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The Daily Gamecock, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2007

By Office of Student Media University of South Carolina

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Topics: Tiger Burn update; Senate nixes online votes; Approved election code revision bill does away with voting during club meetings; Debate team cut remains mystery; Coach; ex-players say no effort was made to help winning squad; Class sign-up frustrates USC; Ducks Unltd. protects fowl; National organization calls for student interest in wildlife conservation; Official recommends HPV shot; Student Health Center immunization coordinator urges student vaccination; Watchdog group investigates Sanford; Common Cause senses ‘bad smell’ in campaign finances; Bees swarm Houston; University officials seek humane solution to bee infestation on campus; University should pay students for Fridays; Congress pleasures self; then all others; Money makes the world go round, ; also inspires government to wake up; Education should not be limited by systems; Choice; within monopoly seems large contradiction to freedom of selection; Christmas not just about Santa; gifts; Togetherness; friendship among true reasons for preemptive celebration; Spillin’ the beans; Vista Lights brings holiday cheer; family entertainment to Columbia; Seasonal festival offers free activities; food; fun at local district; Open source; After being discovered on MySpace; Colbie Caillat is rising; Bubbly; star rockets from online success to national tours; top of pop charts; Carolina preps for Cavaliers showdown; Ross steps up for Gamecocks; Sophomore guard reflects on last year’s trip to California; embraces increased role with team; Breaking down the SEC East and West rankings; Vols hold top spot in East division; USC makes surprise with strong finish; USC beats Memphis in OT; moves on in tourney; Scannella’s goal breaks 1-1 tie to defeat Tigers
Publisher: Scholar Commons
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:scholarcommons.sc.edu:gamecock_2007_nov-1010

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