Students in the French 330 class perform Voltaire's "Candide, ou l'optimisme!" entirely in French.
Indie Grits showed the USC student-made film "The Checkout Line" Saturday night, telling the story of misfit teens who find love through a mutual, heinous desire.
Friday Night Music at Indie Grits hosted nine local bands, offering a variety of sounds for Columbia music lovers.
Growing up in a world where more and more people are expressing themselves through body art, young professionals must consider their future employment before getting a tattoo.
Percussion students will be performing a wide variety of music as they work with guest artist Jesse Willis and Blythewood High School students for Thursday night's performance.
Winner Alex Kunkle presented pieces inspired by artist Gustav Klimt.
For the arts in Columbia to continue to enrich our community, funding and an engaged audience are necessities.
"The Shape of Water" took the title of best picture along with other awards at the 90th Academy Awards in a night filled with activism and solidarity.
Fourth-year dancer Elaine Miller talks upcoming spring concert and reflects on her years at USC.
Both entertaining and culturally significant, "Black Panther" lives up to its hype.
Trustus Theatre hopes to uplift and entertain audiences Feb. 16 through Feb. 17 with its second rendition of "LOVE IS LOVE IS LOVE."
USC's theater program is bringing the classic tale of "The Crucible" to the main stage Feb. 2 through Feb. 10.
Exposure and accessibility to the arts from an early age creates generations of creative and inventive youth.
With a year filled with controversy among government, pop culture and the media, rap artists showed power through art to voice opinions to a society that oppresses minorities.
With the recent sexual assault accusations arising in pop culture and politics, some are responding by pointing a finger at the victim rather than the culprit.
Justin Osborne of the Charleston-based band SUSTO talks about returning to Cola, being on tour and his musical influences.
Politically-minded author to visit USC to share her written work and engage in discussion with audience.
Prominent figures in this year's Native American Film Festival discuss the importance of listening to indigenous voices and the ways in which film can help us do so.
We've compiled a list of events to help you celebrate this Halloween — from theater to haunted attractions.
Graphic novelists John Jennings and Damian Duffy will come to USC to give students and faculty a look into the process of presenting Octavia E. Butler's "Kindred" in a new light.