Monthly Archive: October, 2013

Could Tattoos Become More Accepted in the Workplace?

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Katie Casteel Staff Writer With the growing popularity of tattoos and tattoo shops, more college students are going under the needle than ever before to get ink on their skins. There is always… Continue reading

“Gravity” Takes Viewers for a Ride

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Lety Good Assistant Editor Alfonso Cuarón’s “Gravity” took many Upstate viewers by surprise. As the trailer started playing in theatres before movies such as “Elysium” and “Insidious 2,” most audiences were not captivated… Continue reading

Fifth Annual Nu-Way 5K: Run, Eat, and Drink for a Cause

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Brittany Cooper Staff Writer Be prepared to stop for hundreds of runners in downtown Spartanburg. For the past five years, a locally owned sports bar, Nu-Way, has been hosting the Nu-Way 5K. This… Continue reading

USC Upstate Performs A Midsummer Night’s Dream

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Katie Casteel Staff Writer The USC Upstate Shoestring Players put a 1940s twist on a classic Shakespeare comedy, as they performed their first play of the school year “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” The… Continue reading

Soar across the Upstate: Gliding can liberate thrill-seekers

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Ira Pace Editor-in-Chief Upon landing at Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport, which serves as the base of operations for the Carolina Soaring Association, Phil Neumann climbed out of his glider to take a break… Continue reading

Rocktoberfest: Another CAB Hit

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Ira Pace Editor-in-Chief Hundreds of USC Upstate students filled the lower and upper parking lots near the Child Development Center on campus, and everyone was enjoyed their break from studying. Smells of funnel… Continue reading