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Bleeding Trees members, (from left to right) guitarist Gavin Seboe, guitarist and vocalist Jeremy Wheeler and bassist Boodrix Seboe, perform at New Brooklyn Tavern on Aug. 21, 2022 dressed up as Lowe's employees. The alternative grunge emo band said it finds inspiration in their music from a mix of religion, anime, funk and metal bands like Metallica and Megadeath.
Bleeding Trees members, (from left to right) drummer Blake Walker, guitarist Gavin Seboe, guitarist and vocalist Jeremy Wheeler and bassist and backup vocalist Boodrix Seboe, pose together after a house show in Sumter, SC on Jan. 1, 2023. The Columbia-based alternative grunge emo band said it likes to bring theatrics and emotion in their songs and performances.
FILE—Sophomore pitchers Eli Jones (left) and Matthew Becker (right) cheer with their teammates after a South Carolina batter walks in the first inning against Clemson on March 5, 2023. The Gamecocks beat the Tigers 7-1.
Senior forward Aliyah Boston; senior guard Brea Beal; redshirt freshman guard Raven Johnson; junior center Kamilla Cardoso and senior guard Zia Cooke reset after a timeout at the Final Four match against the University of Iowa on March 31, 2023.
The South Carolina club hockey team cheers after winning the Palmetto Cup, beating Clemson 8-5 in the final game of the season on March 3, 2023, at Flight Adventure Park in Irmo, South Carolina. The Gamecocks ended up winning 2-1 in the Cup series overall. The team beat the Tigers 7-1 in Greenville, South Carolina, on Jan. 28, 2023, but had a 5-4 loss during its first matchup on Nov. 11, 2022, in Irmo, South Carolina.
Tesla owner Laura Streit using one of the few available Tesla supercharging stations in Columbia, South Carolina, on Feb. 8, 2023. The charging station can take a Tesla Model 3 to full charge in eight and a half to 10 hours at a 220 voltage, giving it a range of 315 miles.
Columbia resident Laura Streit uses the Tesla app in her Tesla Model 3 to find a nearby charging station on Feb. 8, 2023. A Tesla's built-in touch screen offers an easy-to-use navigation system to help drivers locate supercharger stations and other necessities.
Violinist Jessica Rafferty (left) teaches a violin lesson to a student (right), as her mother helps her. The Suzuki Academy is a non-profit organization that teaches children how to play music from a young age.
Members of the South Carolina section of the American Water Works Association and the Water Environment Association, also known as "Water Club," gather together after their Adopt a River cleanup on Feb. 18, 2023. The club promotes environmental education through clean-ups and water quality testing.
Third-year environmental health sciences doctoral student Macayla Upright (left), first-year undeclared undergrad student Natalie Moore (center) and second-year environmental health sciences doctoral student Sarah Sellers (right) clean up one of the clubs Adopted Rivers on Feb. 18, 2023. The USC "Water Club" promotes environmental education through clean-ups and water quality testing.
A photo of EdVenture Children's Museum located off of Gervais street in Columbia, S.C. The museum opened in 2003 and is the largest museum in the Southeastern United States.
A picture of "Eddie," the "world's largest 10-year-old boy," at the EdVenture Children's Museum. The figure is interactive and the museum encourages children to go inside and use the figure to learn about parts of the human body.
FILE—Senior Ayana Akli follows through with a hit on March 1, 2023, at Carolina Tennis Center. Akli was All-SEC First Team in 2022.
FILE—Freshman pitcher Eli Jerzembeck winds up his arm to pitch to the Fighting Quaker batter at Founders Park on Feb. 26, 2023. The Gamecocks won all three games in the series after their 6-5 win.