Human Trafficking in South Carolina is more common than most might think. Experts in the field share tips about how to recognize trafficking, and also how to stay safe. “[Traffickers] try to eliminate risk. They try to operate under the radar and are very subtle in their tactics typically. So that’s why, oftentimes victims don’t know they’re being victimized,” Kathryn Moorehead, Coordinator of the State Task Force, said.
USC Eats' summer series, Takeout Tuesday, takes their audience around the state to capture some of the biggest food spots for students while they are at home. In their last episode of the series, producers Finn Carlin and Calista Yost give viewers a chance to get to know them off the record, but still on camera.
by Schuler // Death Drive 90.5 It’s yet another Sunday in the WUSC dream world of awesome pets, and you know what that means… time for you to meet another one. Today’s scaly young man is a charming bearded dragon by the name of Draco, whose pics bless us on behalf of his human, our […]