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The results of the 2020 election shouldn't be doubted. It is indisputable that Joe Biden is the President-elect. To humor Trump's complaining would set a dangerous precedent. Questioning legitimate election results is not what happens in stable countries. Rather, it is what happens in third world countries where dictatorships masquerade as democracies.
Blue Georgia is a pleasant surprise, but it was going to happen eventually.
As the next White House administration prepares to take office in January, the ongoing concerns of climate change need to be addressed for the sake of establishing sustainable living.
Last month, Twitter and Facebook decided to restrict access to a likely false New York Post story about Hunter Biden’s time at a Ukrainian natural gas company. These decisions should not be celebrated as a victory against “fake news” because they set a dangerous precedent for the role of Big Tech in our media.
Just as people have the right to vote, they also have the right to abstain, either because of barriers to voting or political disinterest.
With the election now over, the topic of politics is bound to be on everyone’s minds. As Thanksgiving arrives, it’s essential to listen to your family members’ political opinions, even if you don’t necessarily agree.
While the world continues to grapple with the ongoing changes of normalcy within the COVID-19 pandemic, college football fans of South Carolina should be allowed to attend more than one game.
The existence of the Electoral College is detrimental to American politics. It is a relic of the past that must either be updated for modern times or be confined to the dustbin of history entirely.
As South Carolina first began to feel the effects of COVID-19, the USC faculty senate decided to give students the option to use a pass/fail grading system for the spring 2020 semester. In order to protect students’ mental health and academic success, the university should offer the same option for fall 2020 and all future semesters affected by the pandemic.
While many students have expressed their disappointment in the University of South Carolina’s decision to cancel spring break this year, prohibiting the students from going away for a week and coming back to school all at once will actually be beneficial in keeping the community safe from Covid-19 being spread.
COVID-19 has changed the dating game, encouraging people to get to know each other before physically getting close.
This school year has taken away fall and spring break from students because of COVID-19, negatively impacting students’ mental health.
Volunteering to read to children and/or donating books is a small step to helping them have a successful future. Reading is so much more than a simple pastime. It helps kids gain essential skills, such as vocabulary building, and enhances their current writing skills.
In a time of such calamity, people should be working together to find common ground and accomplish things. However, many Americans have become caught up in a fog of bitterness and resentment this year with the presidential election. Instead of resorting to conflict and polarization, people should strive to understand one another and work toward a better America.
The confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court means if Democrats take control of the White House and the Senate, then they don’t have a choice: They must pack the court.
Social media allows horror authors to get feedback on their work and lets others share it in a short-form format that brings horror back to its roots as short stories told and retold by audiences.
I’m starting to realize I’m a bit of an escapist.
“We’re fine. It’s fine. I’m fine.”
Halloween is on a Saturday this year, and there’s going to be a full moon to make it extra spooky. Under literally any other conditions from the past century, this should be a banger of an All Hallows' Eve ripe for going out, partying, scaring some friends and drinking responsibly.
If America wants to change its politics for the better, the two-party system must be broken. Almost all of the problems of American politics can be traced to the divide between our two parties.