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Column: Online classes are nothing new. It's time for universities to invest in making them better for students

"There was a lot of uncertainty at the start of the pandemic about how classes would be conducted and how professors would shift from their current teaching methods to a full-fledged online platform," columnist Varsha Gowda writes. "The system has come a long way since 2020, but there is still a lot of work that needs to be done to fully benefit students from online learning."

The Fall 2023 senior staff members of The Daily Gamecock pose for a picture outside of the University of South Carolina School of Journalism and Mass Communications on Nov. 5, 2023.

Letter from the editor: The team behind me

The Daily Gamecock's 2023 Editor-in-Chief Sydney Dunlap thanks her staff in her final letter in a print edition." It feels surreal that this will be the last time my signature will sit at the bottom of a page in a print edition. For a while, I’ve tried to think about what I wanted to write about, and I finally decided that it would be best to finish with what I’m proudest of — my team."

Column: Taylor Swift reclaiming her music is inspiring for all

Taylor Swift’s decision to re-record her first six albums has a memorable impact on Swifties and artists alike. While it is not uncommon for the music industry to gain ownership of an artist’s masters, her re-recordings make a bold statement about artists’ rights in the music industry. 

A photo illustration of a computer screen showing tabs open for Chatsonic and Blackboard Learn on Oct. 4, 2023. Chatsonic is an AI-powered chatbot developed to rival ChatGPT.

Column: USC's AI policy is unclear. And that's a problem

The absence of clear guidelines regarding AI use highlights the need for a cohesive, university-wide policy at the University of South Carolina. Establishing a comprehensive policy could enhance ethical and effective AI use among students and help them navigate an evolving academic landscape.