The South Carolina Cornbread Festival will return to Main Street on April 30 to feed and entertain attendees. After three years away, festival organizers are looking to reinvigorate the North Main Street business community.
MUSC 113 - Introduction to Video Game Music was a new class that debuted this year, which is dedicated to teaching students about the different ways music is used in video games. This semester, the class has created a mock playlist for NBA 2k24.
In celebration of Play It Back — The Daily Gamecock's newest print edition on stands now — the arts team has created a compilation of songs that have made an impact on campus this school year, featuring musicians covered by our writers and some of the year’s biggest hits.
Trends fluctuate, so keeping up with them without overpacking and being uncomfortable on campus can be difficult. Here is how some of USC's fashion enthusiasts keep up.
A new Starbucks on Lincoln Street has been dedicated to Henrie Monteith Treadwell, the first Black woman who attended USC. The shop is decorated with murals of Monteith Treadwell and a plaque describing her impact.
The Daily Gamecock spoke to 40 students about how the full effects of TikTok and other pop culture phenomena will impact future trends. From music to TV series, students predicted a wave of classics returning to the spotlight in the next few years.
The USC Department of Theatre and Dance produced five shows during the 2022-2023 season. These shows covered a range of genres, styles and themes that highlighted the versatility of the department and its students.
The Congaree Vista district will be hosting its 31st annual Artista Vista to spread the work of local artists and expand the local community's knowledge of the arts.
Cotton Branch Farm Sanctuary has been working to create a space for pigs with various types of trauma to thrive and become healthy. Through the volunteer program, pig cuddling helps to socialize shy pigs and allow them to live a happier life at the sanctuary.
USC students gathered together to celebrate the 25th annual Birdcage Drag Show at the Russell House Ballroom on Wednesday. The event featured local drag queens and kings from the community as well as Luxx Noir London, a contestant from ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race.’
"The Great Hurricane" is an immersive opera experience that premiers on April 20 at the Columbia Museum of Art. Specifically tailored to Columbia, the dramatic performance tells the tale of four friends surviving the devastating impact of Hurricane Joaquin in 2015.
Throwback Outpost is Columbia's newest vintage store that seeks to preserve history while advocating for sustainability. The inventory is carefully curated with every co-owner's unique expertise in vintage.
After only knowing what it meant to be in a high school band, members of The Alamo are looking to continue their passion for music in Columbia.
The Cocktails, an all-female a cappella group, is striving to create music and build community, while also coming balancing productivity and fun. Performing across campus and releasing music online, the group has found success while maintaining a friendly atmosphere.
The new debut album from indie/folk rock band Boygenius creates confusion with its initial worship sound. Although the album has some highs, such as "I'm Sorry Emily" and "Leonard Cohen," it also has some lows, such as "True Blue."