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Students look upon a laptop together in front of Holtzendorff Hall.

Tutterrow: Open laptop, closed mind

Kylie Tutterrow, Opinion Editor April 19, 2024

When one looks around any academic building or classroom, you can be sure to see one thing in abundance: laptops. This innovative tool allows students to take notes more efficiently and puts infinite information...

The Haley family takes the stage during Nikkis campaign announcement on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2023, at the Charleston Visitor Center.

Clemson alumna suspends presidential campaign

Blake Mauro, Editor-in-Chief March 6, 2024
After losing 14 out of 15 Republican primary elections on Super Tuesday, Clemson alumna and board of trustee Nikki Haley suspended her bid for the White House.
As more and more students graduate with bachelors degrees, it is beginning to lose its upper hand value in the job market.

Tutterrow: This is not your mother’s bachelor’s degree

Kylie Tutterrow, Opinion Editor October 5, 2023

Education is becoming more and more emphasized as an important part of a person’s journey to success, and as a result, the number of college students and graduates is increasing. Looking at the broader...

Stereotyping people based on their major can have many harmful effects on college students.

Akers: We have got to stop stereotyping majors

Madison Akers, Asst. Opinion Editor October 5, 2023

“So, what’s your major?” is a question college students face on almost a daily basis. It’s a normal question, but for some reason, it can feel like there’s some sort of stigma around it. As...

Unofficial election results are in from this years

Sullivan: Clemson leads the charge in voting responsibility

Josiah Sullivan, Contributor October 5, 2023

The heat kicks up a notch as election season comes barreling forward, and many students are unsure where they stand. With polarizing remarks being made across party lines, it might seem nice to take a...

Unpaid internships are also exploitative and a way for companies to continue to take advantage of college students

Akers: Exploitation disguised as experience

Madison Akers, Asst. Outlook Editor September 7, 2023

It happens too often. You’re scrolling through LinkedIn or Indeed and making your way through all of the current job listings. It starts to feel hopeless when suddenly – there it is. The perfect job...

Nikki Haley admires the crowd during her campaign announcement on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2023, at the Charleston Visitor Center.

Your SC reps in the 2024 race for the White House

Blake Mauro, Editor-in-Chief August 23, 2023

Two South Carolina representatives will compete for it all over the course of the following year.  Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and sitting South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott have both launched...

Students studying at the Starbucks in Cooper Library.

Lucier: The negative power of a GPA

Healey Lucier, Columnist April 27, 2023

GPA. It’s meant to act as a measure of how academically talented a student is. However, it often fails to really give a good read on the subject.  So many things factor into a student’s...

A view of the Tennessee State Capitol building.

Lucier: Let’s talk about the Tennessee drag and transgender health bills

Healey Lucier, Columnist April 6, 2023

Recently, the state of Tennessee passed a law that blocks transgender minors from receiving the gender-affirming care they may seek.  Effective July 1, the law would make it illegal for doctors to...

Flags and signs wave in support of Nikki Haley during her campaign announcement on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2023, at the Charleston Visitor Center.

Odin: Nikki Haley is not a long shot, she’s our best shot

Dylan Odin, Contributor March 17, 2023

On Feb. 14, former South Carolina governor and United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley announced to her Instagram followers that she is officially running for president of the United States. To the surprise...

The tiger practicing law

Danger in the publicization of trials

Kylie Tutterrow, Asst. Outlook Editor March 9, 2023

The American judicial system contains a delicate trial process, and the recent mass publicization of cases complicates how justice is served. The media recognizes the vulnerability of many court proceedings...

View of the crowd from the Lincoln Memorial to the Washington Monument, during the March on Washington on Aug. 28, 1963.

Mitchell: We need to celebrate American history, not black history

JeAnais Mitchell February 20, 2023

February is Black History Month. A month where it is expected and assumed everyone celebrates black history. There is no question on whether or not you are "excited" or are “looking forward”...

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