Schools should look to more diverse programs rather than vocational models so that students can explore their interests.
If diversity and intersectionality matter to those who have shown up to the Women’s March for the last two years, they should also show up to rallies protesting other forms of identity-based oppression.
Not all students look for help with loneliness and mental illness — USC should create more effective resources.
A USC student’s complaint against three universities claiming “discrimination against men” is unfounded and uninformed.
Sustainability — it’s everyone’s new favorite buzzword.
The dining halls on campus fail to regularly provide students nutrition through vegetables for the first meal of the day.
For those who believe the University of South Carolina is the rightful owner of the abbreviated title “USC,” I’m sorry to say they are simply wrong.
It is students’ civic duty to end political apathy, stay informed and participate in the upcoming presidential election.
This column is a beginner’s foray into the state of city matters.