As Homecoming week comes to a close, there are still a few events left to attend. Friday, the Homecoming committee will host Carolina's Got Talent, which will present different talents and performances from USC students and organizations.
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Those who took University 101 may already be familiar with Outdoor Recreation because of the challenge course classes they took part in as a group bonding exercise. However, many are not aware of what else Outdoor Recreation has to offer and how easy it is to get involved.
Many people will say rock and roll died alongside grunge, meaning Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Green Day and other great rock bands of the 1990s were the last of the genre. In actuality, rock only fell out of mainstream music. Rock never truly died.
What is the first thing that comes to your mind when someone mentions the word "entertainment"?
This weekend, USC Dance Company’s annual Fall Concert will highlight a range of dance styles including classical ballet, modern and contemporary.
“When I Stutter,” a 2017 documentary that covers the impact of stuttering in the lives of multiple people, was shown Thursday at the Russell House Theater at the University of South Carolina.
Many people think of printing as the kind done by click of a button on the computer, but the artistic design of printmaking is very different. Printmaking is the process of transferring an image from a template to a surface. USC's own printmaking club, Ink and Paper, is open to all students.
In the spirit of Halloween, Columbia City Ballet is presenting “Dracula: Ballet with a Bite,” a performance of Bram Stoker's classic novel, Friday and Saturday at the Koger Center for the Arts.
Former USC media arts student Siyu Zhou is one of three finalists in the IES Abroad Study Abroad Film Festival. Zhou’s film, “Come Alive,” is a mostly silent visual diary from his semester in Tokyo.
Before winter weather and all things Christmas sneak up, there is still time to experience all of the typical fall activities. Clinton Sease Farm, located in Lexington, is a family-run business with a variety of ways to get visitors in the autumn mood.
Show: "Demon Slayer"
Movie: “El Camino”'
The celebration of Halloween has become something of a cultural phenomenon — whether it's going trick or treating, dressing up in a scary outfit for a costume party or even just making an excuse to eat as much candy as possible. Any type of celebration is incomplete without a solid soundtrack to play in the background.
It's that sweater-weather time of year again when pumpkin spice becomes the rage, corn maze pictures fill your Instagram feed and horror is the film genre of choice. To get in the spooky season mood, here are some classic Halloween films that are perfect for a night of Netflix on the couch.
Protagonist-turns-villainous in their search for peace and respect in a city full of crime, poverty and arrogance: It's a frequent — and rather genius – plot device used by many screenwriters in films such as Martin Scorsese’s "Taxi Driver," Jordan Peele’s "Us" and, more recently, Todd Phillips’ "Joker."
On Wednesday night, Leslie David Baker came to USC to talk about his life, his career and, of course, his time on "The Office."
Although it might seem like South Carolina is only home to subtropical beaches and historic locations, today it is also home to a valuable and ever-growing music scene. The Charleston area music scene has become a catalyst for both talent and opportunity. Such is the case with the up-and-coming band, Jump Castle Riot, a born and bred Charleston band who will be performing in Columbia on Oct. 26 at The White Mule.
The Bruch Chamber Orchestra will hold its third concert, "Mystery and Joy," Friday night in the W.W. Hootie Johnson Hall at the Darla Moore School of Business.
While it is common to read Shakespeare at some point in school, students don't often see his work adapted through a modern lens. USC theater is shaking up the Shakespearean comedy "Much Ado About Nothing" in order to appeal to a 21st century audience.
Scared of not having plans for Halloween? Here’s a guide to creepin’ it real in Columbia this spooky season.