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April is an eventful month as students begin to finalize plans for the summer, the next academic year and post-graduation.
Surveying in advance could solve shortage The University of South Carolina prides itself on being the state of South Carolina’s flagship university, providing more than 30,000 students with the tools they need to succeed in college and in life. However, recently one problem came to the surface and manifested itself during registration week.
Unless you are lucky enough to have hit the lottery or perhaps have wealthy relatives, it’s become difficult for many families to afford the rising costs of a college degree.
The world’s social media sphere erupted in praise and lengthy obituaries Monday for Margaret Thatcher, the first and only female prime minister of Great Britain, and her often controversial policies.
Good and bad are relative terms and their relativity is important in examining the value of standardized testing.
Since 2009, Atlanta Public Schools have been embroiled in a scandal over teachers cheating on standardized tests administered to students and it’s not a new phenomenon.
Healthy Carolina isn’t the only organization trying to make life difficult for South Carolina’s smokers.
Misinforming children causes developmental issues later in life With shows like “Toddlers and Tiaras” becoming increasingly popular, it is no shock that the sexualization of young girls has become ingrained in American culture.
Cable becoming obsolete, less convenient to viewers The fight between cable TV and online streaming services illustrates the free market economy at its finest.