Columbia will be hosting its monthly First Thursday on Main event on Thursday featuring “The Word on the Street,” a free concert to celebrate National Poetry Month.
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Podcasts are one of the easiest ways to get content you love almost everywhere you go. They are great for working out, driving long distances or just trying to unwind after a long day. Subjects can range from sports to sexual health to one of my favorites: true crime. With the rise in popularity of the documentary “Making A Murderer” and the podcast “Serial,” podcasts and shows that revolve around murders and court cases are as plentiful as they are intriguing. Here are three podcasts to get you through your post-Serial withdrawal.
Flowers are blooming, temperatures are ideal and shorts weather is upon us. Spring has sprung in South Carolina and the scenery is spectacular. With mountains, rivers, lakes and the ocean all within a few hour drive, opportunities for outdoor activities are endless. Here are some ways to beat the stress of schoolwork by staying active in the outdoors.
Project Condom, a “fashion-meets-education show" created to foster open communication and awareness about healthy sex, is expanding into a full event this year with the theme "Netflix: Chat Before You Chill." Carolina Productions is partnering with Campus Wellness to host the ninth annual event.
Sexual assault is a major issue that has been the focus of many studies and documentaries in recent years. In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, here is a list of documentaries that expose some of the truths behind sexual assault.
If I told you that the band Weezer released a new album at the beginning of this month, you’d probably think it was an April Fools' Day joke.
Many announcements — including a new anime series, a movie, a playable demo and the release date for “Final Fantasy XV" — came out of the jam-packed Uncovered: "Final Fantasy" event in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Students came together on Saturday for a full day of local music and burritos at the WUSC Jamboree.
Columbia artists opened their studio doors to the public in a free event that inspired cultural connection and creativity this weekend.
Alex Turner, lead vocalist and guitarist for the rock band Arctic Monkeys, is not only a man of immense musical talent but also shows off ultra-smooth rockstar style on- and offstage.
When I first heard the early rumblings of a film called "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot" — a dramedy starring Tina Fey and dealing with overseas wartime journalism — I had my doubts.
Papaw, the grandfather who became Twitter famous last week after five of his six grandkids skipped a dinner he planned, released a self-titled album Thursday afternoon. Since then, his Twitter fan base has started to dwindle because his followers are confused by the album’s premises.
Nestled in the heart of the Upstate, Greenville combines a fun and modern downtown setting with natural surroundings.
If you are like most people and spend a significant amount of your day scrolling through your Instagram news feed, then you are probably still stuck in a muddled state regarding the company’s recent changes. However controversial the media site’s new program may be, it most likely will not hinder our desire to actively use it. Read on and get familiar with the ins and outs of the new Instagram.
Dwight Schrute, Dunder Mifflin’s Assistant to the Regional Manager, is the heartthrob of “The Office.” Schrute swoons women — both on and off screen — with his charming talk of bears, beets and Battlestar Galactica. If you desire to woo women the Schrute way, follow these guidelines and make sure you have a lot of yellow button-ups in your closet.
There's a good chance that if you throw a quote from the 2004 classic "Mean Girls" into a conversation, pretty much anyone will understand the reference. It's hard to go wrong in a movie that features Lindsey Lohan, Rachel McAdams and Tina Fey as some of the main characters. So much of the iconic film revolves around the bedazzled Juicy Couture tracksuits and classic high school drama getting caught up in a landline telephone, that taking it out of the beloved early 2000s timeframe would also take away the movie's original charm. Many of us have never seen the sequel, "Mean Girls 2," which was released in 2011 — and we should keep it that way.
Billy Rockefeller and Cole James demonstrate multi-faceted skills, to say the least. Rockefeller, also known as DJ B-Rock, juggles his schoolwork with his up-and-coming DJing career. Rockefeller, a third-year marketing and management student, called on second-year criminal justice student James, a childhood friend, to combine his career aspirations with some part-time DJing. The two have been working on their musical careers for several years now, which has been yielding some very promising results.
SpringFest will bring attention to student performers at USC and provide lighthearted fun in the middle of the week. The festival will take place on Greene Street and will have live music, games, inflatables and food from noon to 8 p.m. Wednesday.
With the new album "Mind of Mine," released on Friday, former One Direction band member Zayn Malik exhibits his new solo prowess and the many facets of his talents.
Music festivals are a staple of the summer season — filled with sunburned skin, endless laughs and tired and muddy feet, they dominate social media for the three months when students are school-free. Here is a list of five festivals near Columbia to help you start planning out your summer adventures.