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Roxxxy Andrews entered the Russell House ballroom stage Wednesday night in a sheer, bedazzled dress, swaying, clapping and twerking along the way.
Black culture has brought jazz, blues, soul, funk, house, garage, rock ‘n’ roll and so much more to the music scene. Basically, all American music has been inspired by Black music. Local Black artists have brought these genres and live performances to the Carolinas. This playlist embodies just some of the many Black talents that reside or have origins in the Carolinas.
Every third Saturday from March through December, Anthony Walker sells his cigar box guitars at Soda City market — it's what he's known for. But the guitars are only the latest in Walker's long line of passions and hobbies.
Columbia is home to a number of important historic Black landmarks — at least 43, by Historic Columbia's count — but not all of them are still standing today.
USC’s president and first lady had an expiration date attached to their relationship when they first met. Six months.
Before opening Vista Nutrition, owner Kayla Smith had always dreamed of owning her own business. After having two daughters within 11 months of each other, she started drinking teas and shakes to get healthy.
Some days the bed feels warmer than others, making it real hard to get moving. Other days you're just due for a lazy afternoon at home.
As Stigma Free USC, a week-long Student Government initiative focused on fighting the stigma surrounding mental health, comes to an end, the stigma itself will unfortunately remain. Here are some resources around campus to continue to promote wellness in every sense of the word.
Eating out in Columbia poses a risk for second-year math and Spanish student Emily Elliott.
Located just a mile from USC’s campus, the BullStreet District was once home to a self-sustaining mental facility and hundreds of patients. Today, that same land houses the largest urban revitalization effort east of the Mississippi. The 20-year redevelopment plan began in 2015 and remains on track for a 2034 completion.
“Have you talked to your grandma lately?” No, I haven’t.
Some people cut it off. Others eat around it. But from the items on display to the sign out front, there’s no escaping it at one local bakery.
Sometimes it feels as if Columbia has an unspoken curfew. It's true that most businesses close come sundown, but that doesn't mean there's nothing to do.
The University of South Carolina has 1,461 active cases as of Thursday, according to the latest COVID-19 dashboard update.
The SEC will have a conference-only football season of 10 games beginning September 26, according to Sports Illustrated. This delays the season by three weeks.
University President Thomas Jones watched from the second floor of the Osborne Administrative Building as the National Guard cleared protesters from the Horseshoe. It marked the first and only time tear gas was used on campus. Something was terribly wrong.
As the sun burned to a heat index of 107 degrees, a man lying on the hot concrete asked for help. His words met no response. Hours went by.
Executive director of Student Health Services Deborah Beck revealed the university’s matrix of COVID-19 contingency plans and alert levels in a town hall on Tuesday addressing faculty and staff. While some contingencies have more influence than others in decision making, Beck said it is a combination of all of them that will determine whether the university must move online.
Everybody is greedy.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Department of Homeland Security are rescinding the guidelines that would have required international students to leave the country had they taken online-only classes.