On Jan. 27, 1945, the Soviet Union's Red Army entered Auschwitz, a German death camp located in Poland. There, they found several thousand ill or dying prisoners within the camp — those who had been too weak to go on the death marches of the Nazis who evacuated the camp. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum estimates "at minimum 1.3 million people were deported to Auschwitz from 1940 to 1945; of these, at least 1.1 million were murdered.
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The amendment removing exceptions to the “heartbeat bill” that bans abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected is a mistake that will hurt South Carolina women, especially students.
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.
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.
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.
Vinegar-based barbecue is superior to all other types of barbecue.
Local coffee shops, not Starbucks, should be stationed around campus, because they are more accessible for student employment, have the freedom to experiment to make a better cup of coffee and allow students more options for unique experiences.
Joe Biden is a candidate for another day and another time.
In 1776, the United States put out the Declaration of Independence which outlined the core values for the newly formed nation: life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Later, when the United States Constitution was outlined, it included several key rights in the First Amendment to the Constitution – namely the right to free speech and peaceful assembly. These values are central to the rights Americans have enjoyed since the advent of our new nation and have become part of our national identity abroad.
sYou would think that if the lungs of our planet were on fire, we would pay more attention.
Election season for 2020 has already come into full swing as Democratic candidates prepare for the third Democratic debate in September with what should be stricter guidelines.
It is indisputable that the appointment of Robert Caslen as USC’s 29th president was a long and controversial process. After President Harris Pastides announced his retirement, tensions ran high in both April and July as student activists tried to stop Caslen from getting the position.
You need to be paying attention to USC’s search for a new president.
Show: “Good Omens”
During any holiday season, whether it’s Valentine’s Day or Christmas, people love to complain about the consumerism of celebrating a holiday. But what happens if the excess of a celebration costs the American people hundreds of thousands of dollars?
With students returning from their summer breaks and the new semester kicking into high gear, Columbia is as vibrant as ever. Whether you're a long-time resident looking for something new or an incoming freshman setting foot in Carolina for the first time, there are plenty of places to go to experience arts and culture around Columbia. Here’s a list of just some of the unique places arts lovers can take advantage of around the city.
Thomas Cooper Library seems packed with people getting ready for final exams, papers and projects.
As finals week rapidly approaches, it's important to focus on the upcoming papers, presentations and tests that determine our final grades. But as we finish out these last two weeks of the semester, it's important not to lose sight of something far more important than our final grades: ourselves.
Reading is one of America’s favorite pastimes and is fundamental to education. But reading as a college student seems more and more like a chore than a fun hobby or educational experience.
Mikey Day and Streeter Seidell of Saturday Night Live brought lots of laughs from New York City to Columbia early this week.