On Tuesday night, the USC Symphony Orchestra ended its season with a bang by performing Gustav Mahler’s ambitious work, “Titan.”
"The Office" star John Krasinski stuns in his directorial debut about a post-apocalyptic world where maintaining absolute silence is a matter of life and death.
The Indie Grits Film Festival explores the diversity of Southern culture across a collection of eight short films.
Director Lindsay Rae Taylor’s upcoming stage production of “Sense and Sensibility" reimagines Jane Austen’s novel through a modern eye.
The Congaree River Smokehouse, a restaurant exclusive to USC, will feature signature Southern staples and an original line of barbecue sauces.
The Nickelodeon screens "Get Out" — a poignent, critically-aclaimed filmed — in honor of End Racism Day.
USC student Ethan Hanson discusses the creative process behind filmmaking and his recent project that will premiere at the 2018 Indie Grits Festival.
Arts and Culture writer Taylor Washington analyzes the nominees for some coveted Academy Awards; Washington offers who she thinks will win, who should win and who she wants to win.
Director David Britt tackles the Vietnam War and pays tribute to the unsung American servicewomen who volunteered in his upcoming stage production.
M.F.A. acting candidate Kimberly Gaughan investigates classic Hollywood glamour and its connections to Nazi Germany in her solo performance of a work she wrote and directed herself.
Campus Movie Fest, the world's largest student film festival, encourages creativity and wide participation. One film, directed by a first-year student, is taking a new spin on buddy-cop comedies called "Good Cop, Good Cop."
Will South discusses his responsibilties as curator at the Columbia Museum of Art and how he will bring an upcoming photography exhibition to Columbia.
Twelve USC dance students will become directors by choreographing and casting their own original productions.
The panel of artists and representatives from arts organizations address the problems and solutions facing art in Columbia.
Author Richard Michelson brings spooky stories and interactive readings to Thomas Cooper Library.
An all-female cast and director discuss what "Top Girls" signifies to them and are collaborating with the Women's Rights and Empowerment Network to consider women in the workplace.
A showing of "Hidden Figures" and a discussion afterwards at the Nick investigated workplace discrimination.