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Valentine's Day is right around corner, so we saved you some time by composing a list of date night ideas that are organized by price. Whether you're broke, balling on a budget, or a trust fund kid, you'll thank us later.
USC Department of Theatre and Dance’s latest production, “Waiting for Godot,” gives viewers a unique outlook on comical tragedy.
The mixtape: that fond relic of bygone times, when you Sharpied hearts and Blink-182 lyrics onto a blank CD and carefully pencilled track lists onto glossy Memorex paper, or maybe even stole tracks from the radio with an 8-track and home recorder.
She was a high-strung student who wanted to find that Mr. Perfect. He was a jock hoping to score a late-night booty call. Each thought the other looked attractive enough to possibly satisfy their given needs. Love at first swipe? Not exactly.
Tinder: The easily lampooned, wildly popular, swipe-based virtual dating app. The vehicle that carried our generation into the 21st century dating phenomenon that is online dating and hookup culture.
Although the infamous Fyre Festival and media fiasco which ensued is old news, the story was recently resurrected to be relived digitally in not one, but two widely viewed documentaries streaming on Netflix and Hulu, respectively. The documentaries’ releases prompted a second wave of responses from social media. Memes and jokes circulated Instagram and Twitter, not nearly as many as the festival first elicited, but enough to remind one of the response and horror first surrounding Fyre.
You're in class taking notes when you notice your classmate in front of you has something sticking out of their laptop. It's rectangular and has a blinking light. You think to yourself, who still uses flash drives in 2019?
The recent trailer for “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile,” starring Zac Efron as infamous serial killer Ted Bundy, leaves viewers with an uncomfortable perception of the criminal.
The indie scene can sometimes feel like a hostile, competitive community full of gate-keeping hipsters brandishing first pressings of The Cure's early work. If you like indie music, some jerk at a party has probably asked you if you even listen to the band on your T-shirt, or explained that their new stuff is fine, but have you heard Father John Misty's first album?
Movie: "Miss Bala"
Beauty and struggle converge at Indie Grits Labs’ latest exhibition, “Waste and Want in the Rural South.” The organization has a different themed project every year that is explored through the works of several artists.
One voice sometimes seems to be missing from most history books: the women. USC's Department of Theatre and Dance’s upcoming production, “The Revolutionists,” tells the story of the French Revolution through the experiences of four women.
In honor of Black History Month, the Nickelodeon Theatre welcomes the return of its annual film series, "Black Stories." The series aims to showcase the black experience through a collection of films that focus on a specific theme.
Netflix and Hulu just released competing documentaries about the well-known Fyre Festival scam of 2017. “Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened” on Netflix and “Fyre Fraud” on Hulu were released just days apart, Hulu’s preceding Netflix’s version.
In an era when the boys’ club of the music industry is melting away into a more open, equal opportunity space, and women are blossoming onto the scene like never before, there is a lot of progress to be grateful for.
Maroon 5 is headlining the 2019 Super Bowl halftime show with rappers Travis Scott and Big Boi. Although they have plenty of new music, some of Maroon 5's best songs are ones they released 10 years ago.
Most college students expect to find poetry in their textbooks, not on their campus sidewalks.
Movie: "On the Basis of Sex"
In a world with 24-hour news cycles and reactionary social media, politics have almost become taboo. USC’s J. Rion McKissick Museum attempts to combat the idea that all political discussions must be us-versus-them with its latest exhibit, "Hot Buttons: Political Issues in The United States."