The New Sounds Quartet features four USC graduate students who have been working towards the performance all semester. The concert will take place Friday, Dec. 6 and is free to attend.
Tapp's Art Center's transformation to Tapp's Outpost in Five Points is in the works and will continue to grow through 2020.
Carolina Lights is the State Fair's first drive-thru light show. The cost is $20 and will continue through the holiday season.
The 34th annual Vista Lights will take place 6 to 10 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21. The event will consist of shopping, food, music and more.
Fourth-year student David Edwards directs the two-person production, "I and You," which will take place at the USC Lab Theatre Nov. 20 to 23.
ReformED is a play based on real surveys and data about the issues that teachers and faculty face throughout the U.S.
The USC Homecoming committee will host Carolina's Got Talent Friday, Nov. 1. The talent show intends to represent a diverse group of student talent.
USC's printmaking club brings original artistic designs to the school and surrounding community.
USC's theater department is bringing Shakespeare's play "Much Ado About Nothing" to Longstreet Theatre with a modern twist. The play will run from Oct. 25 to Nov. 9.
Students reflect on how the university is celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month.