Patricia Moore-Pastides looks out onto USC's historic Horseshoe through the second-floor window of the President's House, the place she's called home for the past 10 years. It's a sunny, chilly day with a few students relaxing in the grass and many rushing on the brick pathways to class.
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Friends and family surrounded Sarah-Jane Long with hugs and praises for her design while she attempted to greet and thank each person. They didn't know it yet, but in about an hour Long would be named the Student Designer Showcase winner following the week's fashion show finale.
Personable. Hardworking. Active in the community.
You're in class taking notes when you notice your classmate in front of you has something sticking out of their laptop. It's rectangular and has a blinking light. You think to yourself, who still uses flash drives in 2019?
It's been a big week for Broadway. Actress Brittney Johnson debuted as the first Glinda of color in "Wicked." Carole King made a surprise appearance as herself in "Beautiful," a show based on King's life, to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the musical. Broadway's beloved Dolly of "Hello, Dolly!" Carol Channing died at age 97. Lin-Manuel Miranda returned to his title role in "Hamilton," this time brought to Puerto Rico. Draped in the country's flag, Miranda struggled to get through the song "Hurricane," and the show raised almost $15 million towards hurricane relief.
When you think of cities in the U.S. with a global impact, bigger cities typically come to mind: New York City, Miami, Washington, D.C. and more. But multiple initiatives in South Carolina are also working to become international faces to the Palmetto State's biggest cities.
A combination of old and new, holiday classics and trendy pop artists, here's a Christmas playlist to get you in the spirit for this year's holiday season.
After bringing in two hip-hop headliners in a row, this year’s Cockstock is hoping for a change of pace by bringing in two pop acts.
Going into "A Star Is Born" without seeing the first three versions of the film, all I knew was I was probably going to cry and I was about to hear some great music. Both ended up being true, however there was so much more in between that I didn't expect.
Looking to get into the spirit for spooky season? Here's some songs full of black magic, witches and vampires to help you out. Check out thedailygamecock on Spotify to hear the full playlist.
Growing up, my dad always wanted me to play sports. Throughout the span of my pre-K to elementary school years, I tried soccer, gymnastics and basketball. None of that really worked out.
Walking through the entrance to City Roots Farm on Saturday, music lovers were greeted with smiling faces and music playing from three different stages. Residents of Columbia all joined together to enjoy food, drink and music. Proceeds from the festival benefited Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands, a local, private nonprofit organization.
Now that the hurricane drama has settled down, we've compiled a playlist of our favorite songs that remind us of chilly temperatures and warm apple cider. Here's the ultimate playlist to kick off fall 2018.
The world's first fan-owned entertainment company brought its newest creation, the film "MANDY," to Columbia theaters for a one night feature, including a special Q&A screening with lead Nicolas Cage and director Panos Cosmatos.
USC's "Mighty Sound of the Southeast" marching band will be performing popular '90s tunes from artists including Third Eye Blind and Smash Mouth during Saturday's football game against the Georgia Bulldogs.
The Netflix revival of "Queer Eye" had potential viewers feeling a little hesitant. The original show aired from 2003-2007 with the title of "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" where five gay men made over the lives of boring, straight men. This made many fear that the Netflix 2018 version would be full of flamboyant gay stereotypes and stereotypes of straight men as well.
The smell of fresh arepas lingered in the air on Main Street as vendors gathered on Saturday for the Main Street Latin Festival.
Classes may be starting, but that doesn't mean the fun has to stop. To give you a head start, we've updated our list of upcoming events you should keep an eye out for.
This summer I've taken it upon myself to re-watch "Glee" on Netflix. I remember watching the show in middle and high school and thinking it was funny and enjoying some of their covers of popular songs. Re-watching it has been fun, and I'm realizing the show is a lot sillier than I remembered. However, I noticed something really important and frankly, troubling.
In a green floral print shirt with a matching hat on the corner of Gervais and Oak streets sits Ernest Lee under a tent in the Columbia heat. Paint and paint brushes surround him, along with a trailer to hold his work and over a hundred paintings of chickens. His hand painted trailer reads "The smallest historical museum in the world" and features some miniature versions of Lee's chicken paintings on the sides.