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business school; teegan; joel smith; moore school; international business; national student exchange; study abroad; international; parody; trustus theatre; peanuts; dog sees god; comic strip; Schulz; charlie brown; hindu; temple; cultural center; india day; costumes; dance; Go International; National Student Exchange offers unique opportunities; BUSINESS SCHOOL CHOOSES TEEGAN; Hildy Teegan will succeed Joel Smith as dean of Moore school beginning next week; Hindu temple offers classes; place of peace; Cultural center will host India Day on Sept. 29; with costumes; dance; Parody play hits stage; Trustus Theatre begins season with ‘Peanuts’ take-off ‘Dog Sees God’; Police discuss Internet safety issues; Sheriff ’s office holds seminars to educate about online threats; HEAVY WATER NOT A THREAT; Tests show drinking water near S.C. nuclear waste site safe; Hurricane sneaks up on coast; Instant hurricane: Humber fastest-growing storm near land; Mother faces homicide charges; Heyward hid bodies of her already dead children in home; Day off for sex proves; Russians aren’t so cold; Media should recognize USC victory; Gamecocks earned win against Bulldogs; analysts need to credit team skill; SG should ask students’ opinions; do more good; Reconnecting with voters necessary in addressing issues of true importance; New biopic chronicles life of Dylan; Fans obsess over; idolize musical legends for fascinating lives; provocative stories; Museum of Art hosts Poets Summit; Award winning poets will read work at event sponsored by South Carolina’s Poetry Initiative; Celebrity world continues misbehavior; Rocker battles; bad attitudes; drug use; carousel rehab visits still characterize lives of rich and famous; Mike Davis breaking away from the pack; Receivers need big showing Saturday; Spurrier warns against looking past first meeting with Bulldogs; Agile passer focus of USC defense; Production from entire unit needed to shut down option attack; Five Questions with Jake Broom; U-Wire
University of South Carolina, Office of Student Media, "The Daily Gamecock, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2007" (2007). September. 10.