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This past Friday night, I was awakened by a raucous student party next door. The noise traveled through their walls and mine. It was so loud that I had to go to the other side of my house to sleep.
Editor's note: Protesters quoted in this column use language that might be triggering to some readers.
If you test positive for COVID-19, you should be thinking about hunkering down and isolating immediately instead of going home.
Our perception of women’s suffrage should not be confined to the history and stories of white women.
First-year students at USC are in luck – Columbia is a city with a lot to offer, and freshmen who have just arrived have the perfect opportunity to explore and get to know their new home.
Although online classes can be frustrating, they offer some unique pros, such as allowing students to develop time management strategies and giving professors the chance to innovate how they deliver course material.
A vote for a third-party presidential candidate is not a wasted vote, especially in an election like 2020.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's pick of Kamala Harris for running mate will do little to change the polls this November.
Coming to college is a big change, but use the resources at your disposal and don't give up.
The 2020-2021 academic year will be a time of change. The coronavirus will be present in our community, so we must all take personal responsibility for our own health and that of our friends, family, professors and neighbors. It will also be important that we are resilient. Change will happen and we will need to find healthy ways to cope with stress and anxiety.
Use the following clues to find letters from plaques and buildings around campus. Unscramble the letters for a message for your semester.
Instead of agonizing over the legality of mask mandates or quarantine measures, perhaps worry about the well-being of your fellow man first.
Amid one of the worst regional COVID-19 outbreaks in the country, USC students need to find a way to party safely this fall, and the lively bar scene that USC is known for may pose a danger to the health of the campus community.
Renaming buildings on campus or taking down statues shouldn’t be hard, yet here we are.
George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Vanessa Guillén. These are just some of the names that we lifted up this summer, rallying cries to treat people justly and hold individuals responsible for their acts of violence and uncaring towards others.
Right now, instead of focusing on what we are limited by, student organizations should focus on engaging their community and fostering collaboration.
Dear President Caslen,
To be Young, Gifted, and Black is said to be a “lovely, precious dream.” But what is it to be Young, Gifted, queer, and Black?
As co-chairs of the Richard T. Greener Memorial Committee, we sent this letter to President Caslen and the Board of Trustees this morning. While we are thrilled to see the administration consider changing the name of Sims College, we hope that this is just the first action in a much larger coordinated effort to reconcile our university’s history. We praise the students, faculty, and staff who have worked over the recent years and weeks to confront our university’s complicity and perpetuation of racism and ask that the administration continue to amplify those voices and demands.