Why should people get tattoos? Is that date on your shoulder the day your life changed? Maybe that bird-shaped dandelion was a dare. Honestly, we don’t know why. That’s for you to determine if you’re ever sitting in the parlor chair. These students don’t share the same intentions for sporting ink, but they do all share memories of the day that their parents found out.
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Wednesday, 16 November 2011 18:25
With the holidays creeping up, it can be tricky to figure out which friends or family members to spend your precious George Washingtons on—and more importantly, when you should save or splurge. Some loved ones are more dear to you than others, and you want to show them that. Or maybe you just owe them one. Here are some tips to help you decide who’s really worth it and who’s...well, NOT.
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Wednesday, 16 November 2011 18:18
Jazz is meant to be experienced live, and Columbia is no slouch when it comes to offering a variety of the genre. From bold, boisterous improvising full bands to a delicate, smooth flavor, jazz is perfect for a sultry evening out.
Wednesday, 16 November 2011 18:04
The latest film of the “Twilight” saga, “Breaking Dawn: Part 1,” comes out this month. You may already have your costume and fake blood ready to go for the midnight premiere or you might be sick of this Twi-Harding madness, waiting for just about any other supernatural creature to take vampires’ place.
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Dr. Rebecca Phillips, USC’s new band director, is a self-proclaimed “band geek” from Washington, DC, has had an illustrious music career, having worked at Louisiana State University and the University of South Florida before coming to Gamecock country. Dr. Phillips not only wants to increase the marching band’s size, but also generate greater excitement among fans.
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