. According to Infoplease.com  Easter is the second most important candy-consuming Holiday of the year for Americans, who consumed 7 billion pounds of candy in 2011.   Here are some more fun facts: About ninety million chocolate Easter bunnies are […]

March is National Women’s History Month

  Each year National Women’s History Month employs a unifying theme and recognizes national honorees whose work and lives testify to that theme.  The theme for National Women’s History Month 2012 is Women’s Education – Women’s Empowerment. Although women now outnumber men in American colleges nationwide, this reversal of the gender gap is a very […]