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    Throwback Thursday: USC's Women's Quad will be closed this year for renovations but the young women who have lived there through the years say the community bond changed their lives. When Lorie Bellot first visited campus to interview for a job with University Housing, she visited many of the residence halls and the Horseshoe. The campus was beautiful. Then she stopped by the Women’s Quad. That moment felt like a movie, she says. What are your memories of the quad?

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Today's Throwback Thursday is in honor of Women's History Month. In 1895, the General Assembly passed legislation directing the University of South Carolina to grant women admission. Frances Guignard Gibbes, pictured here, was the first woman to attend the university. Check out all of the events celebrating Women's History Month at USC: www.sa.sc.edu/... Photo from the USC Archives.

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