Education

PBS NewHour Student Reporting Lab Visits CU-ICAR

By Kaitlyn Cannon

Student Reporting Labs

A yellow school bus turns onto Research Drive in Greenville, South Carolina. In purple writing, “Legacy Charter School” is printed on the side. Students pile out of the bus, all with video equipment in their hands. Some students carry DSLR cameras, while others carry lighting and audio equipment. Setting foot on Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research, these students came prepared to interview engineering students and faculty about the Deep Orange project.

The Military in South Carolina in World War I

By Walter Edgar

Camp Jackson

Dr. Andrew Myers from the University of South Carolina Upstate joins Dr. Edgar for a public Conversation on South Carolina History, World War I: S.C. and the Military, on January 23, 2018. It was part of a series presented in January and February, 2018, and sponsored by the USC College of Arts and Sciences.

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Orangeburg Massacre: A Conversation with Henry Smith's Sister

By Beryl Dakers

Ora Sue Smith Hughes

Ora Sue Smith Hughes shares memories about her brother, Henry Smith (1948-1968), one of the three slain victims in the Orangeburg Massacre. South Carolina State College student Henry Smith had an interest in the growing civil rights movement, admiring leaders like Martin Luther King, Jr. His death continues to impact the family, even the generation who didn't have the opportunity to know him in person.

The Orangeburg Massacre: Alumni Discuss Lifelong Effects and the FBI Investigation

By Ty Moody

Fifty years later,  SC State University Alumni gather for a conversation about the lifelong effects of the Orangeburg Massacre a

Fifty years later, South Carolina State University (SCSU) Alumni gather for a conversation about the lifelong effects of the Orangeburg Massacre and the final FBI investigation report.

On the evening of February 8, 1968, SCSU students started a bonfire on the front of campus which is located in Orangeburg, South Carolina. As police and firefighters attempted to put out the fire, officer David Shealy was injured by a thrown object. As a result, South Carolina Highway Patrol officers fired shots at the protestors.

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