Fell & Fair, which got its name from a quote describing the Riders of Rohan in J.R.R. Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers,” began to receive commissions following the exposure Instagram gave them.
“This is a challenging time for our community, and as a club we want to be a part of the solution,” said Triumph president Chris Lewis.
The university will also continue to offer online resources over the summer through its Class of 1956 Academic Success Center.
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Teachers will continue to provide feedback to students and may ask them to redo work to support learning.
Bon Secours Health System family nurse practitioner Elizabeth King and her husband are making face shields out of two-liter Pepsi bottles.
Greenville Technical College’s health programs donated more than 50,900 pairs of gloves, 4,005 masks and 480 gowns to Prisma Health to assist the health system’s COVID-19 efforts. The college is…
“I am writing you to let you know that my COVID-19 test came back positive,” said Charles Mayfield in a statement.
The ban will stay in effect until further notice.
Clemson University has announced a modification in its existing grade policy for the spring semester and that students can withdraw from spring semester until April 17. Rather than just using…
The companies encourage members to call the customer service number on their ID cards with any questions.
United Way’s Hands On Greenville is currently seeking volunteers for its Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster campaign, which works with nonprofits such as Senior Action and OnTrack Greenville. “Greenville County…
Clemson University, Furman University and the University of South Carolina have all announced that their students will receive prorated refunds covering meal plans and on-campus residential housing for each school’s…
“It was a Friday afternoon after school when we received an email saying we may be closed about 10 days or so,” said Blythe Academy fourth grade teacher Shasta Kelly Looper. “I was sitting in my living room, and I felt like I needed to start doing something.”
“We asked ourselves what our followers and our community needed from us in this moment and decided that the combination of something fun and creative was the perfect panacea,” said Artisphere executive director Kerry Murphy.