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Genre: Comedic drama
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.
The Tapp's building originally opened in 1940 as a department store, which closed down in 1995. The building was then transitioned into an art center in 2011, still under the name of Tapp's, but has once again closed its doors due to a lack of funding.
Inside Cool Beans coffee shop, there's a collage with images of iconic politicians and protesters stretching across an entire wall on the second floor near the counter. Sophie Angela, a fourth-year arts education student, is the brains behind the artwork.
With the Nintendo Switch housing the home console and handheld experience in one gaming system, a brand-new Pokémon release was inevitable. Since the release of "Pokémon Red and Blue" in 1998, the anticipation for a full-fledged "Pokémon" adventure on a home console had swelled to an insurmountable level, and the announcement of "Pokémon Sword and Shield" managed to excite both new and old players.
Game: Pokémon Sword and Shield
Everybody feels homesick from time to time. With the holidays quickly approaching, even the most stoic of individuals can't help but feel a sense of distance from home.
The lights came back on after the Frights opening act, and stage hands rolled out an elevated surface platform as the room filled with fans. As they removed covers and strung wires across the stage, the DJ stage transformed into a platform including a keyboard and modified drums setup. The back of the keyboard spelled out in bold, white letters “MATT AND KIM.”
Vista Lights will ring in the holidays for the 34th year with shopping, music, dancing and the lighting of the Christmas tree in the Vista.
Columbia is home to a diverse group of restaurants that feature culturally unique cuisines. While students have managed to find some of their favorite places to grab a bite, there are some places that go unnoticed, whether the location is obscure or word-of-mouth is less pronounced.
Columbia artist Jeremy Butler said local artists were faced with unforeseen obstacles after signing a contract with City Hall for the "What is Art?" gallery, unaware they would be prohibited from showing nude work. Lee Snelgrove, executive director of One Columbia for Arts and Culture, which organizes the gallery’s exhibits, said the artists should have been aware of this limitation beforehand.
Columbia's budding local hip-hop music scene will be celebrated Nov. 15 at the Columbia Museum of Art during the Arts and Draughts festival with local artist and producer FatRat Da Czar.
Located at the end of the Horseshoe is McKissick Museum, the building known to most students as the Visitors' Center from campus tours. The museum has various collections that are relevant to Southern history, including, most recently, a donor-based exhibition, "Thank You! Love, McKissick."
Second-year Master of Fine Arts acting candidates will showcase a diverse selection of six individual solo plays written, directed and brought to life by each of the students from Nov. 15 to 17.
While it has not been a long time since many USC students were in high school, it can often feel like a distant memory. USC's presentation of "I and You" takes the audience back to high school with the story of a girl named Caroline, who is sick and homebound, and a boy named Anthony, who comes over to work on a class project with her.
Entities such as Billboard and iTunes feature many artists who do not fit the description of alternative music and misrepresent it.
Cool Beans and College Grounds has been a convenient spot for a cup of coffee and a quick bite to eat for years.
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.