In The News: College of Liberal Arts

The Daily Gamecock
September 7, 2021

"Invisible No More," the first book of its kind to detail the extensive Black history at the University of South Carolina, is set to be released in November.

mental health today
September 2, 2021

In the wake of the shooting in Plymouth, that resulted in the deaths of five people and then later the shooter himself, as is frequently the case, the media turned it’s focus onto the ‘why’.

KSNV-TV: News 3
September 1, 2021

After nearly 20 years, what started with retaliation following the 9/11 terror attacks ended with a chaotic evacuation and a Taliban takeover.

Yahoo!
September 1, 2021

The Foundation for Women's Leadership & Empowerment (FWLE) announced today that support from Aristocrat Technologies Inc. and the Las Vegas Review-Journal will help sponsor 20 college students to attend the 14th Annual Women's Leadership Conference (WLC).

I Love the Burg
September 1, 2021

Metro Inclusive Health is readying to debut a brand new concept in the heart of the Grand Central District next door to the LGBTQ Welcome Center in the birthplace of St. Pete Pride.

KNPR News
August 31, 2021

To ban, or not to ban, that was a question this month for the popular OnlyFans website, which announced a prohibition on explicit content only to reverse itself days later.

StreetInsider.com
August 31, 2021

The Foundation for Women's Leadership & Empowerment (FWLE) announced today that support from Aristocrat Technologies Inc. and the Las Vegas Review-Journal will help sponsor 20 college students to attend the 14th Annual Women's Leadership Conference (WLC).

Morningstar
August 31, 2021

The Foundation for Women's Leadership & Empowerment (FWLE) announced today that support from Aristocrat Technologies Inc. and the Las Vegas Review-Journal will help sponsor 20 college students to attend the 14th Annual Women's Leadership Conference (WLC), which will be held on September 13 at The Mirage Hotel & Casino.

Black Perspectives
August 31, 2021

We are excited to announce the newly elected Executive Board officers of the African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS)! Each elected officer will officially assume their roles on January 1, 2022 and serve a two-year term.

BBC World Service
August 30, 2021

Many of us are preparing to go back into the office but after more than a year of working from home for a lot of people, have we forgotten how to dress professionally?

Las Vegas Sun
August 27, 2021

Transgender adult model Sabina Steele lost her job at Starbucks in July 2020 and had to act quickly to overcome the income loss.

The Independent
August 26, 2021

‘You do everything that we’ve already done and we’re not that impressed,’ says one millennial.