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Student Life Sponsors Martin Luther King, Jr., Essay Contest

In honor of Dr. King’s birthday, the University Of South Carolina Upstate Office Of Student Life is sponsoring an essay […]

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Shoestring Players Present “A Christmas Carol,” December 11-13

The University of South Carolina Upstate Shoestring Players and the Thursday Afternoon Acting Group will perform Brian Way’s “A Christmas […]

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Neary to Present at Authenticity and Victimhood Conference in Berlin

Dr. Brigitte Neary will travel to Berlin, Germany to share her knowledge on German women’s experiences of sexual violence and […]

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Jazz Night, Cabaret Performances This Week

Join the Commercial Music Department at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, December 2 for Jazz Night. You also will enjoy two cabaret […]

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Auditions for Upstate Vocal Ensemble, Monday, Dec. 1

Upstate Vocal Ensemble auditions will be held from 1 – 2 p.m. Monday, December 1 in the Humanities and Performing […]

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Mark Your Calendars for Two Upcoming Commercial Music Concerts

Join the Commercial Music Department at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, December 2 for Jazz Night. You also will enjoy two cabaret […]

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REFLECTIONS World Language Teachers’ Workshop To Attract Hundreds To USC Upstate

Hundreds of foreign language teachers, from elementary to university level, will travel from all areas of the state to attend […]

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History Professor Publishes Book on World War II War Criminal, Ante Pavelić

Dr. Robert McCormick, chair of the Department of History, Political Science, Philosophy and American Studies at the University of South […]

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Don’t Miss Listen to My Song, Thursday, Nov. 20

The USC Upstate Department of Fine Arts and Communication Studies presents Listen To My Song, on Thursday, November 20 at […]

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Shoestring Players Present Neil Simon’s “Rumors,” November 13-16

The University of South Carolina Upstate Shoestring Players will perform Neil Simon’s “Rumors” in the Humanities and Performing Arts Center. […]

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