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Public connects with homeless; People from different backgrounds unite to understand problem; Gamecocks lose blood battle but still raise most in university’s history; S.C. hunger rates among highest; Holiday closings strand students; Residence hall policies cause problems for out-of-state students; Detroit tops crime study; Controversial statistics rank top 10 dangerous cities in U.S.; Police shootings in spotlight; Mentally ill teenager shot 20 times despite his being unarmed; Low-tension question not debate material; Cell phones necessary to avoid disaster; Answering calls in middle of night could help friends stay safe in times of need; Ill students need to stay at home for others’ sakes; Classmates must consider others before bringing plague into lecture hall; Deck the Halls:; A guide to holiday party planning; Darkened versions of fall-inspired colors; muted; festive lighting; non-messy finger foods key in throwing successful party; Holidays bring nostalgic; festive programming; Thanksgiving; Christmas bring classic television like football; Macy’s Day Parade; New spin on Tex-Mex served at Casa Linda; Innovative Mexican restaurant marries tradition with modern cuisine concepts; provides alternative to traditional Monterrey dishes; Battle of USCs goes to Southern Cal; Mayo; Hackett prove to be too much as Carolina falls late; Women’s basketball keeps rolling with win over Bulls; Women’s basketball moves to 3-0 for first time since ‘02-’03
University of South Carolina, Office of Student Media, "The Daily Gamecock, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2007" (2007). November. 7.