PitaPit in Five Points offers students healthy food in a timely manner without breaking your bank.
Hispanic Heritage Month lasts from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, but Columbia started their celebration early with the annual Main Street Latin Festival.
From comedians and film festivals to Olympians, Carolina Productions is hosting a variety of events this semester to appeal to as many students as possible.
Read Arts & Culture staff writer Rachel Lunsford's account of her first day studying abroad in Madrid, Spain.
Rachel Lunsford is a student at USC who is studying abroad in Madrid this semester. Learn about her experience firsthand as she preps to go on the adventure of a lifetime.
Ten years from now, what do you believe you will remember? The moments you’ll remember most vividly are the ones where you took a chance and stepped outside of your comfort zone.
Where can you experience 106 countries without ever leaving USC's campus? Maxcy College.
Looking for a way to spend the new season? Here are seven suggestions.
Once upon a time, there lived an armadillo whose sole dream was to be able to sing. One day, a man with a cage of canaries passed by the armadillo.
As college students, most of us are short on two things: time and money.
USC is home to many students with hidden talents, including Delaney Dunkley, a second-year fashion merchandising student.
There truly is no place like USC, as the 2015 Homecoming theme shows. The University of South Carolina and the Columbia community quickly become a student’s home soon after they move in.
This past weekend from September 17-20, the 29th Annual Columbia Greek Festival was a great success, offering cultural events, food, and shopping. “[There’s] something for every member of the family,” said Robert Stewart, the promotions committee chair of the festival. Their slogan, “Be Greek for a Week” brought in hopeful “Greeks” from around the South Carolina community. The event was centered at Columbia’s Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church and spread out from there.