Women in the public eye have been shamed and humiliated for decades. They deserve to get the chance to reclaim their respect.
As USC students, it is essential for us to help stop hate crimes and discrimination against minority groups together. Here are several ways students can participate to fight discrimination, racism and hate crimes against minorities on campus through campus resources and organizations.
South Carolina's General Assembly is trying to bring back the death penalty. It serves no purpose except for cruelty.
USC students should be able to watch South Carolina games without jumping though hoops, and the fact that we often can't reveals a larger problem with college sports.
Drinking culture during holidays is heightened. Fostering a new view on drinking is important to changing drinking culture.
Public policy experts need to increase their understanding on city infrastructure and resource availability to be better prepared for future worldwide crises.
Although people are slowly starting to get the COVID-19 vaccine, everyone — even people who have gotten vaccinated — must still follow COVID-19 guidelines for the near future.
Many of the deaths that resulted from COVID-19 patients being placed in nursing homes were avoidable and done in haste. Governors such as Andrew Cuomo of New York are now facing appropriate criticism for these decisions and the attempts to cover the death numbers up.
The fashion industry excludes many women from its sizing options, impacting the way women see their bodies in relation to their size and worsening body image.
On every level of society, from our interpersonal relationships to local law, we're told romance will be our most meaningful relationship. This ideology is wrong.
It is important to address the distractions we experience on video calls that might damage our self-esteem and diminish our learning lessons.
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.