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based on 240 reviews
  • Anna from Irmo, SC

    The U. of South Carolina has a beautiful campus with tons of clubs, sports, and activities to become involved in. The academic programs, especially the business and nursing programs, are high ranked and always growing and improving. The student… more read full review

    The University of South Carolina has a beautiful campus with tons of clubs, sports, and activities to become involved in. The academic programs, especially the business and nursing programs, are high ranked and always growing and improving. The student life is active, and there's always something going on somewhere on campus for students to get involved in. read full review

  • Sally from Columbia, SC

    There is a cheer for every single song the band plays at football games. Every. Single. One. When we kick the ball, we yell, "GO, FIGHT, WIN, KICK GRASS! (F!@#$ CLEMSON.)" One of our cheers ends with, "FIGHT!" at the end of the… more read full review

    There is a cheer for every single song the band plays at football games. Every. Single. One. When we kick the ball, we yell, "GO, FIGHT, WIN, KICK GRASS! (F!@#$ CLEMSON.)" One of our cheers ends with, "FIGHT!" at the end of the song, and the students add, "And wiiiiin!" The band also has super funny cheers for the basketball games. When someone fouls out, we yell, "1,2,3,4,5! Bye bye! Don't go away mad; JUST GO AWAY!" Then, when the player goes to sit, we say, "Aaaaaaaand SIT DOWN." Another tradition is putting our hands up in what we call "SPURS" for our teams free throws. At every basketball game, there's this guy who throws up a flag and stomps who we call Gamecock Jesus because of his long scraggly beard and devotion to USC. Beezers delivers subs AND ice cream. God bless 'em. All the parking garages have great overlooks of the campus. If it's unlocked, you can go to the roof of Gambrell to study. Dance Marathon is a big part of USC; it raises money for a good cause, too! Before the Clemson game, we burn a tiger effigy. Chicken Finger Wednesday! <3 read full review

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