Anonymous college forums are a dime-a-dozen today. From RateMyProfessor to AnonymousCampus.com, some have their purposes and some are just there to exist. Are they really worth all the buzz that they receive though? G&B weighs in with the pros and cons in this issue's #CarolinaProblems.
After their friends’ wave of appeals for them to start a band, Kelsey Lopezdevictoria, a fourth-year psychology major, and Randy Moore, a second-year social work student, met last spring and, after getting to know each other, gave it a shot.
It’s a landmark week in the news. Yes, there are the Wisconsin layoffs going on, the protests in Africa and the Middle East, Apple’s iPad 2 “supposedly” being released on Wednesday and the death count still rising following the earthquake in New Zealand. But I want to bring attention to an issue that we, Americans, need to pay attention to in the world of news, sports and media.
With all the high-profile news going on this week, it’s hard to go through it all and really figure out what really affects us students at South Carolina. Aside from the protests in Bahrain and across the region forcing gas prices to rise even higher, the national government’s looming budget deadline for the coming year has most strongly grabbed my interest.
Yes, I’m about to get into economics. But wait! Before you click that "back” button, hear me out.
The Christmas and New Year's holidays typically mean time with family, lots of resting up and New Year’s resolutions. The presidential family was no different from others these holidays as they spent theirs near the president’s hometown in Hawaii.