The Daily Gamecock, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 2011

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Vol: 107, Issue: 2, Page: 0-0

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USC halts fraternity rush; Technology woes plague campus’s first day class; Energetic Bachmann visits Columbia; This year’s luckiest Gamecock; Coast Guard recruiter wins $50; 000; Super Bowl tickets; FIRE ALARM CLEARS RUSSELL HOUSE; Lunchtime evacuation of student union lasts about 15 minutes; Comedy leads Carolina Productions calendar; University creates full-time LGBT coordinator position; Hundreds flock to Merchants Fair; Moore School goes global with telepresence software; Cisco technology; Students argue technological merits in Carolina Debate kickoff; Don’t get sold on school bookstore; Technology at USC short-circuits again; Gay Holocaust survivor leaves historical mark; Education missing from presidential debates; FRO-YO SHOWDOWN; Dance Across Columbia; Shag; Contra; Kristyn Winch; Alumni to cross country for cause; ReStore gives to Habitat mission; Sunset Boulevard eatery serves up authentic; award-winning dishes; Stars prove raw talent; reprise television roles; Township welcomes back local acts; TRY A NEW FALL SHOW!; Artist Profile Next Best Friend; Receivers continue to impress; USC thinks best is yet to come in ’11; Gamecocks enter year with lofty goals; hopes; KRATCH: A few steps toward fixing college football; Offensive line matched up with best in preseason drills; Tanner excited about returning pitching staff; Men’s hoops SEC schedule released; The pressure is on for Nutt; Ole Miss; Khurshudyan: Spurrier right to ban Gamecocks from Twitter; Combination of athletes; social media site disastrous; Gamecocks lose eight to MLB Draft; Butler still unsure on starting punter versus East Carolina; Spurrier: USC has potential to be great; Men’s tennis releases 2011-12 schedule
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By University of South Carolina, Office of Student Media, Published on 08/19/11