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.
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It was roughly 2 a.m. on March 12 when third-year broadcast journalism student Peter Smith watched a wave of USC students run out of a Barcelona club. Shrieking and in tears, he said, they flooded the beach and began searching for flights as prices rapidly increased.
On Wednesday, USC announced spring break will be extended until March 22 and classes will begin online instruction on March 23 until at least April 6.
The elections commission released the results and voting percentages of the 2020 student government election on Thursday. This follows Wednesday night's announcement of the elected candidates.
We see it in our classrooms. We see it in our newsroom. We see it in our friends. We see it in ourselves.
The University of South Carolina will begin selling alcohol at basketball, baseball and football events Jan. 1, 2020.
USC’s Office of Sustainability director Larry Cook spends much of his time going to meetings, reading up on sustainability and communicating with offices across campus. At the end of the day, he said he sometimes wonders if anything is actually being done because it is hard to measure his impact.
You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I’m telling you why: There could be more than 160 Santas in South Carolina.
This article contains spoilers.
People can be ... not great. What begin as minor transgressions spiral into irreconcilable issues if left to fester. Friendships fall apart and relationships fade sometimes for no other reason than we're too afraid to confront our problems and speak up for ourselves.
When Conquest opened its doors as Columbia’s first brewery in 2012, it simultaneously introduced a new market to the area. Nearly a dozen businesses would follow in its tracks, and within a short period of time the city was crawling with a brand new craft beer scene.
The Goo Goo Dolls are more than just the guys behind "Iris."
Few bands see their music passed down through generations, standing the test of time. According to Michael Miller, Hootie & The Blowfish is one of the rare groups that has done just that, and nowhere is its legacy stronger than the city of Columbia.
Gabe Mouer is terrified. He’s been sitting on a fully mixed debut album for five months now. Once released on Sept. 6, his solo project, Patternist, will officially enter into a new era.
Labor Day weekend is upon us, providing a beautiful reprieve from the onslaught of work, be it the professional or home variety. For students, it marks the first, seemingly well deserved, long weekend of the school year. With all that extra free time – well, 24 hours of extra free time, to be exact – you might be wondering what to do with yourself. Rest assured, there are plenty of different ways one can spend the weekend.
The sun had yet to begin its ascent when Madison Poindexter arrived at the Pastides Alumni Center for her audition. The fourth-year journalism student had a dream to fulfill, and the 5:45 a.m. check-in was just the first step.
Classes are back in session, and there’s only one surefire way to combat stress and fuel your studies. We’re talking, of course, about coffee. Check out the area’s best coffee shops and get your fix for the first full week of classes.
It's that time of year again when students can't wait to get away from home and parents can't quite seem to let them go. For some, moving in might just be a 20-minute drive down the road, but for others it's a day's drive or flight.
A$AP Ferg will headline this year's Cockstock, Carolina Productions announced.
A little under half of USC's undergraduate population is traveling away from home states and countries, perhaps for the first time.