In June, alumna Elizabeth Fite broke news about a vote of no confidence in Kevin Spiegel, CEO of Erlanger Health System, the nation’s 10th largest hospital, located in Chattanooga, Tenn. A few months later, he stepped down from his post.
Communication professor Peggy Elliott will be putting in her last set of grades on July 3.
Final exams are closing in and consolation can be seen in the short distance ahead. Whether it’s preparing for a job, entering graduate school or taking some time to collect sanity, seniors are leaving USC Aiken with an array of plans and emotions.
Eberl said that many students know that he is genuine, considering his role as an active SGA senator and that his presidency platform regards the truth.
Summer is only a few months away, meaning it’s about time to start diving into a healthier lifestyle for the perfect swimsuit body, but, more importantly, for an able-body.
I think everyone in attendance felt a little more capable. We were women empowering women.
Unity, a LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual) support group, and one of Dr. Melencia Johnson’s sociology classes collaborated to host an ICE event to celebrate International Transgender Day of Visibility March 31.
A pair of USC Aiken lovebirds won the Moe’s nationwide competition fo free wedding catering.
Students are making a change to the Student Government Association (SGA) by means of a petition floating around in the hands of six SGA senators.
Black Panther is a georgious, uplifting movie, whose presence was much needed in the American film industry. Its release teaches the world that appearance doesn’t dictate who can and cannot be a hero.