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Mother Emanuel pastor to give talk on race relations

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By Luke Quillen The Carolinian Two years ago, nine people were tragically murdered in a terrorist attack at the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston. The church, often called Mother… Continue reading

“It”: Stephen King’s Derridean nightmare reimagined yet again

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian What is ‘it’ (aside from the best horror story title since “the Thing”)? ‘It’ can change shape and transcends understanding, because the real ‘it’ is unknown. To some,… Continue reading

Embarrassment, harassment, ridicule: Hazing has no place in students’ lives

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By Lucy McElroy The Carolinian Hazing. It can be hard to talk about, but the issue was front and center on campus last week. “Hazing is any action or situation – with or… Continue reading

OPINION: A house on fire

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By Luke Quillen The Carolinian When it was initially reported that Clemson University Assistant Professor of Human-Centered Computing, Bart Knijnenburg wrote on social media that “All Trump supporters, nay, all Republicans, are racist… Continue reading

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Thursday Afternoon Acting Group hosts after-school class

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Staff Report The Thursday Afternoon Acting Group (TAAG) at USC Upstate is hosting an after school theatre program on Thursdays, 4-6 p.m. in the Studio Theatre. The first class is Thursday. Registration is… Continue reading