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TikTok has recently been banned on multiple universities' Wi-Fi due to potential security threats, but the bans are not helpful in protecting students and faculty's data. Putting a ban on TikTok would do more harm than good for the students at USC.
Student Government candidates need to create solid plans in order to help implement their campaign promises effectively.
With the recent murder of yet another transgender individual, people must actively participate to help prevent further violence against the trans community.
The term "freshman 15" often perpetuates a weight stigma in college students that can lead to stress-related eating and possible eating disorders. Students need to embrace the natural changes to their bodies and focus on creating healthy eating habits as they progress through college rather than worrying about weight.
When the protests in Iran started, Iranian students wanted the university to help spread awareness about the situation so that they could amplify the voices of those helpless from the regime, but, in that time of need, the university barely showed any support.
The university needs more diversity in academic leadership and faculty to better represent the students of USC and provide a comfortable space for them.
The university made an excellent choice in bringing in the new Dean of Libraries David Banush. His experience, past accomplishments and expertise in the library field make him a great choice for the dean of university libraries.
South Carolinians will be able to vote for their governor and decide who holds one of S.C.'s two senate seats. If you are not able to vote on Nov. 8 during the midterm elections, you have the option of getting an absentee ballot or going in for early voting.
The first-year experience in college is one that is memorable and should be stress-free. However, with the shortage of housing on campus this year, some first-time students are facing problems with USC's current housing accommodations.
Student Government's executive officers made several promises to help improve the university while they campaigned for office last semester. The executive officers for this year are going to make progressive changes to the campus.
Rex Tolliver is an excellent addition to the university due to his platform to improve USC and his track record of impressive accomplishments.
The recent Supreme Court ruling, made in late June, takes away the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) ability to reduce carbon emissions, which would increase climate risks and greatly damage South Carolina's environment.
The persistent heat in Columbia is not going away anytime soon. We should be prepared and avoid the sun damage and heat illnesses that these weather conditions can bring us.
Temperatures have risen above 100 degrees in Columbia and have left us to simmer in the heat. Despite the sun beating down on us, we shouldn't let that ruin our summer. It is important to be prepared and avoid the sun damage and heat illnesses that these new heat waves can bring us.
USC's COVID-19 policies should reflect the need to continue wearing masks in indoor areas, such as academic buildings and research spaces, to reduce the spread of COVID-19 to high-risk individuals.
With the recent increase in fashion trends, college students have been consuming more clothes than ever. Consumers should try to prevent the increase in fast fashion consumption in order to try to avoid environmental damages and worker mistreatment. To do this, consumers should be more conscious about where they buy clothes.
Between the difficulty of finding spaces and paying expensive prices, parking at the University of South Carolina can be frustrating for everyone. USC should look towards newer strategies to find a solution to these problems.
The University of South Carolina is underpaying its workers. With the effects of the pandemic in mind, it is crucial that we see an increase to a $15 minimum wage.
Climate change is a major problem that needs to be tackled immediately. There are small steps we can take as college students to help shrink our carbon footprint and reduce the impacts of climate change.
Watching movies on the silver screen while munching on salty popcorn beats watching movies in your home with distractions. Movies are much more enjoyable in theaters than at home.