Winthrop Poll
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Posted by a.crouch
The latest Winthrop Poll was released today that surveyed 877 South Carolinians from April 6-13th. Since the last general population poll in October, Sen. Lindsey Graham's approval numbers have increased slightly to 42.8% of all respondents and 39.6% of registered voters. But, as the poll states... + continue reading
Stephen Wise
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Posted by t.safdi
Stephen Wise, a student at Chapin Middle School, has a passion for geography that started out at a very early age. His early learning paid off. Wise made the cut for a second year in a row to the state level National Geographic Bee. Each year thousands of schools in the United States... + continue reading
Desegregation Commemorative Garden
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Posted by t.safdi
In honor of the desegregation of the University of South Carolina and historic attendance of the first three African-American students after Reconstruction in 1963, a topiary garden—adjacent from the Osborne Administration building—was dedicated. The Desegregation Commemorative Garden forms a 4... + continue reading
Information Technology
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Posted by t.safdi
Information technology (IT) is continuing to drive innovation and job creation across many sectors of our state's economy. Mike Switzer with the South Carolina Business Review interviewed Matt Gardner, an Adjunct Professor at the University of San Francisco, in the Graduate School of Business... + continue reading
SOCO, Co-working in Columbia, SC
Friday, April 11, 2014
Posted by t.safdi
South Carolina unemployment numbers are lower than they have been in six years. On the next Palmetto Scene, we will go behind the scenes with two companies that are helping South Carolinians get back to work. We will also take a look at a company that is helping entrepreneurs get off the ground... + continue reading
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Stephen Wise
Wednesday, 16/04/14
Stephen Wise, a student at Chapin Middle School, has a passion for geography that started out at a very early age. His early learning paid off. Wise made the cut for a second year in a row to the state level National Geographic Bee. Each year thousands of schools in the United States participate in the National Geographic Bee using materials... + continue reading

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Desegregation Commemorative Garden
Tuesday, 04/15/14
In honor of the desegregation of the University of South Carolina and historic attendance of the first three African-American students after Reconstruction in 1963, a topiary garden—adjacent from the... + continue reading

Business & Economy

Business, Men and Women
Tuesday, 04/08/14
When it comes to negotiating pay raises, men are better than women at asking for money for themselves, and women are better at asking for more money for others. A recent NPR story discusses Emily... + continue reading

Education

Palmetto Scene
Wednesday, 04/09/14
The State Newspaper’s Andy Shain points out in a recent article that several S.C. colleges and universities may lose funding in the House of Representatives budget over certain gay-themed books being... + continue reading

Health

Insomnia
Wednesday, 04/09/14
According to the Science World Report, “Young adults plagued with insomnia have an eight-fold higher risk of stroke when compared to those without sleeping problems.” Twenty-one thousand people... + continue reading

Politics

Winthrop Poll
Wednesday, 04/16/14
The latest Winthrop Poll was released today that surveyed 877 South Carolinians from April 6-13th. Since the last general population poll in October, Sen. Lindsey Graham's approval numbers have... + continue reading

Technology

Information Technology
Tuesday, 04/15/14
Information technology (IT) is continuing to drive innovation and job creation across many sectors of our state's economy. Mike Switzer with the South Carolina Business Review interviewed Matt... + continue reading