As a fellow people-pleaser, saying “no” to family, friends or even complete strangers has always been a struggle for me.
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With all due respect to my fellow Americans, most of us simply don't know that a "liberal/progressive" is not the same thing as a "socialist."
In an age when people use the phrases “your truth” and “my truth” in place of simple opinions, one must ask: Whatever happened to the truth? How can your truth, my truth and the truth all exist in the same space, and remain valid?
By most accounts, the number of candidates competing for a presidential nomination in the Democratic Party is massive. With 19 Democrats still remaining in the field, it is virtually impossible to accommodate enough time to highlight each candidate’s platform.
Imagine having to go to class on Christmas instead of spending time at church or at home with your family. Maybe on Easter, one of the holiest days of the Christian faith, your professor declines your request to be excused from class and your final grade is decreased because you end up over your absence limit.
It’s 2019 — we get it. If you’re a woke college liberal, you can easily dismiss an argument for a meatless diet by blaming everything on the big, bad corporations causing the “real” harm to animals and our environment.
When it comes to holiday preparation, your holiday-prep timeline is based on the type of person you are and what holiday is coming up.
College is awesome; no doubt about it.
In July, it was difficult to be neutral on the Caslen controversy. Today, it’s impossible.
Every year, the consumer population is blessed with an outpour of brand new products from its favorite big-name companies, which push the average consumer out of cutting technological edge and further down the line of obsolescence.
You may have never thought about it before, but walking in public seems to have a certain flow to it.
Pride is a place where all members of the LGBTQ+ community can feel safe, including those who may not be publicly out or may not appear to be a part of the LGBTQ+ community. Pride attendees should not judge those who attend, even if they appear cisgender, heterosexual or attending as allies.
At orientation all freshmen received a “Carolina Forever” class of 2023 shirt that we wore proudly with a black lanyard holding our CarolinaCards hung safely around our necks.
This week I’ll mark my 60th day as president of the University of South Carolina and it seems as if very little time has passed since I was carrying boxes for new freshmen on move-in day and preparing for convocation, my first big speech as president. Now fall break is rapidly approaching, and in about two more weeks, the semester will already be halfway over.
The current national student debt in America collectively sums up to an astounding $1.5 trillion, according to a report issued by the Federal Reserve.
In the American political systems, irrationality and unreason are problems which are fundamentally prevented through countless acts of legislation.
Internships are critical to a student's college experience. They give the opportunity to learn more about the daily assignments and responsibilities of a career and help students learn skills that are hard to teach in a classroom setting. The thing is, internships are time consuming and limit the opportunities one can pursue outside the internship at the same time. Because of that opportunity cost, or what you have to give up to participate in a given activity, more internships should be compensated.
Saturdays in South Carolina come with pregame rituals: tailgates, cheers and the national anthem. However, amidst the bustle of the band and the singing of the alma mater, a prayer is always featured before South Carolina football games.
People love to hate USC’s rules about free speech, but the school promotes the free exchange of ideas while protecting students' ability to perform at school without being disturbed by hate speech, discrimination or offensive language.