While reality dating shows have grown in popularity over the course of the pandemic, people should stray away from overly watching them. These types of shows can distort our sense of reality regarding real-world interactions and dating.
In lieu of an endorsement, The Daily Gamecock asked Student Government executive position candidates to tell students why to vote for them.
Aside from some concrete yet unattainable goals, the debate for executive Student Government positions included some nebulous and baffling lines ripe for any junior politician.
"The Expanse" is a must-watch sci-fi show, and its fifth season is no exception. It's full of sci-fi action, dramatic politics and excellent characters.
While its original meaning surrounded love, Valentine's Day has become overly commercialized and monetized through excessive spending on gifts and expectations culture has set. With the current COVID-19 climate, people may have the opportunity to turn away from that and celebrate the holiday appropriately.
The idea that the short squeeze of GameStop's stock represents real economic change is wrong, because there's no way to reform capitalism.
The South Carolina State Legislature has faced the question of whether or not to sell Santee Cooper since 2017; the potential buyer's lobbying and political spending puts the process's integrity into question.
While many tend to focus on the game, the commercials featured during the Super Bowl are equally important. Not only do they prove to be entertaining, but they are also extremely profitable for the companies involved and vital to the world of marketing.
Trump's departure means that late-night hosts will have to adapt to the loss of material with new, authentic content — or risk losing the viewers Trump's antics brought to their shows.
For the past decade, Disney has been remaking many of its animated classics. The company should stop.
Understanding influential political ideologies is a valuable tool for understanding the chaotic and confusing politics which the United States face today.
Due to the shutdown of creative spaces en masse in the age of COVID-19, the federal government should appropriate funds for the arts like it did during the Great Depression.
Making vaccinations mandatory would save so many lives and prevent horrible diseases from afflicting people.
Since social media is our main form of communication, it deserves to be free of hateful speech that calls for violence. If this speech happens to be Republican in nature? Oh, well.
It's common to hear the COVID-19 pandemic described as a "war," but that is a false metaphor. The use of militarized language to describe our response to society's problems isn't just inaccurate; it suggests a reason America can't solve those problems.