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Freshman mourned by friends; Capstone resident Cothran dies in hospital after four-story fall; Group: Stop the spots; Red Cross Club promotes measles awareness; raises funds for global cause; NYPD searches for answer in noose case; Officers scrutinizing security tapes in Columbia University threat incident; Walk raises funds; support; Domestic Violence Awareness Month continues with a walk across Columbia; Candidates visit ‘Corridor of Shame’; Democratic nominees promise change; attention to schools; Massive turtle goes free; S.C. Aquarium releases ‘Edisto; " largest turtle it has ever recovered, Benedict College to up salaries, Drying lake reveals artifacts, Lake Moultrie shrinks to all-time low during unprecedented dry season, attracting tourists, Prioritizing crucial amid financial crisis, Single-sex education fosters prejudice, Gender-based segregation doesn’t provide real world interactions for students, Weaponry not always determinant in violence, Guns too quickly blamed in shootings, important factors often overlooked, New climate change theories ignored, Studies of non-human causes of global warming remain on backburner, Dinner with tradition: Camon, Local Japanese restaurant promises freshest ingredients, authentic cuisine even for diners afraid of raw fish, instead of gimmicks, events, Jim Gaffigan saves day with Conan, Hot Pockets, With combination of O’Brien’s ‘The Late Show’ shorts and endless commentary on food, pale comedian has constant supply of people ready to laugh at his antics, Pipettes’ new album toys with pop genre, England-based girl band makes sassy, sexy American debut, Fast food breakfast not worth weight, Alternative to typical drive-thru morning fare gives eaters healthy choice with more flavor for less money, cooked right at home, Overcoming struggles new style of SC football, Despite stumbling during second half, squad holds on for monumental win, Kings of the Hill, South Carolina holds on late in game to come away with close victory i"
University of South Carolina, Office of Student Media, "The Daily Gamecock, MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2007" (2007). October. 12.