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While I am a sensitive and emotional person, I have always hated showing my emotions to other people, even my closest friends and family. However, after what was probably the hardest summer of my life, I’ve learned to embrace the catharsis in showing others how I feel.
Many students wish they could turn their hobbies and interests into a business. These four USC students have found ways to make that happen, and their advice to others is to do the same.
As we begin October, the weather is finally starting to cool off. The weeks are scattered with a few hot days, but for the most part, fall is in the air. It’s time to embrace sweater weather, whip out the knitwear and jeans and indulge in your favorite autumn activities. This playlist is the soundtrack for the cozy, colorful season of fall.
The life of a college student can be incredibly fast-paced. There’s so much pressure to be productive all day, every day, that we hardly take a moment for ourselves to be in the present. This is why meditation is a great practice to work into your daily routine. All it takes is a few minutes and maybe an app to guide you. So, rather than watching TikTok or obsessing over your next homework assignment, put on some relaxing music or sounds, close your eyes and practice being still.
What if anyone could be their own healer?
In the time of COVID-19, it can seem more difficult than ever to motivate yourself to exercise. The ways we used to workout are not necessarily an option anymore; in some places, gyms are still closed, capacity is limited and let’s face it — the idea of being in a room with a bunch of other people heavily breathing the same air isn’t all that appealing.
Columbia watercolorist Dare Holloway is, in his words, a “lifelong artist” who has been practicing art since elementary school. Although he attended college for art, he says he often found himself going against the grain of what he was taught in school and breaking the traditional rules of how things are supposed to be done.
If an artist's song makes it onto Tik Tok, chances are it's going to be a hit. I think we can all admit that we've discovered some of our favorite songs while on the app. The songs featured in videos range from melancholy "sad boy hours" tunes like "Heather" to hype songs like "WAP" that accompany elaborate dance routines.
We all have a “singing in the car” voice. When you’re driving alone, nobody can hear you and you belt it out without a care, that’s when your truest singing voice comes out.
Taylor Swift is back again with a new album to help brighten a less than ideal year. Not even a year after the release of her album “Lover,” Swift’s eighth studio album “folklore” was dropped as a surprise. The album has a hefty tracklist of 16 songs and a musical style unique from Swift’s previous releases. It has us thinking about all the genres Swift has so successfully tested out over the years. From country to pop and even hip-hop, Swift has managed to produce hits across the board. This playlist is a collection of our favorite Taylor Swift songs through the years.
Season 16 of "Grey’s Anatomy" recently ended, and it almost seems as though the show will never go off air. After all, there’s a reason it’s one of the most popular series out there.
Although the Fourth of July has passed, cookouts remain the best way to spend time with friends and family during the summer. Something about firing up the grill and gathering around a table outside to eat hotdogs and hamburgers is the perfect picture of summer.
Many people might be wary of dining in at restaurants this fall, but in a city like Columbia, there are so many good restaurants that it’s hard to resist eating out. Luckily, most restaurants now offer pick-up and delivery options so you can enjoy your favorite cuisines without putting your health in jeopardy. Here are some of our favorite Cola restaurants with social distancing-appropriate options.
This fall will look different from any semester we’ve ever seen. From tailgates to study groups, social distancing and safely hanging out with friends will pose a challenge to Gamecock social life. Here are some suggestions for hanging out with friends this fall while staying safe and doing our civic duty.
Blasting music, rolled down windows, pushing the limit on country roads — what better way to take a cross-country road trip? In a time where nothing appeals less than unhygienic public transportation, traveling cross country by car seems like the perfect vacation. This playlist screams "road-trip” as a catchy combination of country and classics.
This story was updated at 9:23 a.m. July 8 to account for the latest policy changes surrounding face masks on campus.
It's required to wear a mask in most parts of campus, and some people might be worried about it cramping their style. However, there are plenty of options to complement your outfit, from unique fabrics and bold prints to basic designs that get the job done. Here's a guide to our favorite mask styles to complement any outfit.
Summer is the best time to discover new forms of entertainment, given all the free time. For those moments when you get bored of having nothing to do, these are some highly anticipated movies, books and albums to keep you entertained all summer long.
Sometimes we just get bored of listening to the same songs over and over. Even our favorite songs can get a little old. An easy solution is to listen to the latest releases, but when there seems to be a new music drought, the next best thing is remixes. When artists mix things up, it can turn songs that sound tired into a whole new piece of music.
Just because summer means less responsibilities doesn’t mean you should abandon your regular exercise routine. If anything, the good weather is all the more reason to get outside and get moving. With the right music to motivate you, working out doesn’t have to feel like a chore. This upbeat playlist will keep things fun while you’re running, biking or just dancing it out.