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With USC President Michael Amiridis starting July 1, faculty and staff are excited about this new presidency. Still, he must step out of his predecessor's negative light, and ensure he listens to the faculty who know what they are talking about.
After the results of the South Carolina primaries, it's essential for all South Carolina residents to educate themselves about this game-changing midterm coming up on November 8 and to vote.
With school out and hopefully less stress on your plate, it's a perfect time to read, whether you are lounging on the beach or in your air-conditioned apartment.
If the recently leaked Supreme Court draft opinion is confirmed and announced, abortion rights won't be the only thing in jeopardy. The right to privacy, contraceptives and bodily autonomy are at risk.
While June is considered the National LGBTQIA+ Pride month, Pride needs to be celebrated and recognized all year long.
While Donna Arnett, the provost-elect, is a good fit for USC, she needs to work with different people on campus, push diversity and inclusion in all areas of campus and retain faculty members.
The S.C. legislature's current attempt to reform USC's board of trustees will hopefully give the university a fresh start after multiple upsets.
The state of South Carolina doesn't offer paid parental leave. We can change this shortcoming by passing S.11, a bill in the S.C. legislature that would give state workers six weeks off and create a better work environment for parents.
During the three forums from provost finalists, candidate Dr. Valerie Kinloch took stands and gave honest, genuine answers and should be our next provost.
Valentine's Day is not just a day to celebrate your significant other, but a day to value all relationships in your life.
While working on campus as a student at USC can be good for those who are passionate about their work, the university doesn't pay its student workers enough and expects too much from RMs and TAs.
The Title IX task force-turned-implementation group has come a long way in helping students in need but still needs to take concrete action and be more open to the public in order to gain student trust.
Retraction: (April 15, 2022 at 9:15 a.m.): The original version of this article contained phrasing that incorrectly implied that USC professor David Voros has faced criminal charges. 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 paragraphs about Voros were removed, as they were not central to the story. The Daily Gamecock regrets the error.
As the new year starts and syllabus week ends, finding time for yourself and prioritizing your mental health should be on everyone's mind this semester.
Horror movies based on true events, such as "The Conjuring" franchise, are overall better and scarier than completely fictitious movies.
While true crime podcasts deal with sensitive subject matter, they can be used for educational purposes and give useful information on life-saving incidents, as well as examples of what you can do in the future to stay safe through the examination of past cases.
There's a stigma surrounding sex and sex-positivity. That's why it's important to openly talk about sex education — so there isn't confusion about consent or judgment.
The USC and Clemson rivalry, which spans over a century, is a healthy competition that bolsters students' school spirit.
There are many ways of categorizing movies: genre, ratings, prominence of actors and many more. But in recent years, whether or not a movie passes the Bechdel Test has become a new category.
Journalists need to follow a code of ethics to ensure validity and trust among their readers to get back to an America where the public trusts the media to deliver their information.