With the upcoming 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, people are able to reflect and understand how that tragic day continues to impact us to this day. With various opportunities to commemorate the day in Columbia, those within the community should strive to honor those whose lives were lost and to never forget.
Mental health and fitness are both important, but have you ever thought about combining them to improve your overall wellbeing? The mind-body connection could help you maintain a happy and healthy lifestyle while returning to life back on campus.
There is a lack of diversity within USC's board of trustees, and the student body needs to be better represented. With this lack of diversity, social issues at our institution cannot be addressed properly.
Here is list of five books that every college student should read at least once.
The pandemic is not over yet. We must do everything we can to ensure it finally ends.
Interim university President Harris Pastides, and whoever replaces him as university president, must be willing to prioritize student, faculty and staff interests.
Druggings in Five Points are a reality, not a myth. Stricter laws, bar responsibility and general awareness of other bar-goers could help prevent more.
As editor-in-chief, The Daily Gamecock will continue building on the commitments we have made to ourselves and to our community.
With the recent passing of former USC president James “Jim” Holderman on April 3, many reflected on his legacy in both the good and more questionable things he did for the university.
Student welfare is at stake when the university is not proactively considering solutions to issues of racial injustice, sexual violence and threats to student safety. USC needs to be proactive, rather than simply responding to public outcries.
Awareness of the varieties of dialect within the United States and around the world will help us to establish more solid connections between each other.
All workers deserve a union, and all communities deserve a good newspaper. The unionization efforts at The State are important for both.