In the Feb. 15 paper, we stated that Marco Rubio has been a senator since 2009. He has actually been a senator since 2011. We regret this error.
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CORRECTION: Monday's edition incorrectly identified Sarah Morse as an Arts & Culture editor. Sarah Nichols is the correct editor. The Daily Gamecock regrets the error.
Escaped SC inmate thought to be armed
The privatization of American prisons is but one of the many manifestations of corruption that can transpire in excessive capitalism.
In “Charges submitted to impeach Student Body President Kaufman,” the time at which the articles of impeachment were submitted was incorrect.
An infographic in on the front page of Tuesday's edition did not have a source. The information can be found here.
The story “Classmates to soulmates: alumni win HRTM wedding” in Monday’s edition wrongly stated where the couple met. Stephen Bandstra and Mahalia VanDeBerghe met in a design class. The Daily Gamecock regrets the error.
An article in Friday's edition said USC President Harris Pastides' son attended school in North Carolina. Andrew Pastides attended the Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities in South Carolina. The Daily Gamecock regrets the error.
Henry McMaster's Chief of Staff was misnamed in a brief in Monday's edition. His name is Mark Plowden.
A photo on the front page of Tuesday’s issue was inaccurately captioned. Kappa Kappa Gamma competed with Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. to win the Inaugural Stroll Off Monday evening. The Daily Gamecock regrets the error.
Benedict student bleeds to death in dorm
Operation Get Smart teaches responsibility