As we all know, Halloween is a special occasion when it's acceptable to dress any way you like to freely express yourself.
As a contemporary funk artist, 25-year-old GRiZ has spent his music career working hard to “give up the good for the great.”
Lana Del Rey may be on the loneliest honeymoon anyone has ever had. Her newest album, “Honeymoon,” released on Sept. 18, appears to be just another extension of her depressing conscience lapped over symphonic melodies.
If there is anything the opening of 650 Lincoln has done to benefit students, it’s opening a Gamecock-themed Barberitos right here on campus.
One of the very first lessons I ever learned at USC was this: “If you see a parking spot and it looks to good to be true, it is.” Little did I know how valuable this lesson was until I had accumulated four parking tickets in less than two months. We all know finding a parking spot is one of the most consistent struggles you will face here at USC.
This fall, a not-so-new organization made its debut on Greene Street at the Student Organization Fair.
The McKissick Museum strives to promote the history behind their collections, rather than just collecting artifacts.
You can go to a movie theater and see any given movie if you would like to experience the formulaic range of emotions provided by a dull selection of dramas, horror films and romance movies.
You don’t have to show up 15 minutes early to class everyday to be a good student. You don’t need to sit in the front row to let your teachers know you are paying attention and you definitely don’t have to bust out color coded notes to make good grades.
Last weekend, Straight Outta Compton busted straight into theaters and brought some honest truths about the industry, money, power and violence with it.
One of the biggest challenges you will face in your entire college career is living with a stranger who is completely different from you.
Tips for living off-campus student living
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First off, let me start by saying this is not about trends. This article is not about fashion, style or matching.
Spending money is easy, but spending money when you don’t have any is hard.
If you love music, Columbia definitely has a spot for you. Five Points and The Vista are full of places to go to dance and listen to music, but there are also several places in Columbia that have live music almost every night of the week.
Columbia’s art scene is waiting to be discovered by the many art enthusiasts here on campus. If you don’t already spend all your time in McMaster and would like to explore local and professional artwork, there are several places right down the street for you to go.
There is less than a month left before classes start and there are still a million things we can think of that need to be done before heading back to campus.
Check out all these events to make your weekend not as bland as it was before.