Burgers, pizza, sandwiches–after a while, it all tastes a little bland. We’ve covered some new territory for those of you brave enough to break away from your typical routine and try something different.
According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, on any given night, 672,000 people are homeless in the United States. To most, this is just a number. It doesn’t have a frail body, sad eyes, a growling stomach or cold, bare feet. One USC student, however, has seen the reality of this statistic.
It’s like something out of a futuristic society. A new local business venture has put the power of knowing where law enforcement is hiding into the hands of the people—a backwards “big brother.” The brainchild of USC student Alex Waelde, DrinkingTicket, has quickly grown into more than just a crowd pleaser to many Gamecocks; It has become a weekend necessity.
College baseball's Most Outstanding Player opens up to G&B.With all of the hype surrounding South Carolina baseball, it’s odd to see Carolina Stadium so deserted and calm on this late afternoon. As little as three months ago, thousands of fans created a sea of garnet and black in this exact vicinity, yelling, waving banners and trying to get handmade posters on ESPN. The Gamecock Nation had something for which to cheer – the team had just advanced to the Super Regionals of the College World Series.
Everyone knows what happened next. The Gamecocks wasted no time blowing through Omaha, and the experience culminated in the team hoisting an NCAA national championship trophy.