A state Senate panel heard from ex-athletes and college athletic leaders Wednesday, including USC athletics director Ray Tanner, about a bill that would require South Carolina’s largest colleges to pay student-athletes up to $10,000 a year.
The Paas dip ’n’ dye harkens to the Easter rituals of childhood. There’s something about carefully placing dye tablets in the bottom of each cup, adding a splash of vinegar, pouring in enough boiling water to dissolve the dyes into rich, brilliant colors, then balancing the eggs on those rickety wire dippers and lowering them slowly into the liquid.
A state Senate panel Wednesday rejected making most S.C. students eligible for the Palmetto State’s private school-choice program. Senators also abandoned a plan the leader of the program’s most successful charity said was aimed at getting rid of her.