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As football season comes to a close, some students here at South Carolina might be mourning their role as sports spectators. No more shuttles to Williams-Brice Stadium, no more watching the football team go out there and try their best.
It’s 2 a.m. Saturday morning and South Carolina plays Clemson in 10 hours. Of course, my last game as a student would be a noon game. I should be getting plenty of sleep to prepare for a morning of tailgating, but here I am writing this letter from the editor. I procrastinated writing it, like I did many other stories and assignments this year.
Why is it that college has become a game of “who has it worse?”
You cannot attend the University of South Carolina without having heard of Cook Out. This particular fast-food chain is beloved by the USC student body for its comfort food menu, late-night hours and, most importantly, its college student-friendly prices.
It’s that time of year again, that odd limbo between Thanksgiving and winter break otherwise known as finals season. Freshmen, you’ve almost made it! You are hopefully acclimated to life as a USC student and are now facing your first set of finals as college students.
The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act was created in 1998 to keep children from sharing personal information online without their parents' knowledge.
Once again, Taylor Swift was forced to fight for the rights to her work, highlighting the underlying sexism within the music industry and its dark history of exploitation.
If you’ve updated Instagram recently, you might be confused to find that you can no longer view how many likes other accounts receive on their posts.
Professors often seem to wonder, “Why do students not take my assignments (or readings or lectures) seriously?” The answer is that students have no evidence that professors care for the limited nature of their time any more than professors know if students care to actually spend the time learning the course material.
Everyone has at least one friend who only plays popular music. Their playlists consist of songs found on the radio, their Pandora searches and the Billboard Hot 100. This isn’t to say that these people’s music choices are particularly bad, it just means that they don’t choose to think about the music they are playing.
Living with a roommate is something every person should experience in their lifetime. Opportunities such as these — which test your boundaries, resourcefulness and patience — are unique to the college experience. I cannot think of any other situation in which placing two scared, stressed strangers in a shoebox-sized room and forcing them to coexist for eight months would be justified.
There is a very fine line in our world today between staying true to our own identities and respecting those of other people. In our culture, we have many groups that shout at the rest of the world that they deserve respect, and they do. The problem is finding a way to live out your identity steadfastly while allowing other individuals the same.
Google has done a stellar job in gaining major market hold on many processes everyday consumers do on the internet. It is no doubt a leader among search engines, earning over 85% of the market share of desktop users. That isn’t all that Google offers, though.
Perhaps you don’t yet realize it, but the next vehicle you purchase should and will likely be fully electric powered. While still only a sliver of total new car sales in the U.S. (2%), electric vehicles (EVs) now account for 4% of sales in California. For better or worse, most trends begin there.
I am writing to you to voice my profound frustration and incredulity at a recent opinion column that was allowed to run in The Daily Gamecock. The piece, titled “Gamecock basketball needs a face in the NBA, Chris Silva is not it,” is an embarrassment to The Daily Gamecock, the University of South Carolina and proud alumni everywhere. It is an opinion piece, granted, but there is no reasonable and rational opinion in the world drawn from any facts surrounding Chris Silva’s career at the University of South Carolina that could come up with the conclusions submitted in this piece. It was an amateurish and pathetic hit job, plain and simple, and I believe that The Daily Gamecock should publicly apologize to Chris.
It’s Sunday evening.
In college, time and money are practically the same thing. You have to pay for college, so you might as well take advantage of the four years you are here.