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There is no greater testament to the importance of foreign language films than the current discussion surrounding the recent Academy Award- winning film “Parasite.” Following its historic victory as the first film to win Oscars for best foreign language film and best picture, “Parasite” has …

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On Feb. 3, the first of the Democratic caucuses, which is traditionally in Iowa and was again this year, commenced. The results were surprising to some and brought much needed energy to others. However, these results came with lots of controversy and led to some much-needed scrutiny of the D…

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It’s safe to say that the world of social media is a place for people to escape their daily lives and to even have a good laugh from time to time. Going on TikTok and seeing videos of people making a fool out of themselves in public or even just going on Instagram and seeing a funny meme can…

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After months of exams, endless nights in the library and the same $3 dinner every night, winter break arrives just in the nick of time for most Clemson students. While the fall semester can be a glorious one filled with football games and fun nights out, both the irritating lack of sleep and…

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Ever had no idea what to do for a school break? Ever wanted to meet new people and make a difference in a community at the same time? Clemson’s Alternative Break Program may be for you! Clemson’s Alternative Break Program has trips during fall, winter and spring breaks in a variety of locati…

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As a former intern in the Sexual Exploitation and Crimes Against Children Unit in a Metro Atlanta DA’s office (that specializes in prosecuting cases of physical and sexual assault), I unfortunately know some of the ugly truths about interpersonal violence. I know that over 90% of victims of …

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It is definitely not a stretch to say that over the past few weeks all anyone seems to be talking about is Disney Plus (Disney+). With this service, not only do you have access to all of the Disney channel shows and movies as well as all of the Disney movies out of the vault, but you also ha…

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All those who volunteer to be involved in Clemson University Student Government as the voice of the student body give their time freely and extensively to help their fellow students. Yet, that shouldn’t mean they aren’t open to ideas as to how they might more effectively serve as that voice.

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I knew it was going to start getting cold, considering it’s November and the nights had steadily been getting chillier. But walking outside on Monday, November 11, without looking at the weather beforehand was not what I expected. After all, we are in South Carolina, so I assumed it would be…

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It’s finally November. Halloween is over, and every store is already blasting Christmas music and posting their Black Friday deals. Little kids are making lists to Santa and college students are preparing for the endless questions from distant relatives during family reunions. In the crazine…

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An important part of college- and life in general- is living in a nice place. Somewhere that you feel safe in, somewhere that respects and listens to your concerns and actually puts their residents first. Somewhere like the exact opposite of Epoch.

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The leaves are starting to change, the breeze is getting crisper, the movies are getting scarier and the discussions about who’s getting into the college football playoffs are becoming more and more serious. Welcome to mid-October. 

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“Give me your tired, your poor,/ Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,/ The wretched refuse of your teeming shore./ Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,/ I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” - Statue of Liberty ­— Ellis Island Foundation, Inc.

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The popular reaction around campus when it comes to fall break is definitely surrounded by excitement. However, not many people take into consideration how short the actual break is, how they might have exams the day before and the day they come back from break and how this all could potenti…

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It’s that time of year again. Underclassmen are ready to move off campus and are apartment searching, while those already in apartments have to make the decision to either stay where they are or find somewhere new. I’m sure most students would, at first, automatically plan to stay in their c…

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There are currently active campaigns in both the U.S. and the U.K. to “decolonize” universities. The apparent intention is to remove all paraphernalia associated with any sort of colonial or racially-oppressive past, thereby creating a more supportive environment for racial inclusion. Howeve…