Columbia's 31st annual Greek Festival was held this weekend at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral. This annual event pulls people from all over the area together to enjoy Greek culture.
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"The Water Station" is being presented by the USC Department of Theatre and Dance at the end of this month. The slow-tempo silent play is directed by Steven Pearson, a USC professor and head of the graduate acting program.
Professionalism is lost in the fashion lives of college students. Sweatpants and workout wear have replaced a sense of dressing to impress, especially for students going to class. College fashion seems to be made up of Nike shorts and T-shirts for females, and T-shirts and shorts for males.
All of us have come across rap in one way or another. Our seventh grade teacher tried rapping Shakespeare, we learned Luda’s part in Justin Bieber's "Baby," we’ve gone to parties where rap was blasting, or we listen to it ourselves. However, rap tends to get a bad rep, for no good reason. Sure, some of it is vulgar, but more of it is clever and thought-provoking.
After an almost three-year hiatus, Taylor Swift has released a new single, “Look What You Made Me Do.” About a week ago, Swift released a series of cryptic messages including a ten-second clip of a snake. Then there was an album cover and announcement for her single. After this news, many were waiting patiently for the single to drop.
MTV Video Music Awards will air live on Sunday, August 27 at 8 p.m.
Movie: "The Dark Tower"
An eight person show featuring some of the hardest hitting themes is coming to Columbia. Inda Craig-Galvan, playwright and mind behind “Black Super Hero Magic Mama,” was the winner of the Trustus Theatre Playwrights' Festival in 2016 with this play.
Clair DeLune is an editor, author, USC alumna and DJ and host of “Blues Moon Radio” on WUSC. “Blues Moon Radio” has been on the air since 1990, and is the station's longest-running show The Daily Gamecock sat down with DeLune to talk about her inspirations, the long-standing radio show and of course, blues music.
Cockstock was Homecoming 2016’s newest addition, initially proposed by Student Body President Michael Parks when he ran for office last year. The concert was held on the Strom Thurmond Field Nov. 4 at 7 p.m. and featured Cockapella, the Carolina Girls and hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd.
Album: "The Search for Everything" by John Mayer
Have you ever really just wanted a coaster made from old computer parts, or a piece of art made from floppy disks or old model animals? There’s a place in the Soda City Market you might want to stop by next time you’re there.
Netflix did a great job converting the Jay Asher book “Thirteen Reasons Why” into a 13-episode season. They maybe shouldn’t have, though.
After months of deliberation, the school board has decided to place priority on the health and well-being of the students above the historic layout of the Carolina campus. The brick-paved historic Horseshoe will be paved over with concrete this summer.
Based on a recommendation from a friend that the hummus is “the best,” I decided to check out one of those unnoticed places across the street from the Honors residence hall at 629 Main Street. Sahara on Main definitely did not disappoint, hummus or otherwise.
Movie: "Power Rangers"
Who says eating ramen every day as a college kid can’t be glamourous? If this is your desire, there’s a place hidden in The Vista that offers just what you’re looking for.
The Devine Cinnamon Roll Deli, a locally owned and operated shop on Devine Street, has found itself in a spot that co-owner and USC student Richard Kreush called a “lucky coincidence.”
An apocalyptic comedy is coming to Longstreet Theatre. "Mr. Burns, a post-electric play," by Anne Washburn with a musical score by Michael Friedman, debuts Feb. 17 from the University of South Carolina Department of Theatre and Dance.