Class of 内蒙古快三
A month of highlights, a lifetime of memories.
I played on the UofSC Women’s Soccer team, and we made history. We went to the Final Four in the NCAA Tournament in 2017 and won the SEC Tournament in 2019. Tatumn Milazzo, mass communications
Seniors, share your favorite memory with #UofSC20.
Being able to study abroad and meet people from around the world — as well as immerse myself in the culture of Ireland — was amazing. As a music major, the best part was studying traditional Irish music and even getting to perform in a pub. Chase Cunningham, music education
I met A’ja Wilson, and she signed my #22 women’s basketball jersey at a game. Hands down best moment of my life. She is such a role model. Rebekah Cloninger, psychologyRead About Rebekah
My favorite memory was working at Thursday Night Football in Charlotte through Carolina News & Reporter and SJMC instructor Greg Brannon. Being able to be on the sideline pre-game shooting photos and in the press box during the game covering the action is something I’ll never forget. Nick Papadimas, multimedia journalism
One of my favorite times at UofSC was getting to welcome all the new freshmen as an orientation leader. The early morning walks to Colonial Life Arena and late nights giving out pizza in Patterson Hall were all worth it because of all the great connections and memories I made. Shannon McDonald, music education
In the absence of sweet, sweet freedom and class attendance, I was able to put my major to the test and take my own graduation photos. Hank Johnson, visual communicationsRead About Hank
Running up the Horseshoe after work trying to make it to Petigru on time for Snaps. Weekly, we’d discuss an album, then another, and finally get to hang out and chat with one another. Sometimes, we’d find ourselves in front of Petigru until 2 or even 3 in the morning talking about our weeks, sharing our thoughts and feelings, and talking about our lives. I will always cherish my time in the Snaps Music Appreciation club. Hannah Gresham, English
My favorite memory was getting my acceptance letter. Growing up in South Carolina, all I ever wanted to do was be a Gamecock. Zach Sweat, journalismRead About Zach
This is of one of the most influential groups of women I have had the privilege of knowing. Together, we are more than members of a service sorority; we are a family. I learned so much about patience, kindness, service and happiness from them, and I wish them the best in their future years at South Carolina. I love you all, Alpha Rho. Pranathi Meda, public health
Being part of Dance Marathon at UofSC has been incredibly special to me. Participating in leadership as both a sophomore and senior involved some of the most eye-opening and memorable decisions I’ve made. I love every organization I have had the honor to be a part of, but DM’s impact on children and their families in Columbia makes it that much more special. FTK! Hannah Garfein, advertising
My first picture with my best friend and roommate of four years. Arelys Chaparro, marine science
I love this photo because it shows the opportunities and memories that UofSC gave me as an undergrad. In this picture, I am scuba diving off the coast of the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador during a Maymester. Before I came to UofSC, I had no desire to study abroad; now, the trip is an experience I will remember for the rest of my life. Forever to thee! William Gosnell, environmental science
My all-time favorite memory was freshman year when we beat Duke in basketball and ended up going into the Final Four. The whole school was buzzing, and living on campus during that time was surreal. We bonded and cheered together for our new school. Saleena Wilson, psychology