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Editor

Jackie Alexander

Publication Date

11-13-2007

Publisher

University of South Carolina Board of Student Publications and Communications

City

Columbia

Keywords

Dorms vote on visitation; RHA gives students opportunity to change policy to allow overnight guests; Carolina/Clemson Blood Drive; Runner treks 56 miles for disease; Ethan Kenney will run from Greenwood to Columbia to raise money; McCain spends Veterans Day in S.C.; Presidential candidate speaks to crowd about war experience; election; Gas prices fuel drivers’ frustration; Columbia 15th cheapest in country; still near $3; Change in visitation policy potential mess; One matchup you don’t want to lose; Gamecocks should take opportunity to show that blood really runs garnet; Americans must show appreciation for veterans; National day meant to honor; show gratitude to men; women in uniform; Skepticism prohibits religious freedom; Non-Christian candidates face persecution; backlash for differences in beliefs; Holiday film spins new tale; New movie delights comedy lovers with Vaughn’s antics; Dane tours with same old jokes; Comedian excites audience with skits; jokes; but some fans say he needs new material; Art helps Americans to ‘see ourselves’; Columbia Museum of Art displays five sections of historical photographs; What to see on TV this week; Many enticing programs; movies fill the TV schedule; USC dumps The Citadel in historic fashion; 61-point win is largest margin of victory since 1948; USC fans should show support for other sports; Mediocre football season nothing compared to other sports’ successes; WOMEN’S SOCCER HEADS TO NCAA TOURNAMENT; Team advances for second time in Carolina history; Men’s soccer gets 2-1 OT win over UK on Senior Day; Volleyball drops road matches; Kentucky; Tennessee spike USC to end NCAA tourney hopes

The Daily Gamecock, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2007

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