Album: "Revolution Radio"
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Have you ever heard the phrase, “What colors are in this season?” If you are not into fashion, it might not be something you hear regularly, but in the world of fashion, each new season is associated with new color schemes. According to Pantone, the color scheme of fall 2016 showcases “a unity of strength, confidence and complexity.” Take a look at the speculated fall color scheme and be on the lookout for these colors when you’re updating your wardrobe.
Fall break is approaching, and already some students are packing their bags and getting ready for long trips home and vacations with friends and family. However, others might not have anything special planned for break. If you feel left with nothing to do this fall break, check out some of these different ideas to make for a memorable fall vacation.
Release Date: Sept. 30
Author: Mindy McGinnis
Release Date: Sept. 30
Nestled in the heart of The Innovista, Thirsty Fellow offers a diverse menu and a welcoming atmosphere. Opened in 2009 by longtime Columbia restaurateur Willie Durkin, Thirsty Fellow has become a favorite among the community and on campus.
When “Gilmore Girls” went off the air in 2007, fans were disappointed, but the popular series is getting a reboot through Netflix. To generate hype for the show, Netflix converted 250 coffee shops around the U.S. on Wednesday, including The Wired Goat Café in the Vista, into Luke’s Diner, the frequent stop and hangout for the titular Gilmores and the residents of their small town, Stars Hollow.
Album: “Ape in Pink Marble”
The “Marked by Water” exhibit, made to remember last year's flood through a mixture of visual art, spoken word, film and dance, premiered at the Tapps Art Center on Oct. 4.
Marvel’s “Luke Cage” debuted on Netflix last weekend, marking the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first movie or show with a black lead character. Focusing on the titular character's attempts to save Harlem from corruption, “Luke Cage” proves the power of even a reluctant hero.
The music faculty took a new look at chamber pieces in the “Women in Music" in the October installment the Freeman Sunday Concerts hosted by the University of South Carolina School of Music. This intimate chamber concert included contrasting pieces that could take students away from their thoughts of class and deadlines.
Album: “22, A Million”
Release Date: September 30, 2016
From one capital city to the next, Atlanta is a three-and-a-half-hour drive from Columbia. While Atlanta has the usual tourist attractions any busy city offers, the best parts of the city are those hidden away from the spotlight. If you only have one day to explore, these tips will help you experience all that is truly Atlanta.
Modern video game culture is built on hype. At any given moment in the comment section of a gaming site, there are people talking about being excited for an upcoming game, talking about how great the game they are playing is or, commonly, talking about how a game was a let-down and didn’t live up to their expectations.
This time a year ago, South Carolina was hit by a historic and devastating flood that put many local business out of commission and shook the people of Columbia. A year later, the rebuilding process has largely taken its course, though the memory of the crisis still remains fresh.
With the one-year anniversary of the October flood that affected so many in Columbia approaching, Arts & Culture editor Darby Hallman contacted USC philosophy professor Kenneth Warble about his experience of being forced to relocate from his home during the flood last year.
Race, privilege and Dabo Swinney. All were topics at Wednesday night’s Veritas Forum. The yearly forum, which is sponsored by various campus ministry groups, aims to apply faith to controversial and complex issues in today’s world, and this year’s topic of discussion was “Hope in The Racial Divide? A Conversation on Race, Faith and Identity.” RUF campus minister Sammy Rhodes moderated while guest speaker, Emory professor Andra Gillespie, tackled issues such as racism and forgiveness in the context of the Christian faith.
World-renowned gymnast Shawn Johnson humanized the Olympic experience when she spoke to students Wednesday. Johnson won one gold and three silver medals at the 2008 Olympics in women’s gymnastics and was also featured on "Dancing with the Stars" and "Celebrity Apprentice."