In The Loop is an SGTV News 4 podcast breaking down Columbia and UofSC news, arts, entertainment and events every week.
Season 2 (Summer 2022) - Click the Descriptions to Listen
On this episode, we cover the homecoming of UofSC's new president, scary flyers left in Forest Acres, and a trailblazer joining the Carolina Panthers. On this episode, breakdown continued protests over abortion rights at the statehouse, a new grant for a local HBCU, and an upcoming dance party with a very unique theme. Plus, hosts Caroline Smith and Will Kronsberg guide you through all the places to be and events to see this weekend.
Season 1 (Summer 2021) - Click the Description to Listen
On this episode, hosts Finn Carlin and Will Kronsberg review the recent forum for students regarding the UofSC presidential search, how Governor McMaster is responding to President Biden's door-to-door COVID vaccination efforts in the state, and why Dr. Fauci is saying you may not need a COVID booster shot.
On this episode, hosts Finn Carlin and Tyler Fedor explain how critical race theory debates have reached South Carolina schools, what interim UofSC president Harris Pastides plans to do with Caslen's Title IX Task Force project that began in March and which South Carolina senator just announced their reelection campaign.
On this episode, hosts Finn Carlin and Will Kronsberg discuss the UofSC athletic department's near $27 million shortfall at the end of this past academic year, how a double homicide within a prominent SC family is being linked to a 2019 boating accident, and the factors causing a decline in COVID vaccination rates around the state.
On this episode, hosts Finn Carlin and Tyler Fedor break down UofSC's new guidelines for face coverings on campus and in university facilities, how UofSC professor David Voros, who has faced multiple sexual harassment and assault lawsuits, is being placed on sabbatical leave for the fall 2021 semester, and why a lawsuit involving a Richland County teacher who allegedly kidnapped and assaulted a child is coming to light.
On this episode, we discuss the UofSC NAACP's letter to the Board of Trustees following former President Bob Caslen's resignation, the well-known campus "art tunnel" being painted over with new signage detailing that marking the walls is illegal, and how Williams-Brice Stadium and other sports venues are being allowed full capacity at athletic events starting this fall. Also, hosts Finn Carlin and Will Kronsberg will break down Columbia events you can look forward to over the weekend to keep you in the loop.