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This is a week for celebration. Dawn Staley led her Gamecocks to victory in the national championship against UConn. Everyone on campus should be celebrating this week, regardless of classes or tests. And no celebration is complete without the perfect playlist to get people in the mood to party.
From musicians to muralists, Columbia is filled with artists who strive to bring something new and different into the mainstream environment. This could entail performing with a band or even opening an art gallery. Either way, the arts are alive and growing here in Columbia.
The Auntie Karen Foundation will be hosting the “Legends of…” Concert on Feb. 25 at the Koger Center with Grammy nominated artists Jeffrey Osborne and Lalah Hathaway headlining the event.
"Hidden City Music Festival," Columbia's first EDM festival, is coming to the Historic Columbia Speedway in April.
One student's experiences outdoors with her grandmother sprouted a personal passion for gardening. After being unable to find a gardening-centric club on campus accessible to many students, second-year biology student Jackie Taylor started Cocks in the Garden. The club provides students at USC with an easy introduction into gardening.
The newest exhibit at the McMaster gallery, “Fulmination and the Final Fulfillment" features 18 paintings by artist Morgan Craig and acts as commentary on the impact of capitalism in the world, according to Craig.
We’re back for another semester on campus and in person, mostly. Although we’re not ready for classes to start again, we all couldn’t wait to get back to Columbia. For those counting down the hours until Saturday and the long weekend, this playlist will make Friday afternoon go by a little faster. Featuring Carolina favorites like Darius Rucker and Kenny Chesney, everyone will sing along. But, there are also a few songs that welcome us back to the best school in the SEC in a modern way.
It's nearly Halloween, and what better season to stock up on sweet treats? Two Daily Gamecock columnists argue whether the best candy to stock up on is the chocolate-based kind — a classic for every holiday and dessert — or the gummy kind — a fun, colorful and less messy alternative for any time.
The Columbia Museum of Art’s newest exhibit, “30 Americans,” features Black artists from the last four decades and their American experiences.
I had never heard of Beezer's Gourmet Sandwich Shop before until I moved into South Tower my freshman year. At around 1 a.m., my then neighbor, a stranger I had met a day ago, asked if I was hungry — and that's how I discovered the best sandwich shop on campus.
Starbucks launched a new community-oriented franchise in Columbia, about a 10 minute drive from Russell House.
Many students and Columbia residents participate in and build the local thrifting community. In Columbia alone, there are a large number of thrift and second-hand stores that have become popular places for students to shop.
Around the world, 2020 was a crazy year. From national COVID-19 lockdowns to the Black Lives Matter protests, the world has drastically changed since early 2020. The Columbia Museum of Art's (CMA) newest exhibit, "Hindsight 20/20," aims to show these intense changes and events.
Five Points has been a cultural center of Columbia for years, but recently, it has become a gauntlet for local businesses. Many of these changes have created an unclear future for this pillar of Columbia.
From theater to computer science students, OverReactors Improv offers a space for students to practice their improv skills and even perform in front of a live audience.
At the corner of Blanding Street and Main Street, Hendrix is fusing a rooftop club atmosphere with an ethically sourced kitchen, according to its website. Hendrix’s dining area offers customers good service and food without “stuffy white tablecloth service."
Album: "Change of Scenery II" by Quinn XCII
Despite quarantine and isolation last summer, some Gamecocks made the most of their time by capitalizing on their hobbies.
As West Columbia continues to grow, so do the food options. The Hideout in WeCo, Crepes et Croissants owner Laurent Prescelti’s newest project, fuses French-inspired food and the cafe atmosphere.