Fourth-year dancer Elaine Miller talks upcoming spring concert and reflects on her years at USC.
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After a gun violence tragedy, communities often try to come together through artwork, but how effective is it?
Four teachers of the School of Music form a string quartet to perform the classics as well as modern string music.
Both entertaining and culturally significant, "Black Panther" lives up to its hype.
The Lexington County Chili Cook Off helps bring people together with chili and good times.
Legal marijuana is now a reality, so certain television shows have made it a point to make it a part of their content.
M.F.A. acting candidate Kimberly Gaughan investigates classic Hollywood glamour and its connections to Nazi Germany in her solo performance of a work she wrote and directed herself.
"Blade Runner 2049"'s box office failings have made its director claim that he will never make a film like it again. Now, the question is: What lesson will studio executives take away from the project?
Trustus Theatre hopes to uplift and entertain audiences Feb. 16 through Feb. 17 with its second rendition of "LOVE IS LOVE IS LOVE."
Mardi Gras enthusiasts and newcomers alike enjoy local celebration of New Orleans holiday.
Casual dating is rapidly becoming a thing of the past, but there's value in taking your time and enjoying the company of different people, as long as you're responsible and kind to all of them.
Campus Movie Fest, the world's largest student film festival, encourages creativity and wide participation. One film, directed by a first-year student, is taking a new spin on buddy-cop comedies called "Good Cop, Good Cop."
Artist's vision of South Carolina Lowcountry culture brought to life in 'Off the Wall and onto the Stage'
Vibrant paintings depicting Gullah culture meet intricate choreography in Columbia City Ballet's production of "Off the Wall and onto the Stage: Dancing the Art of Jonathan Green."
The Department of Theatre and Dance's production of "The Crucible" capitalizes on the physical performance space to give the audience an immersive, intense experience with the story.
Justin Timberlake's new album was released the same weekend as his Super Bowl halftime performance, and it's clear he tries his best to please everyone.
Carefully crafted "Phantom Thread" explores intricate power dynamics but is too grand for the story it tells.
Sometimes book-to-screen adaptations can disappoint loyal fans of the source material. But how much right do producers and directors have to change the original stories?
Through photography, a group of women present a side of their lives that often goes unseen.
Award shows have increasingly become a platform for political commentary, but this trend often leads to divisiveness rather than solidarity.
USC's theater program is bringing the classic tale of "The Crucible" to the main stage Feb. 2 through Feb. 10.