The resources provided by the Thomas Cooper Library are often overlooked by students, but the library does so much more than loan books. Students should take advantage of the multitude of resources and services that the library has to offer.
The health and mental well-being benefits associated with religion and spirituality positively impact students. People can improve their life by implementing religion and spirituality practices into their everyday routine.
Heading into the 2023 season, Gamecock football fans already have a lot to be excited about after two ranked wins to end 2022. But for USC's senior class, the season marks a final chance to be a college student after years of setbacks and limitations.
Group fitness classes are a great way to experiment with different workout classes and to haver fun while staying active at school. Here are four places, discounted to students, that will help you find a new way to workout.
The Daily Gamecock's 2023 Editor-in-Chief Sydney Dunlap reevaluates change as a new school year begins. "So this year, as all the changes start to feel overwhelming, I plan to take a step back and remember how I’m still loved, seen and supported, even if it looks different," Dunlap writes.
There is a lot of stigma about women's and gender studies, which is often not recognized as an important discipline. However, there is so much value that can be gained from looking at how different identities interact with society, making these courses necessary for any college student.
Every racial, ethnic and cultural group, particularly those classified as people of color are commonly subjected to dangerous and discriminatory stereotypes. If these stereotypes are maintained and continuously pushed, we will continue to live in a society where people make assumptions about you before getting to know you.
There are so many bad drivers around the USC area, and a lot of that is due to the carelessness of students. Students should be more aware of their surroundings when it comes to the roads to reduce the fear of getting into an accident.
There needs to be a more accessible way for students who are trigged by mandatory Title IX education to opt out of completing it. For some past victims of sexual violence, the training can reopen old wounds, and the university has few options for opting out of the program.
Robert F. Kennedy came to campus in 1963 and discussed a problem that is familiar today — racism. Kennedy’s words from 1963 speak to our current moment. “We live today in an era of challenge. This is the time of uncertainty and peril; it is also a time of great opportunity.”
Currently, Carolina Core is overly broad and takes too much time away from students' major classes. Instead, it should focus more on niche-oriented classes that make it easier for students to check off requirements and graduate.
Critical race theory should be debated and considered more thoroughly before it is banned in South Carolina public schools, school districts and institutions of higher education.
Multiple great TV shows premiered this school year, and four of them, "The Last of Us," "The White Lotus" season two, "House of the Dragon" and "1923," are especially worthy of a watch.