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Remember the old saying, “You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover?”
Podcasts are caught in modern-media limbo. While they are only accessible through the Internet (making them easy for young people to find), they exist in a format similar to radio broadcastingthat most millennials are unfamiliar with, and which has a greater appeal to older generations.
Unless you've been living under a rock or have disconnected yourself from the modern world, these are essentially the same thing, then you've heard that gay marriage is now legal in all 50 states. There have been two responses to the landmark decision -- celebration in the LGBT community, and backlash from religious communities.
All freshman want one thing: to not be freshmen. A lot of us have the fear that if we don’t have the answers to everything right away, we're just the some annoying, stereotypical newbie, innocent and doe eyed.
Leslie Knope, the main character of NBC's hit sitcom "Parks and Recreation," is dedicated to her job at the Parks Department. She works long hours and refuses to stop working, even when it becomes inconvenient in her personal life. Leslie also shows professionalism and decorum with her style throughout the show, wearing mostly blazers and pant suits. Although Leslie's look may be more polished than your own particular style, you can adapt her look for any upcoming internships, events, or jobs that require business attire.
Somehow, that perfect internship or job fell into your lap. Or maybe you’ve been scouring job sites since the moment you stepped foot on campus, and your labors have finally paid off. Or maybe you’re like the other 95 percent of us and have no idea what you’re doing after you graduate. No matter what your situation, it’s never a bad time to review the basics of how to get a job or internship. We can’t guarantee that these tips will work, but they will definitely improve your chances. Trust us, we know exactly what we’re talking about.
H3RO has been born in the Columbia hip-hop scene. USC alumnus Justin Daniels, also known by his stage name H3RO, is bringing a certain flavor to the underground scene, one that will be further savored with his new album “Between the Panels,” which is set to drop this summer.
It had always been my understanding that half of what was taught in art classes was the technique of seeming as despondent and enigmatic as possible. There was definitely no room for smiles and Nike shorts in my art mental set. Yet, standing in front of me, junior Shaina Manuel challenged everything I thought I knew about “artists.”
I haven’t seen the sun in three days. And for the 100th time this week, I think about ending it all. A slit to the wrist? No. Sharp objects scare me. But the pills upstairs… I could easily swallow 10 too many, fall asleep and never wake up. My eyes flit to an overhead light and focus dully on its brightness. None of it matters, I think. I am a dog, and someone should put me down.
It’s almost summertime. Single folks, you know what that means: time to look for that elusive, seemingly mythical summer love. Whether you eye your mermaid (or merman) emerging from the surf during your beach vacation, notice an old friend from high school has suddenly gotten attractive or feel the spark with a coworker at your summer internship, love (or at least lust) is in the air. But most of these flings end up cooling with the weather. The bright summer sun can get in your eyes when the romantic heat starts to rise. These fast and furious affairs and attempts at love may not always work, but they sure do leave you with some good stories — which is just what happened with these Gamecocks. *Names have been changed to save these people from reliving that embarrassing summer love hangover.
Slapping the “snooze” button on her alarm, USC sophomore Rukia Brooks begs the machine for 10 more minutes of precious slumber. Like so many of her peers, she reluctantly climbs out of her warm nest of blankets and begins her morning routine.
Living in a dorm or a small apartment can often make you feel like the old woman who lives in a shoe, but a really small size-six Ugg that gives you blisters. Here are five storage tips to make your living space less shoe-sized and more palace-sized (okay, well at least actual room-sized).
Remember when you were learning to spell and would always mix up the words “desert” and “dessert?” To solve this mind f—k, my third grade teacher once said, “Dessert has two s’s because you always want two.” Ain’t that the truth?My mission, which I begged to accept, was to seek out all of the best desserts around campus. And boy, did I ever.
If you’ve done hot yoga before, you know that once the heaters come on, all bets are off.
While some students are getting called in to waitress, Brittany Clark gets phone calls from the police, hospitals and hospices to drive to a crime scene and investigate dead bodies. A junior at USC, Clark is studying biology, chemistry, Spanish and criminal justice, as well as interning at the Lexington coroner’s office. I decided it was my turn to put on the gloves and examine how she became interested in this field.
It’s surprising how the most unexpected moments can be the most life-changing, and no one knows this better than biomedical engineering senior Jonathan Peterson. Killing time between classes in a visitor’s center break room used by University Ambassadors, Peterson was speaking with his friend Stefano Montali about entering Proving Ground again like he had the previous year. Proving Ground is USC’s annual entrepreneurial competition that awards several monetary prizes for student business ideas. Fellow Student Ambassador Parker Moore overheard the conversation and approached the two with an idea of his own. His suggestion formed the basis of what would become their Utrack app, designed to streamline the university student experience.
“Glee’s” last season showcased a couple newcomers to McKinley High School, among them, Roderick Meeks, portrayed by Greer, South Carolina’s own Noah Guthrie. Noah is twenty-one, and already has released an album, as well as starred in the final season of one of the most popular shows of the past decade.
Pop star Gwen Stefani recently teamed up with popular makeup company, Urban Decay, to bring what they're calling "24-hour eyeshadow with a conscience." Urban Decay, has announced a new semi-matte shade of eyeshadow primer: Enigma. All proceeds, yes ALL of the $20 you pay for the primer, goes to several women's charity foundations as a part of The Ultraviolet Edge, their global initiative to empower women.
Mila Kunis, the eponymous heroine Jupiter, is the reincarnation of the recently dead alien queen who owns the Earth. The millennia old children of that alien queen are annoyed at Kunis, their mother’s doppelganger, so conflict arises as they each attempt to steal it back. Their interests in owning the Earth are purely selfish, as it has the resources they need to stay alive, and run their rich alien economy (poor Marx would be heartbroken to learn that a million year old society had yet to evolve past capitalism.)
Just because you’re a feminist doesn’t mean you have to swear off all men! The best way to spread awareness about gender equality is by practicing it yourself. You don’t need an XXXXL pair of pants to share them in your relationship.