The No. 15 Gamecocks women's soccer team came back in the second half against No. 21 NC State, securing a 2-1 win.
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The guy whose drink you spilled shouts “Sweet! Mosh!” and throws his cup on the ground in favor of hurling himself at the nearest person. Soon, the whole group of people near the stage is just a mass of people throwing their bodies at each other, and, contrary to your earlier fear, it’s super fun! Getting a few bruises is all part of the authentic experience, you decide, shoving another stranger away from you. You leave sweaty and excited, with an invite to come to the next show!
The guy whose drink you spilled either doesn’t hear you or doesn’t care, and soon he and the cute girl with tattoos are at the center of a mass of dancing and moshing, everyone screaming and singing along gleefully. Uh-oh. The song is almost over, and it seems like everyone’s having fun but you.
Failing to find anything more interesting to do, you move up toward the stage area and wait around, telling yourself that if more people show up, you’ll have a good spot reserved right at the front! As you settle in and pull out your phone so you at least look busy, some guy with a greasy ponytail comes up and points at you energetically.
You approach the kids and say hello. “You guys are awfully young to be here, did you drive yourselves?”
You make your way over to the girls. The nearly-crying one meets your eye. Her lips form a sharp pout. “Hey! Are you a feminist?”
The indie guys laugh. Their pointedly bored expressions soften. Nose Ring Boy high-fives you and tells you to follow them around back. They take you to an open garage, where a few groups of people are standing around while a band sets up on a makeshift stage made out of plywood. You’ve made it into the show! That was the easy part. Quick! Choose someone to hang out with so you don’t look lame! You see:
If it was a test, you’ve failed miserably. Now two annoying skater boys are laughing and shaking their heads as they turn to continue on their way. You hear a guitar being tuned as you walk back to your car in embarrassment.
Spiky Hair Boy shakes his head. “Bummer. What brand do you smoke?” Oh no. This is just embarrassing. Why would he ask that? Is this some kind of test?
“Hey! Indie boys! Is this the show?” you holler.
You get back in your car and show yourself out of the neighborhood. You end up heading over to Cook Out, grabbing a shake and listening to the new Lizzo album in the parking lot. The night isn’t a total bust, but did you really put glitter on your eyes just to eat fries in a hand-me-down minivan?
Recently the debate of what is truly ethical under capitalism has become somewhat of a hot button topic. Perhaps this Marxist idea has become popular due to the show “The Good Place,” in which the underlying topic of it all is that people’s actions become highly complicated because of “the exploitative systems in which we work and live.” Meaning, due to the way products and corporations source and execute policy in unethical ways, our consumption of said product will ultimately be unethical as well.
Harry and the Hootenannies take folk music to a new level with their genre-bending electric mandolin and psychedelic rock 'n’ folk sound.
After a battle throughout the summer, the Gamecocks finally have an answer for the backup quarterback position.
A lot of people expect you to know where you're going, especially when you're entering college or a new phase in life. From around the age of 17, we are all supposed to know who we are, what we want to do and how we are going to do it. That is highly unrealistic.
Students and faculty dispersed in May expecting to return to campus alongside an interim president and a plan to resume the search for a permanent replacement to President Harris Pastides, who retired after 11 years at the helm.
It's that time of year again when students can't wait to get away from home and parents can't quite seem to let them go. For some, moving in might just be a 20-minute drive down the road, but for others it's a day's drive or flight.
Multiple Five Points bars have either been shut down or will not renew their liquor license due to a continuing legal battle with neighborhood residents. Cover 3, Horseshoe and Saloon are the latest to close their doors, but more litigation could cause others to follow their lead soon.
A letter to my fellow Gamecocks,
A$AP Ferg will headline this year's Cockstock, Carolina Productions announced.