Download Full Text (8.7 MB)
University of South Carolina Board of Student Publications and Communications
Grad school pays respects to assistant dean; Anthony Edwards, who died Wednesday, worked with USC students by getting involved in variety of university programs, organizations; Playboy comes to Carolina; Magazine hosts pictorial audition to find girls for SEC section of college issue; HORTON BILL GOES TO HOUSE; Law would require SLED to investigate student deaths on campus; Voices for Planned Parenthood returns to campus; As official organization, VOX set to educate, aid students in sexual health; Frost leaves crops dead; Foul-mouthed pilot needed time to cool; Death of friend puts life in perspective; When tragedy hits, focus on world’s wonders; stop thinking about “what ifs”; New Disney release gives us loyal fans new classic; “Robinsons” successfully recreates those feelings we miss from childhood; Students shouldn’t rush into marriage; Tying the knot in a hurry not always a good idea; take time to find match; Bright Eyes shines on new CD; “Cassadaga” album outplays past titles with emotional lyrics, country melody; Universities crack down on downloading music; Colleges warn students against illegal programs, damages to network; Great tunes can provide soundtrack for one’s life; Nostalgic music rekindles fond memories of past, offers emotional support; Universities crack down on downloading music; Colleges warn students against illegal programs, damages to network; Former Carolina player finds success as unknown in NBA; Rice, price, return of Blowfish? Questions answered; Saturday’s Garnet and Black game has us asking: What will Hootie perform?
University of South Carolina, Office of Student Media, "The Daily Gamecock, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2007" (2007). April. 15.