Emotions ran high as @uofscsg election results were announced. Student body presidential candidate Lyric Swinton, who will compete in a runoff election against fellow candidate Luke Rankin, is pictured celebrating running mate Sophie Davish’s win for vice president. Current Student Body President Taylor Wright is seen embracing Kate Lewis, who won the race for treasurer. @hannahwade2000 captured these photos. Stay tuned for more news as election season continues.
As @uofscsg elections quickly approach, make sure to stay up to date on the last news regarding the executive candidates by clicking the link in our bio.
Columbia was covered in fog this morning. @hannahwade2000 captured this photo of the gray skies.
Many @uofsc students participate in the JUULing trend. In fact, according to AlcoholEdu, 22 percent of incoming students in 2018 used e-cigarettes—a jump from 15 percent in 2017. What do students think makes JUULing so popular? Find out by clicking the link in our bio. (Photo: @toririchman)
@gamecockwbb is looking to continue its four-game winning streak when the Gamecocks face the Ole Miss Rebels tonight at Colonial Life Arena. Comment your score predictions below 👇 (Photo: @hannahwade2000)
@bumpnrungilmore is suiting up for the second year in a row for the #Patriots in hopes of proclaiming victory in Super Bowl LIII over the #Rams on Sunday, but hasn’t forgotten his roots as a #Gamecock. Read the full story by clicking the link in our bio. (Photo: Courtesy of Tribune News Service)
Poems are appearing on the sidewalks of Columbia—but only after rainfall. Read about the Rain Poetry project by clicking the link in our bio. 📸: @quintessential_photos
Both #Gamecock basketball teams defeated their opponents this week. @gamecockmbb upset ranked Auburn 80-77, and @gamecockwbb prevailed over Missouri 79-65. (Photos: @ethanlamphotography and @abigailapg)
Letter from the Editor: As a new semester begins, we are ready to fulfill our job to you, our readers. . “In my four years on staff, I have seen how The Daily Gamecock has adapted to the changing digital world. Whether you like picking up our paper to get your news, or you use Twitter to check out our latest articles, we are constantly continuing to develop and learn how to improve your experience, no matter how you get your news from us. . At The Daily Gamecock, we are always asking ourselves, ‘What can we do to serve our community better?’ but this semester let’s try something new. How about we ask you? Carolina community, what can we do to serve you better? Email us, tweet at us, send us a DM, send us a letter, send us a tip or however it is you communicate, and let us know how we can serve you better. We look forward to hearing from you. Read the full letter from our editor-in-chief, Tori Richman, by clicking the link in our bio. 📸: @quintessential_photos #DailyGamecock