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Show: “Good Omens”
During any holiday season, whether it’s Valentine’s Day or Christmas, people love to complain about the consumerism of celebrating a holiday. But what happens if the excess of a celebration costs the American people hundreds of thousands of dollars?
Thomas Cooper Library seems packed with people getting ready for final exams, papers and projects.
As finals week rapidly approaches, it's important to focus on the upcoming papers, presentations and tests that determine our final grades. But as we finish out these last two weeks of the semester, it's important not to lose sight of something far more important than our final grades: ourselves.
Reading is one of America’s favorite pastimes and is fundamental to education. But reading as a college student seems more and more like a chore than a fun hobby or educational experience.
Mikey Day and Streeter Seidell of Saturday Night Live brought lots of laughs from New York City to Columbia early this week.
"Beautiful: A Carole King Musical" recently stopped by Columbia on its North American tour, putting on seven performances of the play, which is based on the real-life story of singer-songwriter Carole King. The show covers her rise to stardom and the problems she faced along the way, dealing with personal loss and skyrocketing to fame in spite of it.
As April Fools' Day comes and goes, it’s time to reflect on the pranks we’ve pulled – both this year and before. But sometimes people can take pranks too far and mess with people’s mental state.
USC's annual Holi event brought color to the sky as Aag Ki Raat, previously known as Indian Cultural Exchange, partnered with the Indian Student Organization to host a celebration at Strom fields on Saturday.
On our first date, my boyfriend and I had a political misunderstanding that wouldn't be resolved for weeks. I came away thinking he was a moderate who leaned right, while he thought that I was an establishment Democrat. We were both wrong. Now, that misunderstanding is still a focal point in our relationship as it turns out he’s a staunch conservative and I’m a democratic socialist.
The first wave of midterms is over, campus is alive with new flora and almost every car and flat surface in Columbia seems to rock a pollen coat. Spring has sprung in South Carolina.