Bees are dying at an alarming rate and, while you might think that the obvious answer is to take steps to stop the decline of the bee population, a Japanese scientist has a plan bee.
"Logan" was a different type of superhero movie, in large part because of its R-rating, which could start to become a trend in the comic book movie genre.
Colin Moriarty is leaving Kinda Funny to start a new chapter in his life, and A&C Editor Darby Hallman takes a moment to thank him for everything he has done.
Michigan-based band Greensky Bluegrass is performing at the Columbia Music Farm this Thursday, March 9. Read what the band's banjo player, Michael Arlen Bont had to say to The Daily Gamecock.
"For Honor," the latest game from Ubisoft Montreal, sets itself apart from other big multiplayer titles with an emphasis on melee combat and a highly innovative battle system.
Is it ok to enjoy good art from a bad person? A&C Editor Darby Hallman shares his thoughts.
Workers in Romania stumbled upon a cave while checking the ground for a power plant. Little did they know they know, this cave had been undisturbed for 5.5 million years and they were walking into a dark pit crawling with life.
The mobile and PC gaming markets are flooded with a staggering amount of games, many of which are incredibly low quality, which a consumer must sift through to find what he or she wants. Now, the historically tight console markets are starting to go down the same path.
Thousands of Skittles were discovered on a highway in Wisconsin last week, and the story escalates from there. Spoiler alert: it involves cows.
There are high stakes involved with Nintendo's upcoming console, the Nintendo Switch, and so far the company hasn't done a wonderful job at establishing their place in the market.
Arts and Culture Editor Darby Hallman rants about sci-fi movies and their ridiculous endings.
There is an ongoing war in the art community over the rights to use Vantablack, a color that is blacker than any black before it, and the feud has risen to new heights over the course of the past year.
The Ghostlight Project is a ceremony supporting inclusion and standing against intolerance. Trustus Theatre and the University of South Carolina Department of Theatre and Dance are participating with events on Jan. 19.
Nintendo held an event Thursday night for their upcoming console, the Nintendo Switch, where they gave gamers a look at the system in action as well as a taste of the games they can expect to play on it in the near future.
Trustus Theatre's upcoming show, "Boy," takes on heavy themes of gender identity and what it means to have choice taken from you. The show premieres this Friday, Jan. 13, and has showings through Jan. 21.
The lineups for Shaky Knees and Shaky Beats, two annual Atlanta music festivals that take place in May, have been announced and feature bands such as The xx and The Chainsmokers.
New Carolina Productions president Keifer Negri spoke to The Daily Gamecock about the organization's plans for the upcoming semester.
A variety of bands will be performing in Columbia and the surrounding areas during the semester. This is a list of some of the acts you can look forward to.
After the poor reception of both "Batman v Superman" and "Suicide Squad," DC is running out of chances to firmly establish a lasting cinematic universe, and the "Wonder Woman" film in June might be its last shot.
New year, new slate of entertainment to distract yourself from the pain of homework, studying and getting older. Happy binging!