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Liz White

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University of South Carolina Board of Student Publications and Communications




immigration; cuba; mexico; latin america; world representatives; Cultural Exchange Association; road construction; wheat street; walking routes; Brooks; killing; 30 years ago; crime; World representatives discuss immigration; Speakers from Cuba; Mexico; Latin America relate to U.S. policies; 75-year-old woman charged with killing from 30 years ago; New witness says Nora Peggy Brooks; threatened father-in-law; Road construction annoys pedestrians; Wheat Street beautification project blocks sidewalks; some USC students forced to change walking routes; Civil rights leader pushes for knowledge of past; The Rev. Al Sharpton travels to S.C. to visit graves of his ancestors; Democratic presidential hopeful; sidesteps Confederate flag issue; Sen. Joe Biden visits S.C.; but stays silent on past criticism of the state; Republican; Democratic parties share same stance; Abortion; death penalty debates similar in politics; conflict with religious ideas; Graduates need not fear real world; Leaving behind security of college-life exciting; not terrifying nightmare; Coed roommate option eliminates cooty factor; Nice guys not condemned to finish last; Girls choose jerks who try harder; give more effort; than guys in friend zone; Family Guy; to visit campus; Voice actor for Cleveland; Herbert the Old Guy to discuss creative process of hit television show; Columbia musicians; skirmish with dead locations; Loss of quality venues hinders up-and-coming rockers from stardom; Sister Hazel sells out show; despite acoustic limitations; Band mixes old favorites; with new songs to create outstanding live formula; Bloc Party dodges sophomore slump; Chris Lighty: self-made mogul; Party need; must stop if players want to see field; Staying away from bars just one of tips to avoid legal troubles in future; Harris Honeycutt SEC Pitcher of the Week; Two-hitter earns USC ace weekly conference honor; Cat scratch fever continues; Gamecocks play first; mid-week game with trip to Charleston; Kings forward Artest arrested; Former defensive MVP arrested on assault charges; Garcia apologizes; After stellar season finish; Winthrop makes top 25 for first time in history; Eagles make NCAA tournament with win in Big South tourney

The Daily Gamecock, TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 2007