I don’t think I ever understood what catcalling was until I came to USC.
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University and classroom policies are among my favorite things to analyze. They seem to be misguided and exacerbate situations they aim to fix. As a result, taking the rules of college life and applying them to the rest of the world yield some interesting results.
Everyone has their own definition of success. Some people think it’s a financial goal, others think it’s eternal happiness. Ultimately, it is the output of our hopes and goals. However, a lot of people don’t think like this. People get stuck on what is preventing them from achieving success instead of growing from it.
Halfway through the semester, there’s fair chance you might not have closely reviewed a syllabus in a few months. However, upon glancing at several syllabuses and the university bulletin, you may be reminded of the odd policy concerning attendance.
If you’ve ever set foot on a college campus, chances are you’ve seen someone JUULing. The ubiquitous vice is as common as smoking was in the naïve days of America’s past, and within the past year has taken the college world by storm. Needless to say, the phenomenon is a controversial one.
The internet is an incredible tool for sharing information with people globally. The drawback is it allows misinformation to spread and is a breeding ground for conspiracy theories.
I spent much of my childhood with my brother and his best friend, and we did things stereotypically reserved for boys.
It's hard to resist the unexplainable and uncontrollable urge to take a BuzzFeed quiz to find out what kind of sandwich you are. In fact, in the middle of researching for this article I found out that I am, without a doubt, a hamburger with lettuce for buns.
Often when I am scrolling through YouTube trying to find a way to procrastinate on my homework, I stumble across video titles like, “You Won’t Believe How Much THIS Costs!” or “10 Things Everyone Should Know About Online Shopping (SHOCKING!).” And while these titles are tempting to click on, I know, deep down, they aren’t true. YouTube videos will also often have pictures in the thumbnail that have celebrities or other images that aren’t even discussed in the video.
Despite my disagreement with his politics, I genuinely respect Bernie Sanders. The man is a true maverick, and he delivered a much-needed challenge to the Clinton democratic orthodoxy in 2016.
I always think about the movie moments in my life. Little blips of time covered in a vignette stored in my mind based on silly clichés and terrible teen dramas.
'How can something that's free be stolen?' is a question I've heard repeatedly after approximately 500 copies of The Daily Gamecock were stolen from news racks throughout campus.
Walking around USC's campus can be a beautiful and peaceful experience for students walking to class, a college tour or just a leisurely stroll. On most days it can be quite enjoyable to walk down Greene Street, the Horseshoe, the Pickens Street bridge and anywhere else your heart desires. However, on some days there are spots that should be avoided.
There's no shame in sitting down and reading a long book over the weekend.
In a time where everything happens instantly, it is important that people are able to manage their time and get through tasks as quickly as possible. That is why many people, including myself, prefer to watch a TV series instead of reading a book or watching a movie.
Immigration in the United States is an important and divisive issue, but when it affects a public figure like 21 Savage, arguably one of the biggest names in hip-hop, it shines a light on why some of these innocent people do not deserve deportation.
In the recent campaigns for Student Government positions, many students have voiced that interest is low. Student constituents claim they do not know what SG does and its members are wishing for more participation in their affairs. But it is not the job of either of these groups to raise interest — it’s the job of political activists.
Just as clothes and jewelry come in and out of fashion, so have many environmentalist movements. One year it’s canvas grocery bags, another it's hybrid cars and this year it’s plastic straws.
The Daily Gamecock received a call Sunday night raising concerns about a cartoon depicting 2019-2020 candidates for student body president.
The 2019-2020 Student Government elections are quickly approaching. This campaign season had three candidates for speaker of the senate, two for treasurer, three for vice president and five for president for a total of 13.