Movie: Beautiful Boy
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The first wave of midterms is over, campus is alive with new flora and almost every car and flat surface in Columbia seems to rock a pollen coat. Spring has sprung in South Carolina.
As students prepare for finals and summer vacation, here's a few gems that can make the last half of the semester just a little more bearable.
Movie: Captain Marvel
This weekend, Girls Block is bringing feminist art to the 1600 block of Main Street. The festival will take place on March 9, one day after International Women’s Day, and will showcase creative work made by women and female-run businesses.
Artists and sisters Solange and Beyoncé have taken vastly different paths to where they are today.
With Women's History Month in full swing, Trustus Theatre's latest show is all about friendship, feminism and history.
Women are often overlooked in the music industry. As everyday listeners, it's easy to mindlessly consume music without thinking about who helped the songs come to life. From writing and recording to producing, women deserve to be acknowledged.
"Ooh, this is an S.O.S" — the Jonas Brothers are back, and our inner preteen selves cannot handle it.
My generation, Generation Z, consumes music differently than any other generation in the past. Our listening habits and overall musical interests are unique with streaming technology and smartphones allowing our generation to consume and discuss music on a global scale.
This year's Academy Awards marked a milestone for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but perhaps more importantly a shift in cultural standards.
Friends and family surrounded Sarah-Jane Long with hugs and praises for her design while she attempted to greet and thank each person. They didn't know it yet, but in about an hour Long would be named the Student Designer Showcase winner following the week's fashion show finale.
Picture this: You just had the worst day ever. You failed a test, you had a fight with your roommate and you still haven’t heard back about that internship. So, to take the edge off, you go to a place where you can have a beer or two and throw an axe to cool off.
If you've turned on the radio in the past month, you more than likely have heard a song by pop superstar and Grammy award-winner, Ariana Grande.
Attendees of the Spring in Bloom Fashion Show sponsored by Belk and University of South Carolina’s Fashion Board filled 701 Whaley Wednesday evening.
Movie: “Happy Death Day 2U”
Mary English, a singer, sat next to a drummer in one of her classes, and it got her thinking. So, she made a Facebook post about starting a band. More than a year later, Mary English & Devine Street is making a name for itself in the Columbia music scene.
Sometimes you need something slower to get your mind away from the constant rush of responsibility that college students face. In our modern era, we are constantly flooded with information, no matter where we are or who we are speaking with, especially as younger people. Think about how every time you open your phone you find yourself jumping from app to app, searching for something else to steal your time for a few minutes.
With the upcoming Student Government elections, "The Speechwriter: A Brief Education in Politics" by Barton Swaim is a timely read for those intrigued by politics, power and the rise and fall of leaders in office, all told from the perspective of a cog in the machine.
Charleston-based band Susto visited Columbia this weekend to play at Papa Jazz Record Shoppe, featuring songs from both its newly released album “Ever Since I Lost My Mind” and its sophomore album “& I’m Fine Today.”