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2007 Freshman Convocation
9/12/2007 10:00:00 AM

Episode Title 2007 09 12 Chancellor Stockwell addresses USC Upstate's class of 2011 during the Freshman Convocation.   Listen  Convocation mp3 (64kbps) 20mb  Convocation mp3 (32kbps) 11mb  

Kathleen Turner
8/30/2007 4:00:00 PM

Actress Kathleen Turner made an appearance on campus on Thursday last week. She was in town as a representative of Barack Obama’s presidential campaign and spoke to theatre and nursing students.

Why I'm Still Here
8/16/2007 4:45:00 PM

Theatre Department Chair, Jim Cox, greets new faces during the fall 2007 faculty orientation with his story of why he has worked at USC Upstate for more than 30 years.

Dr. Essie Mae Washington Williams visit to USC Upstate
2/27/2007 7:00:00 PM

Dr. Washington-Williams, retired teacher, is the daughter of the late Strom Thurmond. She visits USC Upstate to discuss her book, which tells her life story.

Tally Ho, Let’s Go to England!
2/22/2007 1:30:00 PM

Theatre professor Jimm Coxx promotes travel abroad opportunities to England this summer in this recent podcast. He covers academic requirements, travel itineraries, field trips, living arrangements, and overall expenses.

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