Fifteen years after 9/11, seven of USC students and faculty reflect on how the deadliest attack on American soil changed both their lives and the world around them.
After USC's academic courses were dropped from MyEdu, the university's own my.sc.edu launched a schedule planner to help students organize their academic schedules.
Bagel bites and bowl cuts. Two students discuss their original video being featured on a comedy show.
Harvest Week at Motor Supply Company Bistro in the Vista is running through to June 12. It is a week of a consistent menu of farm fresh food.
Fatal shots rang out at the University of California at Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Bringing a new perspective to one of Shakespeare's best-known plays, "A Gravedigger's Tale" comes to the Longstreet Theatre to interact with audience members and celebrate Shakespeare's works.
"The Tempest" brings a unique interpretation of Shakespeare to Drayton Hall Theatre by exploring the psychological depths of his last work.
English fanatics from around the state can rejoice as an impressive collection of the world's most famous plays make their way to Thomas Cooper Library this week.
The helpful schedule planner feature of the student resource website MyEdu will no longer be available to USC students, which has many upset and confused.
These four documentaries strive to uncover misconceptions about sexual assault, reveal injustice in the justice system when it comes to this type of crime and raise awareness about sexual assault in general.
The Open Book Series invites authors to discuss their books with students, and the third week is featuring Anthony Doerr's "All the Light We Cannot See."
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion has extended the deadline for the Pulse Survey in order to gather more data about student experiences.
Taylor Swift is famous for her evolving, catchy music and her vibrant and classy street style. If you are a "Swiftie" and wish to be as fashionable as the star herself, read on, and make sure you have red lipstick on hand.
Faith, trust, and pointe shoes: The world premiere of "Peter Pan" took the audience to the world of Neverland this weekend at the Koger Center with shimmering costumes and a blend of contemporary and classical ballet.
Black Lives Matter activist and Baltimore mayoral candidate DeRay McKesson will discuss justice and activism as part of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs' Social Justice Month at Russell House on Monday.
Experience the magic of Neverland through motion at Columbia City Ballet's performance of "Peter Pan" at the Koger Center.
Fun, adventure and wonder take center stage at the Trustus Theatre with the whimsical performance of "Peter and the Starcatcher." The multifaceted characters and easy-to-follow plot come together to create a show that cleverly plays on a nostalgia that anyone can enjoy.
Investigative journalist Walter "Robby" Robinson, a key player portrayed in the 2015 film "Spotlight" about the coverage of the Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal, will discuss the film's journalistic implications at an annual lecture Wednesday evening.
With less than a week until spring break, preparing for a relaxing week can somehow become stressful. This list can help you remember those few important details before you embark on a week without the stress of school.
Get in #Formation: Activism Against the Criminalization of Black Youth lecture brings awareness to students about the criminalization of minorities.
The President's Inclusion Forum allowed students to voice their concerns about diversity and under-representation on campus, some of which stemmed from the 2020 Vision movement in November.
The different style, timely parallels between wars and meticulous portrayal of the characters make "Still Life" a unique and engaging experience for audience members of all ages.
Columbia residents are about to have their literary minds blown with the inaugural event for the Deckle Edge Literary Festival this weekend.
A modern adaptation to a comedic classic, "Scapin" takes over the stage of the Longstreet Theatre, beginning Friday and running through Feb. 27. Vibrant colors, interactive set, thrilling music and incredible acting are sure to leave audiences satisfied.
Women for Bernie Sanders hosted a meet-up at the Lourie Center as a part of a series to educate the public on how Sanders supports women's rights.
The annual Carolina Day at the Statehouse sparked conversation about a new bill that proposes to remove state funding for all universities in South Carolina. Many students and faculty, including USC President Harris Pastides, are opposed to the bill.
This weekend, prepare to be transported to the ancient land of Agrabah and follow the Arabian night's story of Aladdin as the Koger Center for the Arts is transformed by the Columbia City Ballet.
On Friday, there was hustle and bustle in the air of the Columbia Museum of Art. Hundreds of people were chattering as their anticipation increased. They had gathered for a night of amazing jazz music.
We live in a time when we are constantly looking for something new to gain our attention. But a long time ago, the attention of millions was taken by the start of a phenomena of light and dark Force. Now, 30 years later, we are able to witness firsthand a long-standing, global phenomena and its new pieces as they unfold.