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SC State University student killed in broad daylight. Here’s what it cost the school


South Carolina State University and two university-related groups ... As part of the settlement, S.C. State University and the two related entities, the S.C. State University Real Estate Foundation and the S.C. State University Housing, admitted no fault.


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Brandon Robinson Family photo Brandon Robinson Family photo setLeadImageSize(); $(window).resize(function() { var clientWidth = Math.max(document.documentElement.clientWidth, window.innerWidth || 0); if (clientWidth > 767) { $('.lead-item').find('.caption').hide(); $('.lead-item .lead-caption').show(); } else { $('.lead-item .lead-caption').hide(); } setLeadImageSize(); }); $('.lead-item img').click(function(){ var elemWidth = Math.max(document.documentElement.clientWidth, window.innerWidth || 0); if(elemWidth Here’s what it cost the school By John Monk jmonk@thestate.com $(window).scroll(function() { var windowCurrentPos = $(window).scrollTop(); var scrollTopPos = $("#story-body-items").offset().top-50; var scrollEndPos = $("#commenting-container").offset().top; if(windowCurrentPos >= scrollEndPos || windowCurrentPos 24, 2014, in a parking lot outside the football players’ dormitory, which is called Hugine Suites Hall. Robinson was a junior business major and played on the football team as an outside linebacker and defensive endThe shooting received nationwide publicity because Robinson was a student-athlete and the incident highlighted issues of campus safety. A sophomore business major, Justin Singleton, pleaded guilty of voluntary manslaughter in the case and was sentenced to 25 years in prisonSingleton, now 23, will be eligible for parole in 2035, according to S.CDepartment of

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