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A shiny, kelly-green cigarette vending machine sits at Richland Library Ballentine. It looks more like a vintage jukebox than a standard vending machine, with its five-foot stature. But, looking closer, stacks of something inside are visible, ready to drop into the hands of an eager customer at the pull of a handle. This little machine does not sell cigarettes to library-goers, but tiny art.
There is a single macaroni noodle hidden in the “Lady Vista” mural on Columbia’s Gervais Street.
As the USC alma mater echoed through campus after the women’s basketball team’s dominant national championship win on Sunday night, South Carolina students finally got a chance to celebrate their university after years of challenges.
Abigail Kreuser said she makes an effort to buy the greener version of products she needs, even if they cost more.
Seeing what the USC student body is wearing from Greene Street to Five Points is one of my favorite parts of being a college student. When I walk around campus I see a smorgasbord of every kind of style imaginable. This year, though, don't be surprised if you see Gamecocks dressing in comfort and color.
Retraction: (April 15, 2022 at 9:20 a.m.): The original version of this article said the author hopes that University President-Elect Michael Amiridis will not continue “protecting abusers.” This improperly implies that USC professor David Voros is an abuser. Voros has faced civil claims of harassment, not criminal sexual misconduct charges. Those claims were dismissed and settled out of court. Additionally, The Daily Gamecock did not reach out to Voros for comment prior to publication. Two sentences about Voros were removed, as they were not central to the story. The Daily Gamecock regrets the error.
The tragedies at the Vulcan Materials Company quarry in the fall of 2020 and 2021 have robbed our student body of two young men. As many call for action, accusations aimed at the Vulcan Materials Company cannot be the only vessel for change. The university and the student body need to be involved for a wholistic solution.
Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts are probably the most popular coffee chains, but who has the best quality coffee and overall flavor? Two Daily Gamecock columnists argue for either side.
Professor David Voros must be terminated immediately if the university has any ounce of respect for its student body.
The case for hotels
Social media sites have changed our perspective from using our account as a means to show off our lives, to living our lives as a means to post on our account.
All our favorite amenities on campus are back open and better than ever as we resume class this semester. We have all been cooped up in our dorms and apartments for too long, and we need to get out and use the campus as much as possible in the coming months.
The unsung heroes of the quick shift to remote classes were our professors, who had to redesign their courses on the fly and be the support system the student body needed.
The women's fashion industry needs to add sizes in between the existing size increments to truly represent an accurate range of female body types. The current inaccurate portrayal of the female body in clothing can cause damage to self-image, especially when sizes vary from store to store, or even from one pair of jeans to another.
Living in a major historical event has taken its toll on all of us and inevitably changed our lives, in most instances for the worse. The negative effects on mental health and resulting feelings of isolation have forced changes in not only how we interact with our close friends, but also our acquaintances.
The Department of Political Science held an online forum Tuesday in which three USC political science professors gave their predictions and insights for Election Day.
The "front line" of the pandemic usually evokes images of doctors and nurses in hospitals, but there's an invisible front line that fights the virus within the walls of USC's campus buildings — the custodial staff.
On Wednesday, Aug. 26, USC’s Russell House Ballroom held a socially distanced dance event to showcase, the eight fraternities and sororities within the university’s National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC).
As the global outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread across the world, Student Health Services and medical professionals address the coronavirus' implications and the preemptive plan the university has put in place.
As sensational headlines continue to dominate media over genuine news, the age of yellow journalism is back, and it could be dangerous.