As I step into the role of editor-in-chief, I am a bundle of nerves and excitement as I plan for the future with a dedicated, talented team alongside me. Throughout the next year, I promise we will continue to report and continue the conversation on mental health our staff started this past semester.
Graduate Allison Dunavant speaks on her experience filing a lawsuit against the University of South Carolina and professor of studio art David Voros. Dunavant writes the problem is bigger than her, and USC's policies are harming students.
The actions of pro-Trump protesters in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6, including the storming of the U.S. Capitol building, fundamentally contradict conservative values and beliefs.
No breaks this semester is becoming draining on students' mental health. Students need to have breaks within the semester in order to refresh.
The school's decision to cancel spring break was a smart approach as it will curb the spread of COVID-19 on campus and in the Columbia community. While more wellness days should be implemented, this decision will be beneficial in the long-run since past student behavior can be viewed as reckless.
With some necessary precautions, dating can be a precious source of social support during the pandemic.
Student should focus on personal relationships during time in college.
Twitter and Facebook's attempts at suppressing the New York Post's article about Hunter Biden set a dangerous precedent for Big Tech's role in our media and politics. These companies already have a huge amount of power over the news we see, so we need to think twice before giving them even more.
Politics play a role in the family dynamic. It's important to understand your family members' opinions.