As the Envision campaign has officially won the Student Government elections, it is time to immediately hold our student representatives accountable for their stance on mental health.
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Both University Housing and campus residents would benefit if a means of communication between them was more readily accessible.
TikTok is well on its way to changing the way musicians distribute their music. The social media app is becoming increasingly popular among younger generations, gaining more downloads than Facebook as of 2019. The Chinese media company Bytedance merged the already-popular app Musical.ly with TikTok’s 500 million monthly users in 2017.
If you are getting together your last minute plans for spring break, the nearby mountains are not only beautiful but also a great place to get out into nature, shop artisanal and historical souvenirs or just disconnect and relax. Consider opting out of the typical spring break beach trip in favor of a vacation to the Blue Ridge.
While the East Coast offers both mountains and beaches for all your vacationing needs, going to the beach for spring break is a classic trip that provides students with lifelong memories and a variety of great opportunities. Though there are many different options for beach vacations in South Carolina, two beaches near Columbia that students should consider visiting are Folly Beach and Myrtle Beach.
The Daily Gamecock will not be endorsing any Student Government candidates for the 2020 election.
This year, The Daily Gamecock is not doing endorsements. Instead, we asked the six Student Government executive candidates to send us a pitch on why students should vote for them.
Instead of whining about attendance policies that impact our grade, we should be championing them. Showing up to class is one of the easiest productive things you can do as a student, and we should support policies that reward that behavior.
In the last five years, the content of late-night television has seen a shift so profound that it quite literally only takes a single viewing to notice — everything is too political.
"Scooby-Doo" isn’t a dumb kid’s show; it’s a low-lying cultural juggernaut.
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With as much time as we invest listening to music, it can have huge effects on our moods, our perspectives on others and our general outlook on life, and we need to be intentional in our usage of it.
"The Bachelor" has captivated audiences across the U.S., but over the years romance has faded into the background and drama has become the main attraction, whereas in "Love Island," romance trumps conflict.
The proposed referendum that would change the role of treasurer to an appointed position instead of an elected one is not in the best interest of students – instead, it shows a distrust in the student body.
Early on, I learned that the key to success in college is talking to your professors.
The XFL’s policies do not circumvent politics — they simply silence one side. The XFL, a new professional football league, markets its mission as “for the love of football.” Accordingly, they mandate that all players stand for the national anthem and refuse to hire players who have been arrested.
Visitation policy has been debated in the Carolina student community for years, and while the Residence Hall Association (RHA) has been proficient at acknowledging the complaints of students, more improvements can be made in order for on-campus residence halls to have a more realistic approach to visitation policies.
We see it in our classrooms. We see it in our newsroom. We see it in our friends. We see it in ourselves.