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Liz White

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University of South Carolina Board of Student Publications and Communications




Relay for Life; $35K; marathon; 12 hours; fundrasier; cancer; MIC MAN; textbook prices; NAACP; race; Imus; football games; athletics; Relay For Life raises over $35K in marathon; Students walk for 12 hours in annual fundraiser against cancer; NEW; MIC MAN; NEEDED; NAACP talks race on campus; S.C. students discuss Imus firing; apathy during summit; Student lobbying group focuses on; textbook prices; Vista looks to become hot retail spot; Shopping a growing part of historic Columbia neighborhood’s makeup; in addition to booming restaurants; entertainment stops; One killed; 4 injured as storms move across state; Club revival piacularly promoting promiscuity; Planned Parenthood puts moneymaking; loose sex before welfare promise; Firing Imus won’t solve race problems; Punishing talk show host; for inappropriate remarks doesn’t equate to victory; Spurrier should keep politics out of game; Education needed in alcohol solution; Lowering legal drinking age; requiring class could cure teen; adult accidents; Disturbia; mixes teen life; mystery; Suspense movie revisits murderous neighbor plot; bored voyeurism; Young cast of dancers shine during ‘fairy tale’ performance; Teens; younger students taste sweet success in “12 Dancing Princesses”; Dancing; s’ Mills receives; attention from producers; Ex-wife of Beatles’ star offered spots on various shows; Dance company; choir join for performance; Untraditional pieces; narrative soundtrack work well at Koger; Lifetime’s ‘Th e Staircase Murders’ brings Peterson case back into view; Movie takes inspiration from documentary about convicted wife killer; Drive; rehashes survival concept; adds car chases; mysterious clues; Cross-country automobile race gives characters opportunity to win $32 million; discover identity of kidnappers; people behind conspiracy; Gamecocks pound Tigers; after slow start to series; USC lights up Auburn over weekend after 15-run loss in critical SEC matchup; Defense dominates Saturday; Offense struggles with aerial dynamics; but ground game runs smoothly into endzone; Defense makes stand; statement with strong showing to close spring; Memories and melodies highlight charged halftime show; Ol’ Ball Coach tackles stars and bars during awards speech; Spurrier could be entering; red-zone with statements against Confederate flag

The Daily Gamecock, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 2007