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Will Muschamp

Effort, toughness, discipline

August 31, 2016, Thom Harman

Since becoming head football coach for the Gamecocks, Will Muschamp has been determined to instill his mantra of "effort, toughness and discipline" in his players. We caught up with the coach to get his answers to a few questions before the team kicks off his first season.

Alumni win Oscar

And the winner is ...

February 18, 2015, Thom Harman

The next time you marvel at the natural-looking forest in a movie or the realistic environments in a video game, you can thank Michael Sechrest and Chris King. And you won’t be alone. The movie industry just thanked them, too — with an Academy Award. In fact, their work prompted the academy to create a new category. For these Carolina grads, it was unfamiliar territory.

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Alumnus shares his artistic vision

November 03, 2014, Thom Harman

Alumnus and small business owner Mark Plessinger launched the First Thursday arts event on Columbia's Main Street in 2009. The monthly event has been credited with helping fuel the ongoing resurgence of the Capital City's downtown business district.

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Outreach program makes physics fun at S.C. State Fair

October 09, 2014, Thom Harman

It’s the smell of elephant ears, mustard and fried everything. It’s the uneasy feeling in the pit of your stomach as you clickety-clack up the first hill of the roller coaster. It’s the South Carolina State Fair, and it’s also Midway Physics Day, when thousands of kids from across the state learn that science can be cool.

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Kick out the jams

October 09, 2014, Thom Harman

Alumnus Jay Matheson, '82 media arts, prepares for the Jam Room Music Festival. Now in its third year, the annual event has played a major role in the revitalization of Columbia's Main Street.

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As a Gamecock, my vision has No Limits

August 16, 2013, Thom Harman

Distorted images. Uneven exposures. Blurred edges. The photographs taken by Taylor Singmaster, aren’t perfect, but that’s on purpose. Her pictures serve as metaphors for the lives of children with Down syndrome, whose worlds aren’t perfect either. But they are still beautiful, genuine, pure. Using a plastic toy camera the images may not be sharp, Taylor’s focus is clear.