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While I am a sensitive and emotional person, I have always hated showing my emotions to other people, even my closest friends and family. However, after what was probably the hardest summer of my life, I’ve learned to embrace the catharsis in showing others how I feel.
There are tons of different things that you could do with your friends this Halloween instead of going to a party, such as having costume contests, mask decorating "parties," scary movie marathons or going to haunted houses — what's most important is making safe, fun memories with your friends.
I have to start this off by saying, I love The Daily Gamecock. Not only have I witnessed myself grow personally and professionally, but I've also met some of the greatest, most talented people. I'm so glad to be a part of something such as this.
If I’m in the shower, at least nothing can bother me.
In the past year, I could count on one hand the number of times I didn't have a tight feeling in my chest.
We’re not OK.
Growing up in a media-saturated society was something I didn't understand the impact of until I arrived to college. Three years later, my coursework outlines the expanding nature of technology, connectivity and how this comes into play with human sociology. Needless to say, it's overwhelming.
“Have you talked to your grandma lately?” No, I haven’t.
I have always struggled with anxiety. I have made strides of progress in my struggles with mental health, but at the beginning of this semester, it felt like that all went down the drain.
College is, for most, a time full of uncertainty. Class selection, career prospects and housing all raise questions about the best path forward, not to mention the many social spheres that college students must navigate. I personally have changed degrees, left clubs to join new ones and even drastically rethought my own future while at USC.
From captions and graphics to headlines and tweets to newsletters and articles themselves, the copy desk section sees nearly all of the content The Daily Gamecock produces. It is generally considered “the last line of defense” against factual errors and inaccuracies.
While COVID-19 has affected many popular fall events, there is still plenty to do in Columbia to celebrate both autumn and Halloween. From outdoor activities such as apple-picking to indoor ones such as haunted houses, this part of South Carolina has a fruitful schedule of festivities to offer. Some may be in the heart of Columbia or a short road trip away.
After looking back on another election cycle's worth of debates, one thing is clear: We need a better way of comparing presidential candidates. One solution could be making moderators less important to the debate process.
A knife thunking into a corpse. A door slamming open as the killer walks in. Breaths rasping out of a hysterical teenager. Horror isn’t evoked by images; it’s illustrated by audio.
With the presence of social media today and Halloween coming up, a lot of college students feel pressure to dress revealingly, even if it's not what they feel comfortable in.
Lindsey Graham does not deserve to get re-elected due to his record of not representing the ideals and morals of either party.
Ruth Bader Ginsberg's seat on the Supreme Court should be determined by the next president.
College students might feel honored to attend a campus that boasts about its diversity, but they have a responsibility to unify it.
It’s often said that in the South, college football is a religion. If that’s the case, then we need a shoulder-pad-wearing Martin Luther — because college football is in an unsustainable position, and there’s no clear way out.
If you skip voting, you are throwing away a chance of making change happen. Now, this is far from the first headline or article trying to get you and everyone else in this country to vote. You can see it anywhere from YouTube to Instagram — everyone is trying to get everyone to vote. It might seem repetitive or tiring to see, but there is a reason for it.