Second-year law student John Gardner responds to Christina Roffe's column, " Students should have more extra credit opportunities."
Ordering food on campus can be expensive and time consuming. More students should consider planning weekly meals ahead of time.
The fact that gay bars are the only explicitly LGBTQ+ spaces in South Carolina promotes harmful stereotypes and discourages the queer community.
Banning electronic devices like laptops in classrooms can make some students more productive – but it can also prevent students from using their preferred method of note-taking.
Offering extra credit can help students struggling with stress and anxiety to stay on track.
Due to varying levels of student commitment, group projects are ineffective teaching tools and scheduling nightmares.
While Division I athletes produce massive revenue for the NCAA, they often live below the poverty line. Student athletes should be allowed to accept sponsorship money and profit from their own labor.
Students have a responsibility to help the homeless in their community. Here are some ways to get started.