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About Ronak

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  1. Rosewood Crawfish Festival this weekend: http://www.rosewoodcrawfishfestival.com/ Headlining bands are Tonic and Marcy Playground.
  2. Edit: I replied to a really old post by accident! Great shots, Spartan.
  3. There's a Tako-Sushi in greenville...found the menu online. I think it may actually be pretty good.
  4. It's that time of year again... World Beer Festival, January 16 2010
  5. You know you're becoming a big city when you have hot dog vendors! Well, not quite. But still an article that made me happy: http://www.thestate.com/local/story/1061250.html?RSS=local
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    Adriana's is closing: http://www.thestate.com/breaking/story/990...ml?RSS=breaking
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    So I'm still on the USC Engineering Mailing list, and I got this interesting email today:
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    Oh, sorry, I wasn't saying the equipment is related to the TIF. I was just pointing out that's what they have funding for, since I just saw the article today. I'm as curious as you are as to if the equipment means progress on Horizon II or Discovery II.
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    Indeed they don't. They apparently will, however, have the money to improve the infrastructure in the area: http://www.free-times.com/index.php?cat=19...011310092294580
  10. I want to buy that pop-up book.
  11. Pastides gave a "State of the University" Address yesterday afternoon. Here's the direct link to the speech: http://www.sc.edu/specialevents/stateoftheuniversity/ And here's the summary of what he talked about: http://www.sc.edu/news/newsarticle.php?nid=454
  12. Compared to other 'urban' campuses, USC does quite well with parking. Well, if students used the commuter lots, that is, rather than trying to cram an army of cars into the garage closest to their next class.
  13. I wouldn't think so...but USC does have a disproportionately large number of Freshman bringing cars, most likely attributed to the combination of a large in state population and the abundant availability of parking. I was merely suggesting that by limiting the number of cars on campus, not only would the university be able to free up some real estate, but it would also increase the ZipCar user base.
  14. In order for USC to support a service like this, more students would need to live closer to or on campus, and the University would have to start actively discouraging students from bringing cars. As it stands right now, I feel like the vast majority of students bring cars with them, which would make ZipCar somewhat redundant.
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    The board is meeting today to decide his fate and Roscoe's buyout: http://www.thestate.com/breaking/story/933243.html
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