The robbery of three students this past Tuesday in Five Points was a terrible event, as are all the robberies, shootings and sexual assaults that have recently taken place around Five Points and USC’s campus.
Teachers should take initiative against violence Dear USC Faculty and Staff, I received a text message Thursday at 11:19 p.m.
Gruesome Gosnell case illustrates lack of regulations in abortion industry While media attention was turned this week on gun control and the explosions at the Boston Marathon, members of Congress were attempting to bring notoriety to the atrocities mentioned in the trial of Kermit Gosnell, an abortionist in Philadelphia.
Government must act upon wishes of people The best thing about this week is that it is mercifully coming to an end.
Chinese criticism brings up flaws in US politics The Senate’s decision on gun control this past week opened another string of vehement discourse, but this time the conversation has trickled outside our nation’s boundaries.
South Carolina law binds our colleges and universities into making choices that don’t necessarily match up with reality
In his inaugural address earlier this year, President Barack Obama claimed, “Our journey is not complete until we find a better way to welcome the striving, hopeful immigrants who still see America as a land of opportunity,” and so far it appears that we have done so.
Very few people can truthfully say that they enjoy wrenching themselves out of bed at the crack of dawn for an 8 a.m.
Bond of community can overpower acts of terror The strength of community and the tenacious nature of the human spirit are perhaps best reflected by a marathon, where strangers from around the world cheer on other strangers who have expended so much effort to accomplish a feat they probably initially considered impossible.