As Columbia celebrates Halloween week, students had an opportunity to learn about the university and get a little spooked by the history of spirits on campus.
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With Halloween festivities in full swing at USC and students ready to celebrate, the library decided to join the fun. The Ernest F. Hollings Special Collections Library, located at the back of the Thomas Cooper Library, hosted a screening of three different "Frankenstein" films as part of its celebration of the Mary Shelley classic turning 200 years old.
The year is 2016. Donald Trump has defied all odds in becoming the Republican nominee, but political analysts are in near agreement that his luck has run out. Hillary Clinton is projected to become the 45th president of the United States, so why bother making a trip to the polls?
Third-year visual communications student Bryden Simmons never guessed that after 15 years of dancing experience she would ever be taking an introductory dance class again.
Kavanaugh. Pipe bombs. Alt-right. Fake news. Presidential tweets. In this time of chaotic partisanship and overwhelming media coverage, alienation is inevitable. The political establishment acts without our interests in mind, making promises on which it can’t or won’t deliver.
With the upcoming midterm elections, voter participation has been a major source of conversation over the last few weeks. Some of the music and film industry’s most influential stars have decided to speak out about their political beliefs in order to encourage Americans to get to the polls on Nov. 6. This could potentially play a big role in voter turnout next week.
HipWaZee, a small vintage store in Five Points, is home to a diverse collection of clothing and costumes for last minute Halloween shoppers and those looking for a certain item to complete their outfit.
This year’s Cockstock performance featured a different genre of music than in past years with pop star Daya and special guest Iyaz. The show also included a student DJ battle. Despite bad weather, many students came out to Greene Street on Oct. 26 to see the performance.
Bumblebees, cancer and political chaos might appear to be unrelated, but to artists Jodi Lightner and Adrian Rhodes, all demonstrate a dominant theme in life. And although the theme is sometimes depressing, the "Framing Interference" exhibition currently on display at the McMaster Gallery in the School of Visual Art and Design shows it through the use of the artists' vibrant and dazzlingly colorful artwork.
Looking for Halloween plans? Here are some events happening throughout Columbia:
Following seven months of collaborative effort, La Tropa, Columbia's only Latin theater company, opened their multimedia play, "The Fabulous and Heartbreaking Story of Donald and America" Wednesday night at Tapp's Arts Center.
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.
The original "Halloween" instantly became a cult-classic when it came out in 1978. The latest "Halloween," in theaters now, follows suit as it keeps audience members on the edge of their seats with jump scares, red herrings and classic Michael Meyers creepiness.
The colors of the rainbow stood out against the night sky as people lined up on Main Street with loud music pulsed through the streets, energizing the crowd.
The Carolina Band is for many a game day staple, giving fans chants to cheer along to and halftime show entertainment. Kylie Dolbier, a third-year music education and clarinet performance student, is drum major for the first time this season after being a member of the band since her freshman year.
Expect all of this and more from Columbia City Ballet’s upcoming production of "Dracula: Ballet with a Bite." This Halloween, the ballet will be celebrating this season of frights with a thrilling stage adaptation of Bram Stoker’s classic gothic horror novel at the Koger Center on the evenings of Oct. 26 and 27.
Only two years ago, third-year Russian and media arts student Nathan Crane started his own self-titled photography business, Nathan Crane Productions. Crane's business has since been successful and he believes you don't need a degree to pursue what you want to achieve.
"The Hate U Give" tackles timely issues such as police brutality and racism in an unprecedented coming-of-age narrative. "The Hate U Give" is film adaptation of the 2017 young adult novel of the same name by Angie Thomas. Amandla Stenberg, breakout star of "The Hunger Games" portrays protagonist Starr Carter.
During Columbia's Restaurant Week, local café Mr. Friendly’s had a chance to show off a new vision for old traditions.
Kaminsky’s Dessert and Café is participating in South Carolina’s Restaurant Week for the fourth year in a row. The restaurant is a popular spot for USC students and Columbia residents to go grab dessert, offering many items on the menu and a comfortable atmosphere that draws customers in.