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Wind can make or break athletes chasing track records

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By: Raymond Hall Contributing Writer So close … yet so far away. This is the feeling many athletes in track and field have had in their careers. For a short-distance sprinter, long or… Continue reading

Shoestring Players show canceled Thursday, additional matinee added Saturday

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Lindsey Rhodes Contributing Writer Thursday’s opening night show of the Shoestring Players production of “The Great American Trailer Park Musical” was canceled. Technical issues forced the cancellation, according to a university announcement. A… Continue reading

Non-traditional students continue their dreams

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By: Colie Touzel Staff Writer Sometimes life gets in the way of one’s goals, or sometimes, there are simply those “students for life” who can’t get enough degrees. These paths often default in… Continue reading

Fans, USC Upstate basketball coach weigh in on USC-Baylor game

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By Eliana Restrepo Basketball fans are always good for opinions. Below are what fans of the University of South Carolina Gamecocks and Baylor Bears are saying about Friday’s game in the East Region… Continue reading

Reason why South Carolina will beat Baylor, or not

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By: Raymond Hall South Carolina plays Baylor Friday in New York City’s Madison Square Garden in the NCAA Basketball Sweet 16. The game begins at 7:29 p.m. and will be broadcast on TBS.… Continue reading

USC tries to keep its historic season rolling, plays Baylor in Sweet 16

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By Dan Gilliam The No. 7 seed University of South Carolina Gamecocks play No. 3 seed Baylor Bears in a Sweet 16 match up Friday at Madison Square Garden in New York City… Continue reading