Trustus Theatre is preparing for its opening night performance of “We Are Proud to Present…,” a tale that mixes history and tragedy with today’s world. The show is written by Jackie Sibblies Drury and directed by Andrew Schwartz.
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As we say goodbye to everything about the fall semester — exams, papers, presentations and just class in general — we should also say goodbye to other things in our life that cause us stress. Maybe say goodbye to that friend who just keeps holding you back. Goodbye to that person you don’t really talk to anymore but who always watches your snapchat story. Or, maybe you need to say goodbye to some bad habits of your own. Luckily, this playlist touches on all of that.
Everybody needs something to look forward to when they need a break from papers, presentations and exams. Colonial Life Arena, home to Gamecock men's and women's basketball, also hosts notable concerts with one-of-a-kind experiences next door to campus.
“Susannah,” the opera written by Carlisle Floyd in 1955, is making its way to Drayton Hall Theatre for the first time by way of Opera at USC.
The South Carolina State Fair has been a staple of Columbia and the surrounding area for many years – 150, to be exact. For this year's milestone anniversary, the fair is unveiling a number of new features to share with South Carolina.
For years, the underground art form of drag — dressing in overly-exaggerated clothes of the opposite sex — was a foreign concept to most. However, with the help of pop culture icons and “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” drag has slowly made its way into the mainstream, allowing for drag scenes such as Columbia's to flourish.
Do you ever get in the mood for sad songs, or songs that just make you feel something? Well, this playlist is not exactly that, but it will satisfy the same craving with songs about love — good or bad.
Do you ever get tired of listening to the same songs by the same artists from top hits playlists? Yeah, me too. Here is a refreshing playlist with songs that you may have heard before, but it’s probably been a while. Maybe they're even songs that your parents once blasted in the car until you rolled your eyes and plugged in your earphones.
Album: “K-12” by Melanie Martinez
As we are almost halfway done with our first full week of the fall semester, that end-of-summer feeling is starting to set in, and maybe it already has, but don’t let that mindset fool you into believing summer jams are only for the summer.
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.
As the Fourth of July approaches, the yearly hubbub of humid weather, hot dogs and fireworks begins to build. Parties and cookouts are planned; red, white and blue decor pops up all over; fireflies start showing up at dusk; the cicadas are in full recital of their nightly songs; firework displays are pondered over.
With the recent release of "Rocketman," the sweeping, Oscar-bait-y Elton John biopic, this legendary icon has reappeared in the hearts and minds of the public with vigor. John’s flair for showmanship, captivating voice and persistent songwriting talent helped him rise to the top against all odds.
Lizzo’s sophomore album “Cuz I Love You” is a love note from the artist to herself. An advocate for the body positivity movement, Lizzo mixes her message with beats that you can’t help but move to and infectious words that invite a sing-along. The album offers the perfect combination of undeniable bops and a clear thematic praise of self-love.