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Ron White is one of comedy’s straightest shooters, a scotch-soaked comic as wry as he is funny. You may know him as a charter member of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, or as his criminal alias “Tater Salad.” Before his October 2014 show at the Township Auditorium, White talked with The Daily Gamecock about his favorite comedians, the most inappropriate place he’s been drunk and his advice to aspiring comedians.
USC President Harris Pastides has had a busy week. As the head of one of Columbia’s largest organizations, he’s been deeply involved in the city’s decisions as it recovers from heavy flooding — and he has to take care of his students, too.
Due to flooding and heavy rainfall, USC classes for Monday, Oct. 5 have been canceled. Students and faculty are advised to stay at home until further notice.
Student Government Chief of Staff Trey Byars has resigned to work full-time for Marco Rubio's presidential campaign, according to Student Government Communications Director Charlotte Price.
Charges to impeach Student Body President Jonathan Kaufman were submitted Wednesday morning, according to the office of Student Body Vice President Lee Goble. The submission, penned by Kirby, alleges that Kaufman failed to nominate an Elections Commissioner two weeks after his March inauguration.
On the surface, you wouldn’t expect Bernie Sanders to excite the college crowd. He’s a 73-year-old white man who, after 25
years in Congress, has earned a reputation as a serious-minded policy wonk.
Paul McCartney has nothing to prove. “Yesterday” is the most
covered song ever, he’s a two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and he has 32
number one hit songs between his Beatles, Wings and solo work. And, yes, he’s
73. Don’t let his age fool you – if Paul McCartney wants to put on a great
show, he’s going to put on a great show.
Power has been restored after there were mass power outages across campus starting at 2:15 p.m. Thursday.
Fratmouth, Columbia’s newest group of noise punk provocateurs, has finally dropped an EP, and it’s a doozie. It’s tricky for a group of performance artists to take the jump to an EP, but they’ve managed to transfer their unique showmanship to the short-form medium.
Singer-songwriter Burt Bacharach, best known for composing hits like “What’s
New Pussycat?” and “What The World Needs Now Is Love” is coming to USC Friday at 3 p.m. for a free conversation with students. The event will be held
in the W.W. Hootie Johnson Performance Hall at the Darla Moore School of
“Justified” has long been the underrated drama of
television’s Golden Age. It mixes drama and humor as expertly as “Breaking Bad”
or “Mad Men” and spins season-long arcs with the best of them, but, coming into
its sixth and final season, the show is still under the radar. It’s a shame,
because it’s doing something that most TV dramas don’t: ending the right way.
Best Picture: Birdman
“I can do so many things with condoms now!”
Pentatonix, the inexplicably successful a cappella group known
mostly for its covers and medleys, is a pack of vultures.
Presidential candidates ask people questions. Some ask about their problems; some ask about their needs. Student president candidate Aaron Greene does that, but he aims higher, too.
After 16 years of hosting “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central, Jon Stewart is stepping down, effective later this year.
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Scott Dikkers looks unassuming. With a black sweater, Midwestern charm and a very bald
head, he gives off a Steve Jobs/Woody Harrelson vibe.