South Carolina Black Pride, an advocacy group for black LQBTQ persons, partnered with The Nickelodeon Theatre in order to continue their mission of fighting for civil rights.
Lifelong dancer Victoria Parker has worked tirelessly to get where she is, and she hopes to teach the same values on kids through dance education.
Members of USC's majority-black fraternities and sororities battled it out in a dance competition that created an environment of unity and acceptance for all.
The annual homecoming dance competition Spurs and Struts was opened to auditions from all student organizations, building on the spirit of Carolina and promoting a theme of student unity.
The Columbia Museum of Art allows viewers to walk through Henri Matisse's two-dimensional storybook.
USC's Department of Theatre and Dance is putting a Hollywood spin on Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" this week.
USC graduate Lauren Chapman opens "Wild in Wonderland," her newest exhibition at Tapp's Art Center, to embrace the wildness of women and artists alike.
Just in time for Parents Weekend, writer David Wolf reviews three of Columbia's restaurants.
Grammy-winning cellist Zuill Bailey performed a four-part salute to Ernest Hemingway alongside USC’s symphony orchestra.
Tapp’s Arts Center hosted a two-month-long “house party” that showcased clay arts by Columbia artists.