Even though it seems like colder weather just arrived, Columbia's warm and sunny days will be back soon. Here are some outdoor activities to keep in mind for the spring semester.
There's more to being Santa Claus than throwing on a suit and saying "ho, ho, ho." Santas in the South Carolina area explain all the work that goes into the job, and why they love doing what they do.
Columbia is new to the craft beer scene, but its breweries are making up for lost time and adapting to the saturated market.
"Stories of Dislocation" combines documentary-style theater with slow tempo movements to portray the lives of immigrants in America.
What is there to do on Saturdays in South Carolina when you’re not at Williams-Brice? Take a look at several cultural events in Columbia this weekend.
Rock the Dock, a tailgate-style concert, features veteran Columbia artists whose musical roots go back to Hootie and the Blowfish's beginnings.
The Jasper Project's newest multidisciplinary art project, "The Supper Table," honors 13 South Carolina women who had an impact on the state's history. The event on Friday includes short films, literary essays and a theatrical performance that celebrates women in South Carolina.
All students experience a period of transition when entering college, but international students face the challenge of integrating into a new culture that's far away from home.
The sustainable fashion show presented clothing designs created from everyday waste.
USC's Department of Theatre and Dance is collaborating with Full Circle Productions to tell the story of Aphra Behn, one of the first female playwrights.