December 19, 2009 This letter serves to nominate Sarah Jones for Designer of the Year as presented by CNBAM. Sarah joined us in the summer of 2008. She started as the assistant creative director. She showed great skills and an amazing drive to always get better. Most members of the production staff stay away from the marketing department and the newspaper staff, but Sarah has gotten to know her co‐workers, and she even sits in on sales meetings. Her out going personality has allowed her to build working relationships with people in the office, which allows for an easier work environment.
Sarah is never shy about asking questions. She works hand in hand with the marketing
staff and the clients to develop the perfect ad for each campaign. Hard work and a dedication to her job make Sarah one of a kind when it comes to being a designer. Coming from a marketing standpoint, Sarah’s ability to throw in her own opinion in how a client should design their ad helps us to sell more color ads and larger ads. Not only does she design the ads, but she also shows her skills when it comes to discovering ways to increase readership and help out student media as a whole.
Sarah was thrown into the position of creative director because of a graduating co‐
worker. Since then, she has risen to the challenge and done very well. Even with the economy the way it has been this year Sarah has created many ads with all positive results. Sarah is constantly getting better and continues to be an integral part of student media.
I am sure that there will be many great designers, but I assure you that none put in
more effort than Sarah. Thank you, William Coffey Marketing Director
December 17, 2009 This letter serves to nominate Sarah Jones for CNBAM’s Designer of the Year. Sarah Jones has been working for Student Media since February of 2008 when she joined The University Times staff. In spring of 2009 Sarah joined our production team in the marketing department as a production assistant. In fall of 2009 Sarah moved up to the role of creative director. As creative director Sarah continued her duties from the previous year‐ creating newspaper ads and flourished in the added the duties of overseeing other student designers; designing in house material; and working closely with clients in creative solutions to reach college students. Sarah has developed a specific talent for making eye‐catching flyers and ads that capture the spirit of the school by using hand‐drawn lettering and images mixed with digital editing and bright color schemes. Her design stands out from the rest of the pack because it is uniquely hers and original while still appealing to the student body. Sarah has been a great addition to the team and we look forward to what her bright future has in store. Respectfully submitted, Pete Hurdle Graphics Production Coordinator, Student Media Publications Digital Media Professor, UNC Charlotte Art Department UNC Charlotte
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January 2, 20010 Dear CNBAM Judges, I am writing to you to recommend Austin Falley for the award of Designer of the Year. This past year was Austin’s first as an ad designer for The University Daily Kansan and in that time he demonstrated versatility, a great work ethic and of course great skill in producing ads. One of the things that strikes me as I look at Austin’s portfolio from this past year is the range and quality of his work. At one moment Austin can be working on a small ad promoting a local piano bar and the next be doing a series of full-page, full-color ads promoting Lawrence’s largest night club. He produces superior work with clients as large as Kansas Athletics to clients on a smaller scale like a jewelry store in downtown Lawrence. To each ad though Austin approaches it with as much professionalism and creativity as possible satisfying not only the account executive but more importantly the client themselves. His work is not only visually arresting but perfectly designed for the student readers of our newspaper. He creates ads for his zone members far ahead of deadline and stays until he feels the ad is absolutely perfect. And if an ad needs to be designed at the last second Austin still finds a way under a tight schedule to make it work as well. A great example of Austin’s versatility is demonstrated through one of The Kansan’s largest advertisers; Abe and Jakes. The Kansan has held a great relationship with this nightclub for many years now working on numerous co-promotions and ad campaigns that have helped make it the number one nightclub for students in Lawrence. In the Spring of 2009 Austin started working on the campaign and produced a series of visually striking ads centered around once a month promotions that the nightclub was throwing and that were a continued success. In the Fall of 2009 though the owner of the nightclub informed The Kansan that he was looking to shake up their image a little bit. Due to budget concerns they could no longer afford to just run a series of full-page ads to promote the club weekly, they needed to get smaller and more frequent. Austin and the account executive met with the nightclub and crafted a campaign that gave them more frequency and at the same time helped accomplish another goal of the nightclub; promote a better overall image. Rather than designing full-page, fullcolor ads Austin now designed smaller 1/8th page reverse ads, unique looking L-shaped ads and quarter page ads for The Kansan’s entertainment products. His hard work has paid off as Abe and Jake’s has enjoyed even greater business but more importantly seen their dollars stretched into more frequency and even more creative ads. Austin’s work has also helped to promote a better overall image of our newspaper. One of the big themes that The Kansan works for is to help make the student readers feel involved in the paper. One way we’ve worked to accomplish this is through a co-promotion with Kansas Athletics where students submit slogans for an annual game day shirt and then vote on those slogans with the winning slogan awarded prizes and put on a t-shirt for all to buy. After last year both parties felt that the campaign had become a little tired so we asked Austin to give it a shake up and he delivered admirably. The campaign Austin produced was modeled after World War 2 recruiting ads and helped deliver the message to students that they should get involved as it was THEIR shirt. The message across The Kansan was hit with hundreds of shirt submissions followed by thousands of votes for the winning slogan; “We Walk the Walk and Rock the Chalk” and more importantly the sense of pride with students has continued as we’ve sold already after two months double the number of shirts that we did last year all together. More importantly it helped to create an even stronger bond with our readers. In addition Austin designed a branding campaign for the paper displayed t-shirts, tote bags and playing cards handed out to incoming freshmen that built brand loyalty from day one as 86% of freshmen surveyed revealed they were reading The Kansan.
Austin works with many of our other ad designers to make their work better. When one walks into the production room you can often find Austin spending time with some of the paper’s younger designers helping them brainstorm solutions to problems, work through technical gaffes and produce better work over all. In addition to coaching others Austin craves knowledge for himself by working with some of The Kansan’s more senior designers to find out how to make his own work better. When one of our production staff is under the weather or bogged down by class Austin will eagerly chip in to help lay the paper out for the night to help out all parties involved. Austin’s skills as a designer have benefited not only the staff of the Kansan but its clients as well. His innovative and creative thinking have helped to create a tighter bond with our readers. And he has also found a way to teach others how to become better designers as well. When looking at all of this combined I can think of no better candidate from our paper and I hope you will see fit to reward him with this prestigious award. Sincerely, Jon Schlitt Sales and Marketing Adviser The University Daily Kansan
January 2, 2010 Dear CNBAM Judges, I am writing to you in support of Austin Falley and in the recommendation of him as recipient of Designer of the Year. In the past calendar year, I have worked more with Austin than any person on our staff to create and deliver quality advertising products and results for our clients. His design ability and experience has made my job as an account executive easy and enjoyable as we worked together on many different projects. Austin’s performance at work is tremendous, and it is a testament to his work ethic. He has created fantastic ads not only for me, but also for others on staff he works with. The first person in the office every morning, he is always there to create and touch up ads at a moments notice. His ability to balance school, another part time job at a bank, and his job at the University Daily Kansan really shows his tremendous drive and discipline to excel in all three fields. With regards to his portfolio, it is wide-ranging and very diverse. I am impressed with his ability to shift his focus from a small black and white ad to a large one filled with color in a matter of minutes. He truly has an eye for design and thinking outside of the box. His unique approach to ads within our Abe & Jakes campaign is the best I have seen in my five semesters on the University Daily Kansan. His work on this campaign in the past two semesters has been amazing. His creative mindset and strategy he puts forth when creating ads for Abe & Jakes nightclub is simple yet very effective. When he created the numerous full-page full color ads for Abe & Jakes this past year, for events such as Mardi Gras, St. Patrick’s Day, Stop Day, Back to School Party and Halloween, he had an idea going forward for each. Whether it was an artistic picture that caught the reader’s attention, or the manner in which the text in the ad was displayed, these ads were very reader friendly and helped Abe & Jakes increase student traffic to their establishment. In analyzing the design of Austin’s ads from a sales and marketing standpoint, I feel he accomplished this better than any designer on staff. As a designer with clients that include bars or nightclubs, such as Abe & Jakes, the Barrel House, and Frankie and Johnny’s, it can be tough incorporating their image and message in the paper in a graphically pleasing way. Austin has always made it a point to keep his ads classy and clean with little clutter as possible. It portrays an image of quality and consistency that can be found in the University Daily Kansan day after day. When Austin and I inherited Abe & Jakes as our client, their ads in the past had not been as pleasing to the eye or creative as we had liked. Austin and I went back to the drawing board and really wanted to create an image of Abe & Jakes that they had been seeking since being crowned Lawrence’s best nightclub. Through focus groups and other brainstorming, we accomplished the goal of creating a clean and consistent ad campaign seen in his portfolio that is CNBAM worthy. Another campaign I enjoy viewing but did not work with Austin on was his “Search for the Shirt” campaign last spring. His nostalgic use of famous World War II ad images was something I had never seen before incorporated into a college newspaper. The interesting and extensive use of these images not only produced a classy and classic ad campaign, but one that was extremely successful as well. Many students sent in their idea for the next KU Game day T-shirt, and I know a lot of that credit has to go to Austin and his hard design work. Credit must also be given to Austin for his work with me on a client, Scooter’s Coffeehouse, in the spring of 2009. Austin created an eye-pleasing coupon for free coffee that was an insert in the newspaper. That coupon resulted in over $10,000 worth of coffee sold to KU students while at the same time establishing Scooter’s as top of mind with students.
The final and most important aspect of Austin as a designer is how he interacts with clients he works with at the University Daily Kansan. Austin has been my creative for the past two semesters, and he has been on more client calls with me than I can remember. He always wants to be part of the sales process when interacting with clients. The presence of Austin there for myself cannot be put into words. He has helped me pitch and sell numerous ad ideas and designs to clients with me, which greatly helps the sales process. I feel comfortable taking him on client calls with me because he is a very smart, well spoken young man who can effectively communicate what an ad or campaign will do for a client from a design standpoint. He has accompanied me on almost every Abe & Jakes client call I have ever been on, and I believe that is the reason our relationship with that establishment is so successful. Ryan Lantz, the manager of Abe & Jakes, knows both of us on a first-name basis and really enjoys interacting with us. When Ryan informed me this past semester that they were looking to cut their ads dollars a bit with our publication, Austin helped me in creating an ad campaign that was just as effective as our previous one. He really cares about their business and seeing them succeed, and a cost effective campaign going forward established by Austin and I will keep that relationship healthy. Simply put, Austin is an incredible designer and thinker who is always pushing the envelope when it comes to creating advertisements and campaigns for the University Daily Kansan. His commitment to excellence is second to none, and he truly has a vested interest in the success of his clients and the well being of our fantastic publication. I know for a fact that I would not be where I am at the University Daily Kansan had it not been for my close creative work and friendship with Austin. I heartily endorse him for Designer for the Year, and I hope my sentiments are echoed in your decision. Sincerely, Todd Brown Senior Account Executive University Daily Kansan
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December 17, 2009 To whom it may concern: I would like to nominate Elizabeth A. Howell for CNBAM’s Designer of the Year award. In 2009, Ms Howell was instrumental in the planning and design of sales fliers; the 2009‐2010 rate card; outside projects; an H1N1 PSA campaign; and an image campaign for Student Media. Beginning in spring 2009, Ms. Howell's talent and work ethic were evident in the layout and design work she did while creating advertisements for clients of The Daily Gamecock newspaper. Also in spring 2009, Ms. Howell served as an editorial designer creating editorial layouts. She acted as a de facto liaison between the advertising and editorial design staffs sharing knowledge and information whenever possible to the betterment of both groups. During May 2009, Ms. Howell spearheaded the design of the Student Media 2009‐2010 rate card. For the rate card, Ms. Howell created a custom illustration for the cover; acted as lead designer directing a fellow student designer’s work; and coordinated student photographers. Also, Ms. Howell met with sales reps to find out what needs they had for the new rate card. The final product was well received by clients and sales reps and is an entry in the CNBAM Best Printed Rate Card category. In summer 2009, Ms. Howell worked closely with the Advertising Manager and student sales staff to produce numerous special section sales fliers for the fall 2009 semester. Along with the sales flier design, Ms. Howell also created 5 covers for the special sections. This coordination produced a sales flier‐special section cover set with consistent design and information, which made them better sales tools. During summer 2009, Ms. Howell worked with the Student Organizations Coordinator and Student Government leaders to produce three manuals: Advisor’s Handbook, Treasurer’s Handbook and Fundraising Handbook. The publications were designed as e‐publications and were disseminated via Student Government Web site or email. The client was very
pleased with the layout and design of these publications – which originally were assigned to separate designers, but at the client’s request were turned over to Ms. Howell. In the fall 2009 semester, Ms. Howell worked diligently and with minimal supervision as lead designer on an H1N1 PSA campaign. Student Media and Student Health Services partnered to create a campaign consisting of several print and online ads to educate the Carolina community on preventing the spread of H1N1 flu; vaccinating against traditional and H1N1 flu; and treating the sick. Ms. Howell created the campaign’s overall design and supervised its implementation in black and white and color newspaper ads; full color magazine print ads; full color fliers; and Web banner ad PSA. The campaign ran for the entire fall 2009 semester. It will run in the spring 2010 semester as well. Also during the fall 2009 semester, Ms. Howell acted as the lead designer in creating the Student Media image campaign “It’s Worth A Look”. Ms. Howell collaborated with another student designer to create the campaign theme. Then she took charge of the project. Out of her own initiative, she scheduled a photo shoot in a College of Media Arts studio for eleven models; scheduled a student photographer; coordinated with the Director of Student Media about getting pizza and drinks for the models; and acquired a student videographer to film the photo shoot. After the photos and video were taken, she edited the photos for use in print and Web and worked with the student video production staff in creating two 30 second spots. She later uploaded the videos to Youtube.com and have been deployed on the Student Media Web site. Also, Ms. Howell did the design and layout of the campaign’s black and white and color newspaper ads; full color magazine print ads; display case graphics; full color fliers; Web banner ad and Web site banner artwork. The breadth of work accomplished by Ms. Howell in 2009 is impressive. All through the year, Ms. Howell used her talent as a designer to elevate the work in our office; was a dedicated employee willing to take charge; collaborated with students and staff; displayed uncommon leadership for a student; was able to solve problems on her own; and was able to get things done with minimal supervision. At every turn, Ms. Howell’s dedication, talent and work ethic surpassed my expectations. I wholeheartedly recommend her for CNBAM’s Designer of the Year award. She is the ideal nominee. Sincerely, Edgar Santana Creative Director
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Co-Producer of “Talk of the Town” for SGTV
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YOUR Guide to your first week at carolina SPECIAL PULL-OUT SECTION
Wondering what to do before classes start?
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS signature events Saturday, August 15 Monday, August 17
Campus Life Center Open House
Wednesday, August 19 Thursday, August 20
First Night Carolina
Tue, Aug. 18 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Russell House 227
Opportunity Knocks Part-Time Job Fair
Sat., Aug. 15 7:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. Greene Street
Sunday, August 16 New Student Convocation Sun., Aug. 16 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Carolina Coliseum
International Student Cookout Sun., Aug. 16 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Russell House Patio
First-Year Reading Experience Mon., Aug. 17 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Carolina Coliseum
Tue., Aug. 18 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Calcott 011
Welcome Back Concert! Mon., Aug. 17 3:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Blatt P.E. Fields
Tuesday, August 18 Student Media Summer Showcase Tue., Aug. 18 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Russell House Patio
Minority Student Welcome
I LOVE YOU MAN on the Big Screen! Tue., Aug. 18 7:00 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. Davis Field adjacent to the Russell House
Wed., Aug. 19 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Russell House Ballroom, SEC Room
Thu., Aug. 20 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Greene Street (Russell House Lobby as rain location)
Friday, August 21
Wed., Aug. 19 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Blatt P.E. Center Fields
Carolina After Dark
Hypnotist Michael C. Anthony
Fri., Aug. 21 10:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m. Russell House University Union
Wed., Aug. 19 8:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Russell House Ballroom
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College Colors Day is September 4th Wear your Gamecock Colors!
Wondering what to do before classes start?
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Saturday, August 15 Residence Hall Parent’s Meetings sponsored by: Residence Life Sat., Aug. 15 Location Varies Residence Halls Come and meet the staff in the Freshman Center residence halls to discuss the common issues parents experience when their student comes to USC. Check for flyers in the residence halls for times and locations. Move-In Day - sponsored by: Carolina Alumni Association Sat., Aug. 15 8:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. Greene Street Drop by the Carolina Alumni Association’s table on Greene Street to pick up some great prizes if you’re wearing your new student member shirt! If you haven’t gotten your shirt yet, this is the place to pick it up. Bring mom and dad with you, and we’ll make sure they get some lemonade and other fun gifts. Parking Project - sponsored by: Residence Hall Association
to provide assistance connecting your computer to the network. Drop In on Move In Day - sponsored by: Lutheran Campus Ministry Sat., Aug. 15 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Campus Ministry Center 728 Pickens Street
International Student Cookout sponsored by: Student Government
Sat., Aug. 15 7:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. Greene Street
Sun., Aug. 16 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Russell House Patio
First Night Carolina serves as the first official welcome for all new students at Carolina. Students meet on Greene Street and are bussed to an undisclosed location to celebrate being a Gamecock!
SUNDAY, AUGUST 16 Worship Sundays - sponsored by: Presbyterian Student Association
Join the Presbyterian Student Association (PSA) for breakfast and then worship at Shandon Presbyterian Church. Meet at PSA.
iCare Center: Move In Weekend sponsored by: University Technology Services Sat., Aug. 15 11:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m. Sun. Aug. 16 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Mon. Aug. 17 1:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tues. Aug. 18 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Wed. Aug. 19 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Russell House 302, 303, 304 University Technology Services will provide technical support for students on the 3rd Floor of the Russell House during Move In Weekend. Staff will be available
Thomas Cooper Librar y Tours sponsored by: Thomas Cooper Library
First Night Carolina - sponsored by: Student Life
From 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., the Residence Hall Association and its coalition of student leaders at USC help coordinate the flow of campus traffic on move-in day.
Stop by the central location for parents on Move-In Day! Take a break from moving in to pick up information about the services provided by the Office of Parents Programs for parents of undergraduate students, and talk with representatives from the Department of Student Life about the many ways your student can get involved on campus. Campus maps and information about Columbia also will be available. Enjoy great music while cooling off with water and soft drinks and the popular misting fan!
Sun., Aug. 16 7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Russell House Ballroom meeting rooms
Come meet Pastor Frank Anderson, and student leaders and enjoy some cool lemonade and home-baked cookies and snacks.
Sat., Aug. 15 08:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Outside residence halls
Sat., Aug. 15 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Greene Street
other goodies, and come ask doctors any and all of your questions at the Doc Talk Table.
Sorority Recruitment Orientations are at 7:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.. You must register for recruitment on-line by 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 15 to participate. Attendance at Orientation is mandatory. To register visit www.sa.sc.edu/greeklife
Sun., Aug. 16 09:15 a.m.- 11:15 a.m. Presbyterian Student Center 1702 Greene Street
Parent Information Tent - sponsored by: Office of Parents Programs
Greek Life Sorority Recruitment Orientation - sponsored by: Office of Greek Life
New Student Convocat ion sponsored by: Office of the President Sun., Aug. 16 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Carolina Coliseum President and Mrs. Pastides cordially invite you and your family to attend the University ’s 2009 Convocation welcoming new students and their families to the Carolina Community. A reception, sponsored by the Residence Hall Association, will follow. Strom Luau - sponsored by: Shandon College Ministry Sun., Aug. 16 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Strom Thurmond Wellness & Fitness Center Join us after Convocation for your first Sunday on campus. What better way to spend it than hanging out with fellow students, getting FREE dinner, and participating in the revival of Shandon Beach Volleyball? MSN Welcome Dinner - sponsored by: Methodist Student Network Sun., Aug. 16 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Campus Ministry Center 728 Pickens Street Welcome to the Methodist Student Network at USC! Come join us for dinner and see what our fellowship is all about. Eat with and meet some of your new friends at Carolina.
Mon. - Friday, Aug. 17 - 21 11:00 a.m. or 2 p.m. - 1 hour tour Thomas Cooper Library Come find out the secrets of Thomas Cooper Library. Librarians will show you some of the best places to read, research, study, get help and other great library services designed to make your life easier. No sign-up required - just meet in the lobby by the tour time. Intramural Spor ts Marketing sponsored by: Campus Recreation
Come join fellow students in playing Ultimate Frisbee. Students of all skill levels are welcome to come and join in on the fun. Sponsored by the campus ministry The Navigators. Pizza and Wal-Mart Night - sponsored by: Methodist Student Network Mon., Aug. 17 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Campus Ministry Center 728 Pickens Street Come get free pizza and ride out to WalMart to get those cookies you forgot or those last minute items before classes start. Presbyterian Student Association Open House Dinner - sponsored by: Presbyterian Student Association
Student Government and International Student Services cohost this event for all newly-arrived and returning international students. This cookout is the official welcome for internationals. Students can mingle, eat, listen to music, and meet folks from the U.S. and all over the world, as well as connect with folks from their own country.
Mon., Aug. 17 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Greene Street
Mon., Aug. 17 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Presbyterian Student Center 1702 Greene Street
Intramural Sports has tons to offer! Learn about our 30 leagues, tournaments, & special events, as well as our 15 student staff positions. Ask a question and win a prize!
Interested in learning all about the Presbyterian Student Association (PSA)? Then come on down for a free homecooked Open House Dinner to be held in your honor at PSA.
Sunday Holy Communion & Supper - sponsored by: Lutheran Campus Ministry
TRANSFERmation!! - sponsored by: Student Success Center
TUESDAY, AUGUST 18
Mon., Aug. 17 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Russell House 202
Presbyterian Student Association Mission Tuesdays - sponsored by: Presbyterian Student Association
This annual Carolina Welcome event is sponsored by the Transfer Student Mentor Network and Tau Sigma National Honor Society (Honor Society for Transfer Students). This is an informative program and activity to get transfer students familiar with the policies and programs available and learn about the “ins and outs” of USC. In addition, students learn about the services and programs available specifically designed for transfer student success.
Tue., Aug. 18 10:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Presbyterian Student Center 1702 Greene Street
Sun., Aug. 16 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Campus Ministry Center 728 Pickens Street Tr y out “ Your Church on Campus”. Lutheran Campus Ministry worships every Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. followed by a home-cooked meal provided by local congregations. Tonight we’ll be having PFA’s special lasagna - a yearly tradition for Welcome Week worship!
MONDAY, August 17 First-Year Reading Experience sponsored by: Office of the Provost, University 101 Mon., Aug. 17 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Carolina Coliseum The First-Year Reading Experience at the University of South Carolina is a halfday event held each fall before the start of classes. Sponsored by the Office of the Provost, the program introduces students to academic life at the University of South Carolina. By bringing students together for a common reading experience event before classes begin, the University demonstrates that academics are the top priority at South Carolina. Student Health Services Welcome Week - sponsored by: Health and Wellness Committee Mon., Aug. 17 10:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. Russell House Patio Student Health Ser v ices welcomes students, new and returning. Come get familiar with the services offered to you by the Counseling Center, Sexual Health and Violence Prevention, Campus Health and Wellness, Alcohol and Drugs, and Thomson Student Health Center. We will be out on the Russell House Patio with activities, information, giveaways and
The Hatching - sponsored by: Baptist College Ministry Mon., Aug. 17 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. BCM Building, 819 Main Street The Hatching - Becoming a Gamecock from a Christian Perspective. This Freshmen-only event is a great way to meet new friends, learn tips to survive the first few weeks of college and be introduced to BCM & local churches. Welcome Back Concert! - sponsored by: Carolina Productions Mon., Aug. 17 3:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Blatt P.E. Fields Come listen to some great musicians while enjoying the wonderful South Carolina weather! Make sure to bring your Carolina Card, as this show is open to USC STUDENTS ONLY. Rain or shine. No coolers, tents or umbrellas please. Featuring Matt Nathanson with The Lost Trailers and Locksley. And openers Obraskai and Corporate Casual. Ultimate Frisbee - sponsored by: The Navigators Mon., Aug. 17 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Davis Field I
Meet at the Presby ter ian Student Association to go to the Soup Cellar, a local soup kitchen, to serve lunch and meet other new students. Engage in the Process: National Fellowships Orientation Session sponsored by: Fellowships & Scholar Programs Tue., Aug. 18 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Gressette Room, 3rd Floor of Harper College T h e R h o d e s , Tr u m a n , Fu l b r i g h t , Goldwater, Udall, and National Science Foundation- everyone recognizes that winning one of these is a very special accomplishment. Only a few are awarded each year. Unlike many other academic awards, nationally competitive fellowships require a rigorous and lengthy application process that usually involves considerable writing and selection interviews. Plan to attend this program to learn how the Office of Fellowships & Scholar Programs prov ides support and assistance to students “Engaging in the Process” of considering and applying for national fellowships. Student Media Summer Showcase sponsored by: Student Media Tue., Aug. 18 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Russell House Patio The Student Media Summer Showcase will provide students new and returning an opportunity to speak with members of WUSC, The Daily Gamecock, SGTV and Garnet and Black. We will have music, games, prizes and more! Come check us
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www.sa.sc.edu/cwevents out! In the event of rain, join us in the 3rd Floor Lobby of the Russell House. Minority Assistance Peer Program (MAPP) Workshop - sponsored by: MAPP Tue., Aug. 18 12:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Calcott 011
tips, resources and information you need to be successful socially and academically and share all of the out-of-state student programs available. This program gives you a chance to meet other new out of state students as well. As an added bonus, southern foods are served for you to try. Ultimate Frisbee - sponsored by: The Navigators
The Minority Assistance Peer Program Workshop is a time for those who have committed to being mentored to meet their MAPP Counselors while being introduced to the programs expectations and rewards. If you are interested in joining MAPP , please feel free to SHOW UP! There are counselors waiting for you.
Tue., Aug. 18 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Davis Field I
C a p s t o n e S c h o l a r s We l c o m e Luncheon 2009 - sponsored by: Capstone Scholars Program
Welcome Back Cookout - sponsored by: Reformed University Fellowship
Tue., Aug. 18 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Russell House Ballroom The official welcome luncheon for first-year Capstone Scholars. Meet other Capstone Scholars as well as the Capstone Scholar staff prior to the start of classes. The staff will speak about the program, our events, the University, and tips for a successful freshman year. Current Capstone Scholars will also share their personal experiences as a Capstone Scholar at USC. Freshmen Lunch - sponsored by: Carolina Dining Tue., Aug. 18 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Patio Café All freshmen are invited to attend the Freshmen Luncheon at the Patio Café on Tue., Aug. 18 for food, music, prizes and more. Cost: One swipe on your meal plan or $6.40 plus tax (cash or credit card). Come enjoy the fun and learn more about Carolina! Information Tables - sponsored by: The Navigators Tue., Aug. 18 12:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Greene Street and Pickens Street Bridge Come and meet students and staff of the campus ministry The Navigators. Sign up for Bible studies, pick up information about our upcoming Fall events and grab some free stuff, too! Campus Life Center Open House sponsored by: Campus Life Center Tue., Aug. 18 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Russell House 227 Open the door to your campus experience! Visit the Campus Life Center and learn about diverse opportunities to get involved on campus. Meet student leaders and staff. Stop by the Campus Life Center - where involvement begins! What’s the Big Deal About Sweet Tea? - sponsored by: Student Success Center Tue., Aug. 18 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Russell House 315 This standing room only event has been featured on the ABC news and in the State Newspaper! This is a time to familiarize our new out-of-state students with the south, southern culture and to give them you
Come join fellow students in playing Ultimate Frisbee. Students of all skill levels are welcome to come and join in on the fun. Sponsored by the campus ministry The Navigators.
Tue., Aug. 18 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Strom Thurmond Wellness & Fitness Center Pool Deck & Volleyball Courts Welcoming the freshmen to USC and welcoming back the upperclassmen Come join us for free burgers, swimming, and beach volleyball. Any and all students are invited! The Association of African American Students Welcome Back Cookout sponsored by: Association of African American Students Tue., Aug. 18 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Russell House Patio The Association of African American Students hosts this annual cookout to celebrate the return of students back to the university and also to showcase a few organizations to incoming freshmen. It is held on the day of the Minority Student Welcome. All students are encouraged to attend this event. Welcome Week Cookout - sponsored by: Lutheran Campus Ministry Tue., Aug. 18 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Campus Ministry Center 728 Pickens Street Come and enjoy a cookout at the CMC the place for Lutheran Campus Ministry in Columbia and at USC! We will welcome new students to campus and welcome back those who have been a part of this ministry in years past. Along with the usual cookout food we’ll enjoy some fun and games! CrossTraining - sponsored by: Baptist College Ministry Tue., Aug. 18 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. BCM Building, 819 Main Street BCM’s first weekly worship - Tuesdays @ 7:30 p.m. Join us this first week to reconnect with friends, make new friends, enjoy some food & fellowship. We’ll have a time of praise and worship with a devotional challenge. I LOVE YOU MAN on the Big Screen! - sponsored by: University Housing, Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, Coca Cola, and the Russell House University Union Tue., Aug. 18 7:00 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. Davis Field adjacent to the Russell House
Join 1000 of your closest friends for an outdoor movie screening of I LOVE YOU MAN on the big screen on Davis Field adjacent to the Russell House. Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society will be sponsoring games and activities starting at 7 p.m.. Come for a chance to win great prizes! The movie begins at approximately 9:15 p.m.. USC STUDENTS ONLY. NO BACKPACKS, COOLERS, TENTS or UMBRELLAS.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19 Pre-Med Orientation - sponsored by: Pre-Professional Advising Wed., Aug. 19 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Russell House Theater This session will introduce new USC s t u d e n t s to t h e p re - m e d t rac k at USC. Learn what it takes to become a competitive med school applicant. This is an important event for serious pre-med students. Opportunity Knocks Part-Time Job Fair - sponsored by: Career Center Wed., Aug. 19 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Russell House Ballroom, SEC Room
Information Tables - sponsored by: The Navigators Wed., Aug. 19 12:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Russell House Patio Come and meet students and staff of the campus ministry The Navigators. Sign up for Bible studies, pick up information about our upcoming Fall events and grab some free stuff, too! TRANSFERmation!! - sponsored by: Student Success Center Wed., Aug. 19 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Russell House 302 This annual Carolina Welcome event is sponsored by the Transfer Student Mentor Network and Tau Sigma National Honor Society (Honor Society for Transfer Students). This is an informative program and activity to get transfer students familiar with the policies and programs available and learn about the “ins and outs” of USC. In addition, students learn about the services and programs available specifically designed for transfer student success. Pre-Law Orientation - sponsored by: Pre-Professional Advising
The Opportunity Knocks Part-Time Job Fair will provide students with convenient access to on-campus and offcampus employers who are interested in hiring USC students. Work study and hourly wage positions will be advertised during the fair. Career Center staff will also facilitate educational workshops on resume writing and interviewing.
Wed., Aug. 19 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Russell House 305
Cool- Off Carolina - sponsored by: Alumni Association Student Advisory Board
What’s the Big Deal About Sweet Tea? - sponsored by: Student Success Center
Wed., Aug. 19 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Strom Thurmond Wellness & Fitness Center Outdoor Pool
Wed., Aug. 19 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Russell House 315
The Carolina Alumni Association Student Advisory Board will be welcoming all students back on campus with a pool party. There will be food and free shuttle services from each residence hall to the pool. Meet and Greet - sponsored by: Alpha Phi Omega Wed., Aug. 19 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Russell House Lobby An informational event where students will be able to meet with some of the brothers of Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity and ask questions. Presbyterian Student Association Lunch Bunch & Insider Campus Tour - sponsored by: Presbyterian Student Association Wed., Aug. 19 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Grand Market Place (Russell House)
Gather with the good folks from PSA at the Grand Market Place in the Russell House for a casual lunch gathering. We’ll be sitting inside by the windows in the main dining area. Bring your schedule so after lunch we can help you find where your classes are located.
This session will introduce new USC students to the pre-law track at USC. Learn what it takes to become a competitive law school applicant. This is an important event for serious pre-law students.
This standing room only event has been featured on the ABC news and in the State Newspaper! This is a time to familiarize our new out-of-state students with the south, southern culture and to give them you tips, resources and information you need to be successful socially and academically and share all of the out-of-state student programs available. This program gives you a chance to meet other new out of state students as well. As an added bonus, southern foods are served for you to try. How Do I Get My Football Tickets? sponsored by: Student Life Wed., Aug. 19 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Russell House 322/326 (Senate Chambers)
Come visit the Campus Recreation staff on Wednesday, August 19th from 3 - 6 p.m. on the Blatt P.E. C fields and… -Meet the staff -Learn about all the cool trips Outdoor Rec can take you on -Watch a Group Exercise instructor demo -Win a give-away (everyone loves free stuff!) -Learn about our fitness equipment -Talk to Sport Club student members -Find out when our pools are open -Play some outdoor volleyball -Talk with current student employees to get the real scoop -Pick up a Group Exercise class schedule -Check out some of the Outdoor Rec equipment you can rent -Watch a Ballroom Dancing demo (and lots of other Sport Clubs) -Learn when both our facilities are open -Pick up a Intramural Sports schedule card -Learn about all the job opportunities we have for you (we hire over 400 students each year) -Drink some water or Powerade (more free stuff !) Ultimate Frisbee - sponsored by: The Navigators Wed., Aug. 19 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Davis Field I Come join fellow students in playing Ultimate Frisbee. Students of all skill levels are welcome to come and join in on the fun. Sponsored by the campus ministry The Navigators. Young Life Welcome Back - sponsored by: Young Life of Columbia Wed., Aug. 19 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Russell House 305 Welcome back current Columbia Young Life Leaders! Welcome freshmen! Come hang out and enjoy a Young Life Club planned just for you! Meet and catch up with our current leaders and freshmen interested in being involved! Welcome Week Workout - sponsored by: Body Building & Fitness Club at USC Wed., Aug. 19 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Blatt P.E. Center Weight Room 306 This event will educate students about gym workouts, the Blatt weight gym, our sport club and events such as the USC Octathlon and Strength Meet Students can work out, receive training tips from BB&F Club members, and have something healthy to do. University Bible Study - sponsored by: Christ’s Student Church (Church of Christ) Wed., Aug. 19 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Russell House 303 The first of our weekly Bible study on campus.
Get all the vital information you need on how to obtain your football tickets! Meet the Student Ticket Advisory Committee, the student leaders who made the new system a reality. Voice your opinion, ask questions, or simply learn how everything works. This meeting will give you everything you need to know about how to get all your student athletic tickets throughout the year. Don’t get left behind!
New Student Pizza Party - sponsored by: Newman Club
Get Rec’d - sponsored by: Campus Recreation
Ice Cream Social - sponsored by: The Navigators
Wed., Aug. 19 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Blatt P.E. Center Fields
Wed., Aug. 19 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Russell House 302
Wed., Aug. 19 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. St. Thomas More Catholic Center This is a pizza party for new students to interact with one another and to meet the student leaders of the Newman Club.
Wondering what to do before classes start?
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Interested in plugging into a Christian campus ministry at USC? Come and meet students and staff of The Navigators and join us for a night of fun, interaction and ice cream. Enjoy the night before classes start with fellow students and some free ice cream sundaes! Last Night of Freedom - sponsored by: Shandon College Ministry Wed., Aug. 19 8:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. 1804 Greene Street Come out to the Shandon House and enjoy your last night of freedom before the semester starts! Coffee, desserts, and live music -- a great way to get to know other new students and the leaders of Shandon College Ministry. G h o s t To u r s - s p o n s o r e d b y : University Ambassadors Wed., Aug. 19 9:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. McKissick Museum - Horseshoe Join us for a tour of the University’s haunted history! Student tour guides will tell ghost stories during this walking tour. Participants should report to the Visitor Center in McKissick (on the historic Horseshoe) anytime between 9 and 10:30 PM to join a tour. Hypnotist Michael C. Anthony sponsored by: Carolina Productions Wed., Aug. 19 8:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Russell House Ballroom In his 15th year performing at USC, hypnotist Michael C. Anthony will entertain students with his hilarious brand of mesmerism. Students will have the chance to volunteer and become part of the performance! The event is open to all students, faculty and staff with a USC ID.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 20
Merchant’s Fair - sponsored by: Off-Campus Student Services Thu., Aug. 20 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Greene Street (Russell House Lobby as rain location) Businesses in the Columbia area will be on campus to market their services to students. Many will be providing giveaways and other promotional items. Participants include: banks, restaurants, cell phone providers and more! CRU’s Welcome Back Cookout sponsored by: Campus Crusade for Christ Thu., Aug. 20 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Russell House Patio Campus Crusade for Christ welcomes the Gamecocks to a new term! Come and enjoy free food while getting to know new people. The food will be good, the people will be fun and it will be a great way to see what CRU is all about! I Survived the First Day of Classes Cookout - sponsored by: Carolina Dining Thu., Aug. 20 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Bates Carolina Diner First day of classes can be overwhelming. Come chill at the Bates Carolina Diner Cookout. First 200 students receive a “I Survived the First Day of Classes at the University of South Carolina” T-shirt. Cost: One swipe on your meal plan or $7.55 plus tax. Come relax, enjoy good food, and meet fellow first-dayers! MOVIE: 17 Again and Observe and Report - sponsored by: Carolina Productions Thu., Aug. 20 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Russell House Theater
FREE Ice Cream! - sponsored by: First College Ministry
Free to all USC students with USC ID.
Thu., Aug. 20 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Greene Street
The 2nd Annual Boat Shoes and Barbeque Panel - sponsored by: McNair Scholars Association
Come have some FREE ice cream and learn about First College Ministry and the events we have going on. We will be set up on Greene Street underneath a tent. Pass by on your way to classes or after lunch at the GMP and pick up an ice cream sandwich or Nutty Buddy!
Thu., Aug. 20 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Gressette Room, 3rd Floor of Harper College
Ask an Ambassador - sponsored by: University Ambassadors Thu., Aug. 20 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Greene Street Don’t know where your next classroom building is located? Don’t fret! The University Ambassadors will be on Greene Street the first two days of classes equipped with maps and directions to help you find your way around campus!
Are you an out-of-state student unfamiliar with the ways of the South? Do you wonder about those weird shoes everyone around Carolina wears? Have you been in line at the Russell House in the morning and asked what grits are? Well then come on out to the Boat Shoes and Barbeque Panel to learn all about the culture of South Carolina from upperclassmen students who are also from out-of-state! The Screwtape Letters Kick-Off sponsored by: GRACE Thu., Aug. 20 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. C.S. Lewis Student Center 1730 College Street
The C.S. Lewis Student Center invites you to The Screwtape Letters with us this fall. Our kick-off meeting will be Thursday at 7:00 p.m., and we will meet every Thursday thereafter. Coffee and dessert will be provided with no homework ever required! Welcome Back CRU Meeting sponsored by: Campus Crusade for Christ Thu., Aug. 20 8:00 p.m. - 10:15 p.m. Russell House Ballroom Join Campus Crusade for Christ in our first weekly meeting in the Russell House Ballroom. Meet new people and catch up with old friends. Enjoy live music and hear a great message. Taize Evening Prayer - sponsored by: Lutheran Campus Ministry Thu., Aug. 20 9:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Campus Ministry Center 728 Pickens Street A half hour of quiet prayer and song based upon the ecumenical community from Taize, France. People of all denominations are welcome to join us for this evening of prayer time. Free Snow Cones!- sponsored by: Hill of the Lord University Church Thu., Aug. 20 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Greene Street We’re bringing free snow cones to USC! Columbia’s motto is “Famously Hot” so make sure to stop by and cool off while you’re out and about.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 21 Ask an Ambassador - sponsored by: University Ambassadors Thu., Aug. 20 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Greene Street Don’t know where your next classroom building is located? Don’t fret! The University Ambassadors will be on Greene Street the first two days of classes equipped with maps and directions to help you find your way around campus! Fr a te r n i t y Co u n c i l B i d Da y sponsored by: Fraternity Council Thu., Aug. 21 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Russell House Ballroom Fraternity Council Bid Day is where those men who have gone through the Fraternity Recruitment process this week receive their invitations (called a bid) to join a fraternity.
Come join fellow students in playing Ultimate Frisbee. Students of all skill levels are welcome to come and join in on the fun. Sponsored by the campus ministry The Navigators. Pizza with The Navigators - sponsored by: The Navigators Thu., Aug. 21 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Russell House Patio After your first day of classes, begin your evening with some free food. Come and meet students and staff of The Navigators and enjoy pizza on us! Grab a couple slices, chat with friends and pick up information about our upcoming Fall events. We hope to see you there!
MOVIE: 17 Again and Observe and Report - sponsored by: Carolina Productions Sat., Aug. 22 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Russell House Theater Free to all USC students with USC ID.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 23 Worship at Shandon Presbyterian sponsored by: Presbyterian Student Association Sun., Aug. 23 10:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Presbyterian Student Center 1702 Greene Street
MOVIE: 17 Again and Observe and Report - sponsored by: Carolina Productions
Join PSA for breakfast at the Center at 10:15 a.m. and then 11 o’clock worship at Shandon Presbyterian.
Friday, Aug. 21 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Russell House Theater
Returning Students Cookout sponsored by: Newman Club
Free to all USC students with USC ID. Carolina After Dark - sponsored by: Carolina After Dark Thu., Aug. 21 10:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m. Russell House University Union Carolina After Dark...when the Russell House lights up! Enjoy music, treats, gameroom tournaments and free billiards, and novelty events at the first Carolina After Dark program of the fall semester. USC Students Only, must have Carolina Card to enter.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 22 NPHC Greek Retreat - sponsored by: Fraternity Council Sat., Aug. 22 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Russell House Ballroom
Sun., Aug. 23 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. St. Thomas More Catholic Center This is a welcome back event for all students. Sunday Evening Worship - sponsored by: Methodist Student Network Sun., Aug. 23 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Campus Ministry Center 728 Pickens Street A lively, student-led, come-as-you-are worship time with a variety of music followed by a free meal. Open to all. MOVIE: 17 Again and Observe and Report - sponsored by: Carolina Productions Sat., Aug. 22 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Russell House Theater Free to all USC students with USC ID.
NPHC is having its annual fall retreat. Fraternities and sororities will learn different things that will better their organizations. Volleyball Cookout - sponsored by: The Navigators Sat., Aug. 22 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Strom Thurmond Wellness & Fitness Center
On-Campus Worship - sponsored by: Christ’s Student Church (Church of Christ) Sun., Aug. 23 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Russell House 303 A time of praise, prayer, the Word, and good friends.
Join us for some sand volleyball and free hamburgers and hotdogs at the Strom Fitness Center. Come and meet students and enjoy your first Saturday at USC! Sponsored by the campus ministry The Navigators.
Ultimate Frisbee - sponsored by: The Navigators
Thu., Aug. 21 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Davis Field I
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Faculty and staff members at universities and colleges the across the state have felt hardweight of economic instiships, forcing several furtutions to implement loughs, including Clemson University and Winthrop is still University, while USC to the University. holding out for other ways $15 million donation to athletics department’s save money. discusses the university’s Gail Little, Winthrop Athletic Director Eric Hyman University’s administrative assistant, said she understands the reasons surrounding the unpaid days required off. take to by staff members do “Well, I would rather job this than lose my job. My and is really important to me this is hopefully only temporary,” Little said. imnot Clemson University Pastides said. “This will university’s time of need,” academic needs as well.” plemented a five-day mandaneeds, but SEC contract to only meet athletic tory furlough and Winthropa upon the athletic department, Department uses money from recent The move wasn’t forced University implemented furthough, Pastides said. nine-day mandatory the impression that there aid scholarships, benefit entire university money “I don’t mean to give anyone lough, in which their faculty Pastides said. “This is to was arm twisting involved,” but we’re all and staff members had athletics department, days that was earned by the take those set amount of university.” compensation. one without years, off budget crisis in recent agship Hyman said he agrees. USC has not implemented Faced with the largest to remain a strong fl their heads over Christmas is no “All of us want Carolina athletics, a furlough and there university officials scratched with the cuts that will affect department, including not deal university because every certainty of whether or break, unsure of how to December press conevery level. Hyman said during the unshakable one will be necessary. the university at almost Dec. 22, when the university’s benefits,” to help students whose ference. “I am proud “Furloughs have not been The situation improved motivate our players $15 million to the univerthis enthusiasm to our teams be supportive and imposed system-wide at athletics department donatedmoney will be given over a loyalty and is our way to The and coaches alike. This time,” USC Media Relations sity’s academic budget. for students of need.” Lamb given to give back to the university Director Margaret period of 15 years. Conference worked million dollars, will be At least half, or $7.5 givsaid. Earlier this year, the Southeastern the university, said contract ever with ESPN, an- student fi nancial aid funds within Judy Longshaw, Winout its largest television at the university. than expected. The provost and money interim , news more the Moore into Ted throp University’s ing USC athletics aid funding will go television contract guarantees , said Much of the fi nancial students media services manager nual multi-million dollar program, which helps of SEC sporting events. Gamecock Guarantee a year to ateveryone feels the weight ESPN certain rights to in the academic budget, that make less than $25,000 the furloughs. Concerned over a shortfall approached Athletics Di- with families It’s Pastides “We’re all doing this. funding tend college. more students to stay in college and othUSC President Harris asked him to share the “It will allow a big sacrifice. Everyone rector Eric Hyman and it,” across the board is doing ESPN, with the university. DONATION ● 4A contract negotiated with in the Longshaw said. “The money “Based on the historic used we’re great deal ought to be isn’t there frankly and we thought that this times hoping to see better soon.” University’s Clemson DiCooperative Education the rector Neil Burton, said university’s administration staff gave their faculty and entire two options: take an Number of visitors after break week off or get a 3.3 percent until expected to increase as students cut from each paycheck on Year’s vows the end of this fiscal year
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June 30. Burton said he’s heard some people saying they’ll of take the time off regardless the effect on their classroom but Carolina’s or staff responsibilities, University of South not See page 4 and Fithe said this is definitely Strom Thurmond Wellnessspring sethe general consensus. the are ness Center gears up for an intent to “I think most people and the mester with excitement dedicated enough to tness health. increase wellness and fi and staff university and the students Although students, faculty we serve and that everyone stable durtough participation remains fairly Director understands that it’s ing the school year, AssociatePrograms economic times,” Burton for being of Campus Recreation a general said. “It’s not like we’re have Kim Dozier said she expects picked on, but let’s not break. holiday the of after rise Campus the students suffer because Veda Sargent, the Facilities said the , it. It’s hard for the students Recreation associate directormore than and their families too.” past five Januarys averaged Angela Nixon, the public stu50,000 patrons. are exinformation director for “We’re excited that students feeling Strom Thurmond dent affairs and university, shape, police officers frequent resolutions. faculty and even USC cited about getting in shape and keep up with advancement for Clemson and being ac- Students, Fitness Center to stay in better about themselves returning Wellness and said she knows the situation tive,” she said on students could be worse. from break. makes our job easier.” “I’m just happy to still have and Wade as much as “[Exercising] people generally use the For Aundrey Mitchell “I haven’t worked out I’m happy the uniexDozier said Outback Bowl Coverage and job a Police, CourtUSC of said when and in the past,” stop Guyon, members gym more after long breaks versity took measures to of both their I’ve wanted Check out The Daily glad ercising at Strom is part their New ney Khondabi, a second-year broadcast the center’s outdoor pool opens in layoffs,” she said. “I am as New Year’s Strom’s Gamecock’s online getregular routine as well journalism student. “My but she reiterates that they did this rather than a 4.0 and work out March,recreational opportunities run slideshow of pics from the Year’s resolution. we resolution is to get many ting rid of someone’s job.” as “It’s both, because it’s something four days a week.” Burton said he feels USC vs. Iowa game at a university all year. entire need to do,” Mitchell said. Ron Millhouse, also though taking an incorporate bethe Jan. 1 Outback Bowl. not Though many students officer, said he doesn’t come week off is like “basically schedule, one police Year’s resolution. Strom into their regular as pos- cause of a New -mail anymore,” does not visit as much ts on this story? E BUDGET ● 4A “I don’t make [resolutions] www.dailygamecock.com said she to change Strom C o m m e n sible, and she said she hopesNew Year’s he said. Millhouse said he attends a year round. email@example.com her workout routine with three to four times a week, resolution.
Special Publications Welcome Back Issue Publication dates: August 14th and January 11th 2010 Deadline: August 7th and January 4th 2010 The Welcome Back issues are typically larger than normal issues. It gives advertisers an opportunity to introduce their business, product or service to a new batch of incoming first-year studets as well as returning students, faculty and staff.
The Welcome Back Spring publication is the first of the spring semester and welcomes the return of students from Winter break.
Career Fair Blitz
Publication date: September 23rd Deadline: September 16th Produced in conjunction with the Career Center, the Career Fair Blitz is the perfect guide to the years biggest career fair. Published the week before the event, the Career Fair Blitz is a great way to reach our students.
Publication date: August 31st Deadline: August 17 th The Football Preview will give advertisers an opportunity to get the word out to Carolina football fans. Gamecock fans
Publication date: October 2nd Deadline: September 25th This section is tailored directly to the parents and families who will be in Columbia visiting for Parents Weekend. Reach over 3,000 visiting family members in addition to our regular readers. Many readers use this as a guide of where to eat and shop while in Columbia.
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Publication dates: December 7th and April 27th 2010 Deadline: November 30th and April 19th 2010
The Stress Busters contains a collection of sudoku and crossword puzzes and is distributed before final exams each semester. Ad space in the Stress Busters tab is limited. With a strong readership and long shelf life, the Stressbusters is a great advertising value!
Publication date: February 3rd, 2010 Deadline: January 22nd 2010 The Best of Carolina is a new special publication. In the fall, we will ask the Carolina community to pick
Off Campus Housing Guide Publication date: March 17th 2010 Deadline: March 10th 2010
their favorite business, restaurant, entertainment venue, etc. We will print the results in the spring.
Off-Campus housing is BIG business at Carolina. This special publication will target the more than 70% of USC-Columbia students that live off campus. It is a great vehicle to reach those students seeking information about apartments and anything they need to become more independent.
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Advertising is not acceptable that tends, in the opinion of the Director of Student Media, to destroy the confidence of the consumer. This includes advertising that is misleading, inaccurate, fraudulent, deceptive or ambiguous.
of an error in which Student Media Advertising is liable as herein defined, its liability shall be limited to an adjustment in the charge on the first insertion based upon the portion of the advertising space in which the error occurred. Student Media Advertising will not be liable for any other errors unless notified (with the correction) before the deadline of the next issue in which the ad will run. Under no circumstances shall Student Media Advertising, its employees, officers or the University of South Carolina be held liable for any costs or damages in connection with advertisement(s) beyond the cost of the advertisement.
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Issues Publication Date Deadline Welcome Back........................................August 14...................................................August 7 Football Preview......................................August 31...................................................August 17 Career Blitz*............................................September 23............................................September 16 Parents Weekend*...................................October 2..................................................September 25 Garnet Army Guide*...............................TBA.............................................................TBA Stressbusters*...........................................December 7...............................................November 30 Welcome Back.........................................January 11.................................................January 4 Best of Carolina.......................................February 3.................................................January 22 Off Campus Housing*.............................March 17...................................................March 10 Stressbusters*...........................................April 27......................................................April 19
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