The Daily Gamecock

Varsha Gowda


Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority (COMET) shuttles parked at the Greene Street transit stop. Taking the shuttle is one of many ways that individuals can tackle rising carbon emissions and its adverse effects on the South Carolina climate.  

Column: Reduce your carbon footprint on campus

Climate change is an ever-increasing problem, one with huge impacts on the people of South Carolina. We, as residents of the state, should do our best to curb the impact of climate change by reducing our carbon footprint.

An aerial view of the USC campus. The university displaced lower-income residents in areas such as Wheeler Hill and what once was the Ward One neighborhood in order to expand the campus.

Column: USC is gentrifying Columbia

USC needs to continue and further its efforts in reversing its gentrification on Columbia. The gentrification problem the university has created has had detrimental effects on city neighborhoods. 

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