On Valentine’s Day, we often focus on impressing and showing off to our significant others and friends, whether by looking glamorous or by splurging on gifts for our loved ones. Instead of focusing on the competitive, consumeristic nature of society on Valentine’s Day, we should reflect on love’s best qualities by exchanging handmade gifts.
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On Friday, Jan. 24, USC students joined thousands from across the country at the 47th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. For some of us, it was our first time attending. For all of us, it was an honor to be part of such a historic day: It was the first time a U.S. president attended and spoke, and it is believed to have been the largest March for Life to date.
In the last decade, interest in veganism and gluten-free diets has significantly increased. Additionally, many people have food allergies, including lactose intolerance and celiac disease, a hypersensitivity to gluten.
One of Australia's most iconic mammals, the koala, is particularly at risk of extinction due to wildfire deforestation, but introducing them to New Zealand could save them.
The lack of parking at USC has been a common student complaint. Because space is at a premium now on campus, creating new parking requires the repurposing of other spaces and costly building materials. One partial solution that should be discussed is creating restrictions for freshmen to park on campus.
Once again I’m (reluctantly) stepping onto my soapbox to talk about USC’s presidential search scandal. I’ve said it before and I’ll repeat it until the sun explodes: USC’s presidential selection process was crooked through and through.
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.
With the 2020 primaries a few weeks away, everyone, from candidates to tabloids, have been pleading with young adults to perform their civic duty.
On Jan. 8, Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, announced they plan on stepping back from their royal duties. The sudden announcement on their joint Instagram caused a massive stir on social media. The public was confused and curious about why the couple had made this historic decision.
At the order of President Donald Trump, the U.S. government carried out a drone strike against Iranian Gen. Qasem Soleimani on Jan. 3. Mere hours after Soleimani’s death, the U.S. mobilized 3,000 troops to the Middle East, alarming the public and signaling that the U.S. might once again be on the brink of war.
There is something of a crisis in today’s journalism climate. According to a report conducted last fall at UNC Chapel Hill, local newspapers are closing at an alarming rate. One in five local American newspapers has vanished in the last fifteen years — are we witnessing the death of local news, or is there a way out?
Scrunchies, Hydro Flasks, big T-shirts, Nike Air Force Ones and puka shell jewelry seem to be an arbitrary list of clothing and accessories targeted towards teen girls. However, these are essential items belonging to what is known on social media as a "VSCO girl." The term, first appearing in 2017, has become an insult toward girls who follow the “conformist” trend.
Making friends in your classes can be a rewarding experience, and it only takes a little effort from you to get the conversation started. Though many students decide to brave the slog of challenging course material on their own, taking the time to make friends in a class can make learning the material and studying for the tests a little more bearable.
With the 2020 Golden Globes last week and the Oscars on the horizon, awards season is in full swing. Talk of politics is often brought up around this time, whether by noting the diversity of those being awarded or the statements made by awardees.
South Carolina defeats Alabama (2010)
With the often cited commercialism of Christmas, we tend to get caught up in the wonderful but sometimes anticlimactic anticipation of Christmas Day. Anticipation for gifts. Anticipation for peace. Anticipation for some kind of neat resolution to the world’s problems or, at least, our own.
As students begin this new semester, many are thinking about their education as a whole — how many more classes do I need to take, is this class going to be too difficult, etc. But besides making it to graduation, what really can be used to assess the quality of an individual student’s educational success?
Eighteen-year-olds are legally considered adults, allowed to vote and die for this country, but have to wait to grab a drink and now a cigarette until they are 21. Conversely, science says the brain isn’t fully developed until the age of 25. These varying definitions beg the question: What is adulthood?
As the 2020 election draws near, voting can get overwhelming, as candidates scramble to win over voters. This election could lead to Trump’s second term or a Democratic candidate's win.
What, in your opinion, are the most important things for students to do during the semester?