The trailer for "Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile" glorifies Ted Bundy as a serial killer and lacks the sensitivity needed when dealing with such a serious topic.
"The Revolutionists" takes the audience back in time to the French Revolution, but the core message of the play still resounds centuries later.
USC's medical fraternity showcased the human body through various models with hand-painted anatomical systems covering their bodies at an event Monday, raising money for Columbia's local Children's Miracle Network hospital.
USC student Wyatt Lasche created a film that offers a twist on typical superhero movies, hoping he will impact a college audience. His film "January" debuts this week.
HipWaZee in Five Points provides the Columbia community with a variety of vintage costumes for Halloween.
Kylie Dolbier's role as drum major has given her a new leadership position that has helped her grow as a musician.
With a variety of authentic German food, beer and dancing, German culture was shared this weekend at Incarnation Lutheran Church's Oktoberfest.
The University Chorus and Concert Choir attended First Thursday on Main and performed a variety of songs.
USC student Joseph Sanders discusses the creative process behind recording and releasing his own original song on Spotify.
In its first semester, the Carolina Film & Television Club plans to show movies monthly and provide a space for discussion among movie and TV lovers.