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University of South Carolina Board of Student Publications and Communications
Candidates; RHA positions; prospective leaders; mining dining; campus cafeteria; grand marketplace; russell house; journalism school; director; Scripps howard; Shirey Staples Carter; administrator of the year; Mining dining data; Employees give an inside look at campus cafeteria; Candidates debate; for RHA positions; Prospective leaders talk about their strengths; discuss options for future; Journalism school director receives notable award; Scripps Howard names Shirley Staples Carter administrator of the year; New nuclear plants could open in state; Many disagree about safety; other sources of power still options; President Clinton to visit Columbia for NAACP celebration; Organization wants; Confederate flag removed from State House grounds; High court mulls ‘bong hits’; School control over student speech at stake during arguments; Lost Boy Scout was homesick; 12-year-old’s father says his son tried; to hitchhicke home; Old-school animation gets glorious film rebirth; Disney returns to original format that won viewers: 2-D cartoons; princesses; Fear cattle; not wonderful petroleum; Energy solutions still far away; so enjoy dark fuel while search is ongoing; Player records should stay short; crime-wise; YARN SHOP OPENS NEAR CAMPUS; New store offers knitting gear; advice in cozy atmosphere; Tios on Main dishes; award-winning cuisine; Tex-Mex restaurant; refreshing break from typical Mexican fare; Tanner: Freshmen were ‘family’; Arrests; dismissal; of 2 new players affects coach; team; Madness in; full swing as tourney tightens up; Sweet 16 will soon be pared down to college basketball’s Elite Eight; Out of hibernation; Football team hits field for first time since Liberty Bowl victory; Softball bound for Rocky Top; Gamecocks to face; doubleheader against women Volunteers; Pride on the line; Gamecocks to play host; to formidable Hofstra in WNIT’s third round
University of South Carolina, Office of Student Media, "The Daily Gamecock, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 2007" (2007). March. 8.