Meghan Crum

Public Relations Student

Location icon United States of America

I am a rising second-year public relations student at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC. I am currently News Editor at the student newspaper The Daily Gamecock, and a Corporate Communications Intern at Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Inc., a pharmaceutical company based in Princeton, New Jersey.

I am originally from Central New Jersey and enjoy reading and writing. I am hardworking, dedicated and creative.

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The Daily Gamecock
04/13/2018
Sexual Assault Awareness Month focuses on outreach

Denim Day began 19 years ago in Italy when the Italian Supreme Court overturned a decision about a sexual assault case because the victim was wearing jeans. The jeans were tight, and the justices believed that the victim had to have helped the assaulter remove her jeans, suggesting that she gave consent.

The Daily Gamecock
05/21/2018
Former graduate student sues university, professor

A recent graduate from USC's School of Visual Art and Design graduate program filed a lawsuit against Professor David Voros, President Harris Pastides, the university and the International Center of the Arts on May 15.

The Daily Gamecock
11/08/2017
Retired veteran helps USC students

After serving in the United States Air Force for 20 years, veteran Joseph Fant is working on- and off-campus to help veterans reach their full potential. The second-year integrated information technology student is shifting his focus to his education and helping men and women like himself succeed.

The Daily Gamecock
03/04/2018
USC Dance Marathon's first president returns for anniversary

Just this weekend, USC's Dance Marathon celebrated its 20th anniversary by raising over one million dollars for the Child Life program at Palmetto Health Children's Hospital. The first president of Dance Marathon, Simon Herrmann, returned to Dance Marathon for the first time since his graduation in 1999 and witnessed this milestone for the organization.

The Daily Gamecock
04/18/2018
Give 4 Garnet raises money for the university

Confetti was scattered all around Greene Street on Thursday as Give 4 Garnet took over the area in front of Russell House. The event had tables from all different walks of USC student life raising money and giving out prizes to students walking by. "It's turned into like a festival," said USC's first lady Patricia Moore-Pastides.

The Daily Gamecock
02/15/2018
First-year student dives into chemical engineering research

Nina Daneshvar will be in Austin, Texas, to present her own theoretical research at the American Junior Academy of Science Conference, but her interest in research at USC began long before her move-in day last fall. The first-year biochemistry student from Irmo, South Carolina, became involved in research in the chemical engineering department while she was still in high school.

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