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Column: My time with burnout

I've been in a leadership position on the Daily Gamecock for just under a year now, and I'm only now realizing that my health should come first.

A poll worker gets "I Voted" stickers ready to hand to voters as they finished up at the ballot booths at Jan Kaminis Platt Regional Library in South Tampa, Fla., on November 6, 2012. (Carolina Hidalgo/Tampa Bay Times/TNS)

Column: If you want real change in this country, vote

Many people, including a lot of people 18 to 24 years of age, claim that voting does nothing or do not vote; that their voices aren't heard; that there are other ways of changing society. They are wrong in every way. Voting is the only way to enact real, lasting change.

Column: Take some time to reflect on 2020

More than six months into the pandemic, take time to consider what we have learned in this unique experience. Looking back at how we handled things this year can be a catalyst for growth individually and socially. 

Doctor with a patient.

Column: A lack of POTS research endangers patients

Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) is a common blood circulation disorder that often affects young women. However, even though it's common, there's not a lot of research about it. Read here to find out how it affects people's daily lives, and why it's crucial for medical professionals to know more about it.