University of South Carolina-Aiken Student Body President Adam Shults, center, speaks before about 50 fellow college students from across South Carolina who gathered at the State House to rally for more funding and against a tuition cap. South Carolina has cut funding to higher education more sharply than any state in the nation. Other student body presidents with Shults are, from left, Callie Boyd from Clemson University, Andrew Gaeckle from USC and Rachel Sopp from USC-Beaufort.
University of South Carolina-Aiken Student Body President Adam Shults, center, speaks before about 50 fellow college students from across South Carolina who gathered at the State House to rally for more funding and against a tuition cap. South Carolina has cut funding to higher education more sharply than any state in the nation. Other student body presidents with Shults are, from left, Callie Boyd from Clemson University, Andrew Gaeckle from USC and Rachel Sopp from USC-Beaufort.
University of South Carolina-Aiken Student Body President Adam Shults, center, speaks before about 50 fellow college students from across South Carolina who gathered at the State House to rally for more funding and against a tuition cap. South Carolina has cut funding to higher education more sharply than any state in the nation. Other student body presidents with Shults are, from left, Callie Boyd from Clemson University, Andrew Gaeckle from USC and Rachel Sopp from USC-Beaufort.

S.C. college students rally for higher education

February 18, 2009 2:46 AM

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