Blasting music, rolled down windows, pushing the limit on country roads — what better way to take a cross-country road trip? In a time where nothing appeals less than unhygienic public transportation, traveling cross country by car seems like the perfect vacation. This playlist screams "road-trip” as a catchy combination of country and classics.
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Despite recommendations from the CDC, wearing a mask to limit the spread of COVID-19 has become a point of contention in the U.S.
Summer is the best time to discover new forms of entertainment, given all the free time. For those moments when you get bored of having nothing to do, these are some highly anticipated movies, books and albums to keep you entertained all summer long.
Sometimes we just get bored of listening to the same songs over and over. Even our favorite songs can get a little old. An easy solution is to listen to the latest releases, but when there seems to be a new music drought, the next best thing is remixes. When artists mix things up, it can turn songs that sound tired into a whole new piece of music.
Just because summer means less responsibilities doesn’t mean you should abandon your regular exercise routine. If anything, the good weather is all the more reason to get outside and get moving. With the right music to motivate you, working out doesn’t have to feel like a chore. This upbeat playlist will keep things fun while you’re running, biking or just dancing it out.
Summer is finally in full swing, and in many places it’s too hot to do anything outside unless you’re near a body of water. For some, this means taking a day trip to a nearby lake.
Right now, our country is experiencing a time of great passion and change. Many people across the country — and the world — are joining together to give momentum to the Black Lives Matter movement and to protest police brutality and other forms of systemic racism.
During times like these, it’s normal to feel a little down-and-out about yourself and others. Many of us are cooped up in quarantine, and others are protesting for monumental change. With so much going on in the world, in our country and on our social media feeds, everyone could benefit from some self-care.
At many universities, there is a large emphasis on extracurriculars as a way to learn a skill, gain experience and make friends. USC is no different. As a Gamecock, students are frequently met with countless tents on Greene Street, advertising everything from well-known organizations to small clubs with niche focuses.
Known as the Golden Age of hip-hop, the ‘90s were an era of some of the most recognizable hip-hop songs. From artists such as Lauryn Hill to Snoop Dogg to 2Pac, these songs are just the right vibe for a kick-back or hangout with friends — especially if you learn all the words to rap along.
Whether you’re meditating in quarantine or having dance parties in your kitchen, you can find a song that helps you process feelings. Put your headphones in or blast these songs out loud. You can scream, sing and dance or lay down and sit still. Whatever you do when you listen to this playlist, be kind to yourself. There’s no right or wrong answer when processing your emotions, especially during this temporary breakup with the outside world.
For four years, The Local Buzz has cultivated a sense of family within the community. According to owner and operator Stephanie Bridgers, the coffee shop was founded with the mission to make all feel welcome, emphasizing hospitality above all else. She’s come to know her customers quite well, listening to their stories as they share photos of loved ones and order their daily coffees.
Self-quarantining is hard, especially when you were supposed to be in school finishing up spring semester with friends. Even though social distancing is for the safety of yourself and others, it can be easy to get caught up in boredom and loneliness. On the bright side, you could use this time to do all the things you wish you had time for during the school year. Paint pictures, teach yourself an instrument or spend time in nature while listening to this playlist. With so much time to listen to music, you might just discover your new favorite song.
During the week, most of us wake up to an alarm. We have classes or work to attend to, and most people don’t enjoy mornings because of it.
Over the next five months, live music venue Tin Roof will host a wave of country artists for Nashville Hits the Roof, a tour showcasing up-and-coming artists from Nashville, Tennessee.
These popular brunch places offer more than just a place to have a mid-morning meal. With different atmospheres and menus, their goal is the same: to serve good food and embrace people in the community.
Family-owned and operated: Tio's Mexican Cafe & Cantina, Beezer's Gourmet Sandwich Shop offer community close to campus
Students looking for easy, nearby eats can look no further than the Horseshoe. Two restaurants boasting popular menus and student-friendly atmospheres sit just across the street, and neither one will break the bank.
In its 15th year on Broadway, the award-winning musical "Wicked" is finally here to take Columbia audiences to the Land of Oz. Starting Jan. 22, the show will hit the stage at the Koger Center for the Arts.
For a lot of people, summer is the best time of the year. It's easy to kick back and have fun when your school responsibilities are put on pause.
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