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USC professor shares insight on Gaza

Due to the complexity of the cultural and political issues at work in the conflict in Gaza, it can be difficult for Americans to piece together a holistic understanding of the situation there. Read More


Indie Grits receives hefty grant

Columbia’s Nickelodeon Theatre recently received the prestigious “Our Town” grant from the National Endowment for the Arts on behalf of the Indie Grits Film Festival that the theater hosts each spring. Read More


Favre sparks interest in Columbia

Hundreds of fans made their way to the Township Auditorium Thursday night to listen to the former face of the Green Bay Packers franchise talk about his playing days. Read More


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Players inspire young readers


When players from the USC men’s basketball team joined Cocky’s Reading Express Thursday, the elementary school children gathered in the auditorium of the Richland County Public Library were in for a special treat. Read More


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Players inspire young readers

When players from the USC men’s basketball team joined Cocky’s Reading Express Thursday, the elementary school children gathered in the auditorium of the Richland County Public Library were in for a special treat.


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Gamecocks shoot for 8,000 season tickets

Last week, the men’s basketball team’s “8k in 8 Days” community outreach tour brought basketball players to several local events and service efforts, including a Special Olympics program, Cocky’s Reading Express, the Richland County Sheriff Future Stars Camp, the Fort Jackson kid’s clinic and a visit Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital.





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Indie Grits receives hefty grant

Columbia’s Nickelodeon Theatre recently received the prestigious “Our Town” grant from the National Endowment for the Arts on behalf of the Indie Grits Film Festival that the theater hosts each spring.


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