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For the past 35 years, Women in Music has fought to empower, educate and advance women in the music industry. The organization's 35th year comes with many accomplishments worldwide, but progress is still to be made.
Serving food, pouring drinks and greeting customers are not the only responsibilities student workers in the service industry have — they are balancing work and school at the same time, all while learning life lessons along the way.
When it comes to coffee, some prefer the basics, such as an iced vanilla latte, and others like something more experimental, such as a double shot with chocolate and strawberry. No matter the preference, Soulé has options all over the spectrum.
It’s not every day that people get to see 2,100-degree molten glass being transformed into art — not unless they take a trip to One Eared Cow in Columbia.
Hand-carved teakwood, large-scale sculptures and even a moving sushi conveyor belt are just a few of many pieces that will be on display at Columbia Museum of Art’s upcoming exhibition.
McMaster's current exhibition “Guerrilla Girls: Art, Power, and Justice for All!” takes on social injustices through the artwork of Guerrilla Girls, an anonymous group of feminists who keep their identities hidden with gorilla masks.
Alternative clothing store Sid & Nancy doesn't "buy just the trends," according to manager Megan Yelton.
For nearly two centuries, the South Carolina State Hospital housed and treated patients on the 181-acre BullStreet District. During that time, thousands of patients came through the door of the historic mental asylum to be treated for their illness.
Although USC offers a variety of amazing sights, such as the Horseshoe, sometimes a change of scenery is exactly what the soul needs. The class of 2020 has explored countless countries in the past four years, all while earning class credits and life lessons along the way.
Between virtual classes, Netflix and checking phone notifications, it’s likely that screen time has reached an all-time high during quarantine. These podcasts could be the answer to finding the perfect balance between screen time and productivity. While listening to these podcasts, take a walk, do the dishes or even attempt a DIY craft you found on Pinterest.
Game: "Animal Crossing: New Horizons"
From realistic paintings of Chance the Rapper to vibrant portraits of Travis Scott, when USC student Zhané Bradley is given a paintbrush, there's no telling what the canvas will turn into.
The Senate and New Brookland Tavern are two well-known venues in Columbia, but which one is better? It seems there might not be a definitive answer to that question, considering they both have their pros and cons.
McKissick Museum is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment this year with "A Woman's Right." The exhibit examines the past to show how the women at USC fought for control over their bodies and lives.
Album: "High Road” by Kesha
Album: "Manic" by Halsey
When thinking of an art exhibit, one might think of Van Gogh or Picasso, but the Columbia Museum of Art is opening an exhibit called "Tribe" on Feb. 6 with a different theme.
The 62nd annual Grammy Awards were on Sunday. Some were happy with the outcomes, others not so much, but nonetheless it was a night of coming together and looking back on musical accomplishments.
A city with weekly markets, historical monuments and cozy coffee shops, Columbia seems to have everything it needs. According to Odd Bird Books owner Benjamin Adams, however, there is one thing that Columbia, specifically Main Street, has been missing: a local bookstore.
Nirvana, Led Zeppelin and Alice in Chains are revered bands by many, and some die-hard fans would do almost anything to see them live. In some cases, attending a show by these bands is difficult due to expenses and long travel distances. In other cases, it is impossible because the band either has deceased members or stopped touring.