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August 2, 2022
9781643363127
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90 color photos
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University of South Carolina in Focus

Founded on a small parcel of land in 1801, the University of South Carolina has expanded beyond the boundaries of its original campus, the historic Horseshoe, to become a large urban research university. Throughout its history, South Carolina's flagship university has created opportunity and knowledge, educated hundreds of thousands of students, and enriched the cultural and social lives of countless community members and supporters.

The University of South Carolina In Focus celebrates the beauty of its campus architecture and the university's commitment to academic and research excellence, unparalleled student experience, and its thrilling Gamecock sports that fans cheer throughout the year. Enjoy this colorful "walk" across campus and relive your own experience at one of America's most beautiful universities. Whether you are a current student, an alumnus, or a faithful Gamecock fan, this album will bring your memories of Carolina into focus.

Connor Shaw, the Gamecock's all-time winningest quarterback, provides a foreword.

About the Author

Chris Horn is the director of editorial projects in the University of South Carolina's Communications and Public Affairs Division and host/producer of Remembering the Days, a podcast about the university's history.

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