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FILE—Freshman forward Gregory “GG” Jackson II dribbles around a Razorback defender on Feb. 4, 2023. Jackson declared for the NBA draft in an Instagram Live video on Friday.
Don Toliver performs on the Frank Stage on the second day of the Day N Vegas music festival at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on Nov. 13, 2021. (Allen J. Schaben/Los Angeles Times/TNS).
Second-year fashion merchandising and retailing student Augusta Roach strolls the runway wearing Sherri Hill at New York Fashion Week on Sept. 9, 2022. Roach says this experience was one of the greatest of her modeling career so far.
Senior forward Aliyah Boston goes in for a point during South Carolina's matchup with UCLA on Nov. 29, 2022. The Gamecocks beat the Bruins 73-64.
FILE—Senior guard Zia Cooke lays the ball in during South Carolina’s game against South Florida in round two of the NCAA tournament at Colonial Life Arena on March 19, 2023. The Gamecocks defeated the Bulls 76-45.
Sophomore Silan Ayyildiz (right) won the 800-meter race in a come-from-behind victory with a time of 2:06.41, the third fastest time in school history, on Feb. 4, 2023. Ayyildiz won the one-mile race the previous day, breaking the school and facility record in the process.
First-year finance student Drew Michalak is an administrator for the production. He said he got involved after falling in love with the people and music. “Our hope for Rock On The Dock in the future is to continue doing what we’re doing right now, which is setting up monthly concerts for student artists to showcase their talent. But, like I said earlier, we’re very, very small," Michalak said. "So, our goal is to make Rock on the Dock a monthly student event that the student body knows they have a choice to attend.”
A group of friends enjoy the Women on the Dock performance from the sidewalk on March 20, 2023. The event was a special version of Rock the Dock featuring female musicians.
A group of friends enjoy the Women on the Dock performance from the lawn on March 20, 2023. The event was a special version of Rock the Dock featuring female musicians.
Fourth-year sport and entertainment management student Maddie Hunt is the director of Rock On The Dock and hopes to open her own production business in the future. “Rock On The Dock to me means a community that has come together to empower musicians," Hunt said. "It’s that one place where if you hit a wrong key, you don’t have to feel bad about it because everyone else is still just going to be proud of you just for even getting up on stage (and) having that confidence to serenade people. I think that that's kind of what it means to me, it’s just a confidence-building community for musicians.”
Third-year musical theatre student Kate Falvey loves coming out to Rock On The Dock to support her talented friends. “I’ve known Hope since I was a freshman here, and I went and saw her perform at a talent show and she absolutely killed it," Falvey said. "I’ve just gotten to watch them grow a lot, which is really cool.”
Third-year music industry studies student Julia Clark performs during Women on the Dock. Clark has a love for music and said she wants to spread her voice to others and be a positive change. “It’s been so cool and so special because I feel like sometimes in the music industry, obviously, women get kind of shoved to the side a little bit. So, this is the chance for me and my good friend Hope to come out and show our stuff and kind of get to be the center of attention for the day, which is super nice and super fun," Clark said.
For fourth-year music industry studies student Hope Wilberger, music is therapeutic and a way to deal with internal conflicts, hardships and struggles. “I’m following the music and I’m following my heart, and my dream is just to be a performer. I want to inspire and help others with my music. My main goal is to help just at least one person relate to my music in some way or another, the way music has helped me," Wilberger said.
Second-semester masters student Malik Pratt heard about Rock On The Dock through social media and said he decided to come out to support people in his classes and soak in their talent. “I definitely think (Rock On The Dock will have) more situations like this where it’s women composers and maybe even have bigger collaborations with more of the School of Music," Pratt said. "Everybody come into the music industries and support one another, because we're all a part of the same thing (and) we’re all trying to make music, so it’s so important.”
FILE—Sophomore catcher Cole Messina walks up to the plate on Feb. 18, 2023. Messina had two runs in three at bats for the Gamecocks' during the second of three games against UMass Lowell.