You know that guy. The one in your Friday 8 a.m. who looks like he was hit by a truck and has the stench of an ashtray.
How about that girl? The one who’s clearly doing a walk of shame and has the messed-up hair and mascara to prove it.
For kemp ridley., making music is about having a good time with friends and not taking things too seriously. Consisting of Cayla Fralick (vocals), Thomas Barrineau (guitar), Trey Lewis (guitar), Cam Powell (bass) and Turner Shull (drums), the band performs regularly around Columbia. Bey’s, New Brookland Tavern and the White Mule have been a few venues for the group, and they’ve also performed in Charleston and Virginia on multiple occasions.
Let's face it. Valentine's Day is a reminder that being alone is not OK by society's standards and that often our love is unrequited. This holiday is obnoxious, and it looms over all of us like a bad case of heartburn.
Valentine's Day blows. It has run its course and is fatally overdone. Spring is filled with holidays that can easily crumble the reputation of the lovefest that is Valentine's, if only people knew about these days. So, pull out your party hats and fill your cups because these holidays are sure to top a corny day of lovey-doveyness any time of the year.
The role of African-American history at USC is a dynamic and evolving entity, entwined with the University since its inception. The ups, downs, forgotten, well-known, present and future have and will continue shaping the USC we’ve chosen to attend. But really, how much do you know about the impact of black history in our school’s development, and do you really care? Here’s a little lesson in black history at Carolina, so you can decide for yourself.