It looks as if USC is getting smarter and smarter every day, thanks in no small part to the numerous grants and scholarships our school offers.
After a crime wave that rocked the area last year, we think it’s great the Police Department will seek input from the citizens they have sworn to protect.
There’s a lot of good that can be said about living in South Carolina. But despite all the things that make our state great, the one thing we drive on every day and typically take for granted could end up being our ultimate undoing.
Law enforcement may argue that alcohol is the root of all crime in Five Points, but the best way to lower the crime rate in Columbia to lower the drinking age.
Homelessness has always been a huge problem in Columbia, and it’s one that has only continued to get worse through the years.
After four years of working at The Daily Gamecock, I wouldn’t be surprised if you’ve never seen me. While I admire the newspaper reporter’s adventurous spirit — searching for truth, meeting new people, sharing their stories — I prefer to work behind the scenes, often doing the job that only gets noticed when it isn’t done right.
Unfair blame after terrorist attacks breeds mistrust within community On Sunday, New York Rep. Peter King went on Meet the Press and discussed the Muslim community in America with the U.S.’s first Muslim congressman, Rep.
As we continue to know more about the Tsarnaev brothers motives, we shouldn’t use their acts to categorize all Chechens or Muslims.
In their last Senate meeting of the semester, we find it troubling that only 32 (out of 48) senators took the time to vote.