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Kara Apel

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University of South Carolina Board of Student Publications and Communications




Green fee proposed again; SG attempts to add $5 sustainability fee to tuition; Crowley discusses politics, journalism ; CNN anchor speaks as part of Buccheit Lecture Series; Burn, Baby, Burn; Demonstration educates students on fire safety; Additional ‘GameDay’ festivities announced; Sign making, overnight camping encouraged; ‘Pub Politics’ hosts college special; Democrats, epublicans debate local issues on Web-based talk show; Two thumbs down to environmental fee; Blackout shows students’ unity, school spirit at Alabama game; No room for celebrities in Oval Office; Donald Trump considers runfor president;Anti-counterfeiting act criminalizes piracy; Laws concerning illegal downloads could be standardized with ACTA; 5 THINGS TO DO FOR ESPN’S ‘COLLGE GAMEDAY; Camp Out; Make Signs; Paint Up; Pump Up the Student Section; Don’t Curse Out Lee Corso; ‘Proof’ hits stage; Drama’s superb acting, design keeps viewers on edge of their seats; LESLIE IN COLUMBIA; Group cites Led Zeppelin, Pearl Jam as influences on style; Gamecocks hit road on hot streak; USC to face Alabama, AU in league contests; VOLLEYBALL STAYS POSITIVE; Gamecocks remain optimistic, keep working hard despite slow start to season, league slate; Women’s golf hopes to impress at Invitational; Anderson looks for improvement in short game, putting this weekend; Carolina heads to Wildcat Invitational; Women’s tennis sends five athletes to Evanston, Ill., tournament

The Daily Gamecock, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2010