Official Country Music Television artist Ashley Wineland is on her second national tour and will be performing in Boiling Springs, South Carolina — fewer than two hours from Columbia — on March 30.
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Shots rang out in Columbia's Five Points entertainment district shortly before 2 a.m. Sunday morning following the city's annual St. Patrick's Day festival.
One of USC's newest student organizations, Garnet Givers, brought their first Red Cross blood drive to USC to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Feb. 8, 2018. 9:17 a.m.
Artist's vision of South Carolina Lowcountry culture brought to life in 'Off the Wall and onto the Stage'
A world-renowned artist will have his work come to life in Columbia City Ballet's “Off the Wall and onto the Stage: Dancing the Art of Jonathan Green” at the Township Auditorium on Friday.
Columbia residents, bar owners and employees voiced their concerns about a proposed ordinance that would force all bars in the city to close at 2 a.m. at a town hall meeting on Tuesday morning.
In addition to last weekend's parade, Columbia and its universities will be hosting several events in celebration of black history.
For their event "In Her Shoes," the women's leadership organization chapter "Her Campus South Carolina" gathered a panel of women with expertise in personal branding, social media and the public relations field to network and provide advice on how to obtain success in today's world.
University Housing gave back last Saturday when it sponsored the Give It Up For Good sale where collected and donated items are sold to support local charities. Part of the EcoReps program, the sale donates its proceeds to Habitat for Humanity, Harvest Hope and Goodwill.
This April marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a Baptist minister and frontrunner for the American Civil Rights movement. While he is most known for his “I Have A Dream” speech in 1963, he also delivered speeches in Charleston and Kingstree, and visited Gantt Cottage in St. Helena to both rest and strategize at the Penn Center for the Civil Rights Movement.
The USC student can be many things, one of which, for at least a few years, is a South Carolinian. Government at the university, local and state level then directly affects the student body.
Time Magazine heralded "Silence Breakers," women who have spoken out and spoken up about sexual assault and harassment, as its Person of the Year, announced on Wednesday morning. The night before, local women leaders gathered to discuss the very same movement for #MeToo: A Community Response to Sexual Harassment.
A USC student was identified Friday as the victim of a collision on Rosewood Drive on Wednesday.
Though it’s only mid November, Columbia is already feeling the holiday spirit. To kick off the season, the annual Vista Lights celebration took place Thursday night.
USC and Columbia pulled out all the stops to celebrate veterans throughout Veterans Day weekend. Two main events held on Friday were a leadership panel discussion and community Veterans Day parade.
USC students who are also residents of the Columbia area will have the chance to cast their ballot this week, but the question remains: Will they actually go to the polls?
A sea of students showing off their Gamecock pride gathered on Saturday's chilly morning to register for Service Saturday. The gameday excitement was juxtaposed with eagerness to serve the community.
Two USC students are getting the opportunity to further their graduate studies abroad next year with help from the local Rotary district.
What started as a classic example of rivals trying to one-up each other has sparked thousands of dollars worth of charitable donations.
South Carolina Pride lit up Main Street as part of their 28th annual parade and celebration on Oct. 21. Floats were on display in support of the LGBTQ community living in South Carolina, and thousands of people showed up to watch the parade and promote togetherness for everyone involved.