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This Weekend @UofSC

Friday, July 25:

Summer Movies at Riverfront Park
7 p.m. games, 8:30 p.m. movie, 312 Laurel St., Free

Columbia Blowfish Game + Fireworks Show
7:05 p.m., Capital City Stadium, 301 S. Assembly St., $7

Evil Dead, The Musical
8 p.m. (also Sat., 8 p.m.), Trustus Theatre, 520 Lady St., $13.50 fifteen minutes before curtain w/ Carolina Card

Noctambule Concert
8 p.m., Conundrum Music Hall, 626 Meeting St., $15

Saturday, July 26:

Soda City Market
9 a.m. – 1 p.m., 1500 Block Main St.

State House Tours
10 a.m. – 4 p.m., 1100 Gervais St., Free

Kickin' for Camp Kemo Kickball Tournament
10 a.m., 743 Greene St. Field

A Lotta Talent and a Little Luck: A Celebration of Stanley Donen
6 p.m., Hollywood Park, 300 S. Gregg St., Free

Sizzling Summer Concert Series
7-10 p.m., Finlay Park, 930 Laurel St., Free

Sunday, July 27:

Columbia Museum of Art
Noon – 5 p.m., 1515 Main Street, Free on Sundays

Zoovie Night
7 p.m., Riverbanks Zoo, 500 Wildlife Parkway, $5


The Latest for Students

How to make it in film, TV

How to make it in film, TV

This week when comic book fans take over part of San Diego for the annual ComicCon, one University of South Carolina alumnus will be brining it to the masses. That's because Blake Garris works for Marvel Comics, running parts of the comic company's website, including live streaming and creating videos from the famous comic convention.

Professor says teaching is a privilege

Professor says teaching is a privilege

Maryah Fram has a book in her office that she invites students to write in before they graduate, saying what they are going to do to make the world a better place. It's just one of the ways she connects with her students. A social work professor, Fram's focus is social policy and teaching the graduate-level class for students to apply what they've learned to real-life situations.

Not easy being green

Not easy being green

When Melissa Pilgrim's undergraduate students suit up for research, they don't reach for white lab coats and safety glasses. Instead, they don waders, battery-powered headlamps and lots of bug spray before heading into damp woodlands after dusk.

40 years and counting: Business school veteran makes another move

40 years and counting: Business school veteran makes another move

Julia Witherspoon is a sucker for something new: a new opportunity, a new responsibility, a new center or even a new building. New has oddly been a theme of her nearly 40-year career with the Darla Moore School of Business. This month, she has experienced new once more as the faculty and staff of the business school have begun moving into their new home at Assembly and Greene streets.

No Limits: Shelbretta Ball finds a new way to be on the team

No Limits: Shelbretta Ball finds a new way to be on the team

Basketball has been a part of Shelbretta "Brett" Ball's life since she was 5 years old. Even before she scored any points for the Gamecocks, a medical condition put her on the bench. But she's still on the team and contributing in a new way.

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