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Liz White

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University of South Carolina Board of Student Publications and Communications




STUDENT STUDIES FATIGUE, MOODS, EXERCISE; USC research may expose protein’s link to serotonin; Alpha Phi Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon host forum on skin color; RHA president, officers elected; Amanda Pippin wins top office with 22 votes; Steve Smith to serve as group’s vice president; Sanford faces criticism for failure to file report; Governor’s volunteer group taps $150, 000 grant, but hasn’t filed accountability form, critics say; Convention center gets MySpace page; Columbia visitor’s bureau turns to popular social Web site to raise awareness for events; Collision kills 2 children, hospitalizes 2 others; Bush threatens veto against Democrats’ bill to withdraw troops from Iraq; Patriot Act’s communications authority nearing nullification; Lesbian should fight for equality, custody; Monthly ‘plague’ strikes male athletes; Sci-fi label cannot mask drama’s greatness; Pamprin, Kotex could’ve helped prevent tragedy, shame of student stars; Gamecocks’ losses should not hinder team spirit; Ronnie Jordan offers laughs; Festival includes Geisha, Godzilla; Salty Nut Café measures up; New ‘Reno 911!’ to debut April 1; More antics from characters make great show greater; Gamecocks scorch Phoenix; Jones’ two homers, four RBIs propel Carolina to 10-6 win; Softball swipes second of series; Coach Compton gets 1, 000th career win against Winthrop; The Daily Gamecock opens mailbag

The Daily Gamecock, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 2007