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This Weekend @UofSC

Friday, April 25

De-Stress for Success
1 – 5 p.m., Challenge Course behind Blatt P.E. Center, Free

AAAS/D9 Cookout
5 – 8 p.m., Greene St., Free

Free Movies at Russell House Theater
(all weekend)
 "I, Frankenstein" at 6 p.m., "American Hustle" at 9 p.m., Free

USC Softball v. Longwood
6 p.m., Carolina Softball Stadium at Beckham Field

USC Baseball v. Alabama
7 p.m., Carolina Stadium

Godzilla Double Feature
7 p.m., Tapp's Arts Center, $5 (includes both films)

Saturday, April 26

Soda City Market
9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Main Street

WUSC Jamboree
Noon – 10 p.m., El Burrito, 934 Harden St., $8

USC Softball v. Longwood
1 p.m., Carolina Softball Stadium at Beckham Field

USC Baseball v. Alabama
2 p.m., Carolina Stadium

Sunday, April 27

Greater Columbia Record Fair 
Noon – 5 p.m., Columbia Museum of Art, 1515 Main St., Free

Rock N' Run Fun Run & Concert
1 p.m., Five Points, 749 Saluda Ave., $20 (includes t-shirt and concert)

USC Baseball v. Alabama
1 p.m., Carolina Stadium

USC Gospel Choir
4 p.m., Greene St. United Methodist Church, 1106 Greene St., FREE

USC Wind Ensemble Concert
6 p.m., USC Historic Horseshoe, Free

The Latest for Students

Becoming a leader, getting ahead

Becoming a leader, getting ahead

A few years ago Thomas Landzert decided to step up and become a leader, something he wasn't preparing to do as a sophomore. In May, he will be among the first crop of students to graduate with leadership distinction.

Coming full circle

Coming full circle

Kristmar Muldrow grew up in an artistic household but here at the University of South Carolina, she's been able to discover what being an artist really means. Growing up with a graphic designer mother and an architect dad meant Muldrow, a junior studio art major, never had a shortage of art supplies. These days, though, she's using more digital skills to create her works.

'Sue my car, not me'

'Sue my car, not me'

It might seem like a flight of fantasy -- a car that could actually drive you to work (or your child to soccer practice) all by itself -- but the technology is being tested and its advent on roadways is all but inevitable. The question now is determining who will be blamed when a self-driving car causes an accident.

Helping Carolina women stand strong

Helping Carolina women stand strong

When Skye Klink studies abroad in Prague this fall, she wants to be prepared. Having studied abroad in Spain last summer, she knows the ups and downs of settling into another culture. This semester Klink decided to prepare for her upcoming trip by enrolling in a for-credit self-defense class taught by professors Ed Carney and Shannon Henry from Surviving Assault and Standing Strong (SASS), a local self-defense organization for women.

New SGA President takes office

New SGA President takes office

New student body President Lindsay Richardson wants to help the University of South Carolina grow and to create more services that can improve students' daily lives, such as an umbrella checkout program for those caught unprepared on a rainy day.

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