As the beginning of basketball season draws near, the men's and women's teams will come together for the second annual Gamecock Tipoff event on Friday, Oct. 18. The event will be held on Hampton Street and Boyd Plaza.
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It's been a big week for Broadway. Actress Brittney Johnson debuted as the first Glinda of color in "Wicked." Carole King made a surprise appearance as herself in "Beautiful," a show based on King's life, to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the musical. Broadway's beloved Dolly of "Hello, Dolly!" Carol Channing died at age 97. Lin-Manuel Miranda returned to his title role in "Hamilton," this time brought to Puerto Rico. Draped in the country's flag, Miranda struggled to get through the song "Hurricane," and the show raised almost $15 million towards hurricane relief.
Carolina Judicial Council invited former state representative Bakari Sellers to mediate a discussion Monday night on civility in relation to the Carolinian Creed. Sellers also introduced the audience to his father's past, his background and his own definition of civility.
When the final out was recorded on Oct. 1, the 2017 Major League Baseball regular season had officially come to a close.
Music has a longstanding tradition of serving as a creative platform for artists to easily disseminate their message. Moments in history that are especially tumultuous may draw greater inspiration from musicians — Billie Holiday’s rendition of “Strange Fruit” in the midst of Jim Crow, CCR’s “Fortunate Son” sounding off on the Vietnam War and Beyoncé bringing celebration of black features and culture to the forefront in “Formation,” to name a few. Our country’s political landscape since the beginning of the election is no exception; there has been no shortage of songwriting material, and many musicians have not shied away from weighing in on current events. These songs may not appear in the Top 40 but, years from now, they will have preserved sentiments that represent life today. Below are some of the most enjoyable protest songs released since this time last year.
This year's list of candidates for Student Government elections contains what is likely a record number of students running for senate positions at the same time as a drop in the number of students running for executive positions. There are 92 students running for a total of 53 positions. Last year there were five candidates for president, while this year there are just three. Almost all of the academic units have enough candidates to fill their seats, except for the schools of social work, education, law and music. Campaigning begins Feb. 1 with a Candidate Showcase on Greene Street from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
In its second matchup versus a top 25 opponent this week, South Carolina was able to beat the No. 18 Syracuse Orange 64-50 due in large part to its suffocating man-to-man defense.
Four months from now, wins against South Carolina State, Holy Cross and Louisiana Tech will be long forgotten. However, South Carolina's men's basketball still has a chance to make this November memorable for the program and the entire college basketball world.
Every year, along with the rest of the country, I make the painful attempt to set an unbelievably vague goal that will inevitably be shoved under the rug when my other priorities take precedent. “Exercise more. Stress less. Make new friends. Save money. Travel.” These wannabe resolutions are doomed to self-sabotage before the first week of 2016 even ends.
Closing out a four-game road trip, No. 7 South Carolina (18-7) traveled to Conway, South Carolina, and blew a two-run lead, losing 9-8 in extra innings to Coastal Carolina.
No. 7 South Carolina (17-3) had already won its first two games against Kentucky (13-6) this weekend, but senior first baseman Kyle Martin’s late-game heroics on Sunday clinched a sweep of the Wildcats as the lefty hit a walk-off two-run home run in the tenth inning of the Gamecocks’ 6-4 win.
The 86th Academy Awards are this Sunday on ABC at 8:30 p.m. “Gravity” will probably take home the most awards because it will win most of the technical awards, but “12 Years a Slave” looks like it will snatch up the top prize of the night: Best Picture. If this critic were voting, “Blue Is the Warmest Color” would sweep up many statues. Sadly, it was not nominated for anything.
Annual event features an array of blue’s artists.
When Henrie Montieth Treadwell, James Solomon Jr. and Robert Anderson walked down the steps of the Osborne Administration Building 50 years ago, they were met by the tension of a university that had just opened its doors to African-American students for the first time.
The 2013-2014 academic year will be dedicated to celebrating the anniversary of USC’s desegregation, with academic and cultural events from September until April.
South Carolina will look to rebound from two tough conference losses today when they travel to Baton Rouge, La., to take on LSU.