PitaPit in Five Points offers students healthy food in a timely manner without breaking your bank.
By Rachel Lunsford
Arabesque Lebanese Cuisine offers traditional Mediterranean cuisine at affordable prices. Located on Devine Street in Columbia, it is a great place to grab food with friends or go out to on a date night.
By Hailey Covell
College is hard. Cooking for yourself is even harder. Instead of relying on Ramen noodles and granola bars, learning how to cook is more beneficial in the long run. Here are five things every college student should have in their kitchen.
By Joseph Glass
Believe it or not, there are more places to eat in Columbia than Chipotle and Marble Slab. Part of the college experience is stepping outside of your comfort zone — why not enjoy the amazing food Columbia has to offer?
By Delaney McPherson
Finding healthy options on campus can be challenging, but with a spark of motivation, it's never impossible.
By Meagan Blakesley
Situated just an hour away from Columbia, the small town of Chester is sure to enchant you with its slow-paced atmosphere, historic buildings and kind culture.
By Grace Batton
Only two-and-a-half hours from Columbia, Savannah is an oft-overlooked road trip destination for USC students that definitely delivers in terms of charm and activities.
By Katie Rosen
Across from the Food Lion in Five Points sits a quaint restaurant, complete with outdoor seating adorned with blue umbrellas.
By Olivia Reszczynski