The university should be more proactive in advertising changes to keep students hydrated at football games.
Participating in combat sports could help students improve their mental health and physical safety.
South Carolina's decision to start classes back up on Monday wasn't in the best interests of students.
Don't believe the hype about the new Russell House food options.
The NRA-Yeti fiasco proves why people need to think before they act.
Instead of the current system of transitioning students between advisors, we should have one consistent advisor who handles students throughout college.
Raising the minimum age of all firearms sales to 21 would be an injustice.
Korean is an important language, and USC should offer a comprehensive major program in it.
A new space race would jumpstart technological development — not to mention that it would be really cool.
China's most recent encroachment on free speech should influence our trade and diplomatic relations with them.
The SEC could grow its schools by sponsoring an esports league.
With the introduction of spectator esports, gaming is gaining legitimacy as a sport.
Getting rid of net neutrality would damage the free market and allow exploitative monopolies to form.
There should be more emergency call boxes near the apartment buildings where freshmen have been housed.
Politicizing the judicial branch takes away the only nonpartisan check on the government.
Calling people's Halloween costumes racist overly politicizes and takes the fun out of the holiday.
Free speech zones infringe on the constitutional rights of students.
Movie trailers ruin great scenes and plots, and they need to stop.
The Spanish government has done everything wrong in dealing with Catalonia.
Opinion writers Rodney Davis and Alyssa Broer debate whether the Department of Education's new sexual assault guidelines represent the rights of the accusers and the accused.