We all know and love high school films such as “The Breakfast Club” and “High School Musical.” However, after the transition from 12th-grader to undergrad, relatable college films can be hard to find. Here are four classic coed films to which all students can relate.
DC Comics tries again to flesh out its cinematic universe, this time with the “Worst. Heroes. Ever.”
The script of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” gives fans a heartwarming and encouraging last look at The Boy Who Lived.
No matter how you enjoy spending your free time, Columbia offers a wide variety of things to do. Here is some advice from the Arts & Culture staff on how to make the most of your time on campus.
A derivative of the popular music festival Coachella, Hoechella is an original local music festival which aims to speak out against slut shaming and body shaming while providing inspiration and support to underrepresented individuals and female difficulties.
This fall, the Nickelodeon Theatre will offer more than screenings of newly released films to USC students and other Columbia residents. The theater will share with audiences a number of events, including a new political film series and a festival honoring female filmmakers of color.
USC alumni Nick Bradley’s Pangea Swimwear line has been voted #1 men’s swimwear by GQ magazine and offers an affordable swimwear line for men with wanderlust.
"Stranger Things," an 8-episode Netflix original series released on July 15, channels Stephen King and the 1980s successfully for a unique television experience.