SC Vs. NC: University Speech Codes – Zachary Faria

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While universities in South Carolina continue to rank near the bottom with overreaching speech codes, their counterparts in North Carolina offer a model for improvement according to a new report. The Martin Center and the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) partnered together to look at the state of

What to Expect from Today’s Kavanaugh Hearing – Matt Phillips

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At 10am, the Senate Judiciary Committee will conduct formal questioning of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. Kavanaugh, nominated by President Trump in June to serve on the Court, has been accused by Ford of sexually assaulting her at a party in high school. After almost

Statements & Responses to CUSG Senate Resolution – Zachary Faria

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The South Carolina Secessionist Party and the executive branch of CUSG have both issued statements on the heels of the CUSG Senate’s resolution condemning the display of the confederate flag. Early Wednesday morning the Secessionist Party released their statement, signed by chairman James Bessenger, claiming that they viewed the senate

CUSG Senate Condemns the Display of the Confederate Flag – Zachary Faria

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On Monday, after a 40-minute period of pro-con debate, the CUSG Senate passed a resolution to condemn the public display of the Confederate flag by student and community groups on and around campus after suspending the rules to vote on the resolution the night it was introduced. Senators Dahvier Alston

From the Editor’s Desk: The Future of CUSG’s Resolutions – Alexander Cullen

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Tonight, in the Undergraduate Student Government Senate Chambers, the first two resolutions of the year will likely be passed. This marks the potential first resolution to be passed by the current Senate, and potentially sets the tone and pace for CUSG Senate’s semester. A review of last year’s resolutions trailing

Pocket Knives At Clemson – Aubrey Steele

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Riding in the pocket of Firefighters, Police Officers, Desk jockeys, Farmers, and countless others every day is what many consider to be the greatest general-use tool ever conceived, the simple pocket knife. The pocket knife has been a staple of American tradition for decades, serving as the working individuals go-to

Op-Ed: Lay Off Uber…or They’ll Lay Me Off… – Joseph Lord

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Since its inception, the widely popular and remarkably efficient ridesharing and food delivery service, Uber, has been subject to various critiques on the basis of so-called “ethical issues” regarding its threats to expensive taxi companies and its dealings with employees. While taxis, replete with over-priced fares and poor service,

Op-Ed: Lay Off Uber…or They’ll Lay Me Off… -Joseph Lord

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          Since its inception, the widely popular and remarkably efficient ridesharing and food delivery service, Uber, has been subject to various critiques on the...

The State of the Economy – Miller Hoffman

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With hundreds of media outlets, both locally and nationally, craving attention from audiences across America, it can be incredibly difficult to determine the authenticity of just about anything nowadays. From social issues to the latest political bombshell, Americans subscribe to a variety of news outlets for partisan updates.

Clemson’s College of Science Considered Racial Quotas Future Hiring – Zachary Faria

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A document leaked on May 25th showed that Clemson’s College of Science was considering mandated racial quotas in its future hiring processes. The document, acquired by FITSNews, mandates that 1/3 of tenured positions in the College of Science be filled with underrepresented minorities (URMs). The document also mandates that URMs