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If you were one of the thousands of rainbow-clad marchers who filled Main Street in early September, you may have already heard Professor Ed Madden read his poem, “At the corner of Lady and Main.” If you weren’t lucky enough to attend Famously Hot SC Pride, the poem is recreated on his website, columbiapoet.org. Just remember — this poem, which weaves soliloquy with conversation and addresses the complicated relationship of Columbia-of-the-present with Columbia-of-the-past, was written as a celebration. It is best read not alone in a classroom, but aloud to a broad, joyous crowd.
Zoe Dale has been creating jewelry since she was nine. Now in her senior year, Dale’s passion for meaningful jewelry has only grown. Creativity is a lifelong component of the former art major’s personality. Now, she cites frustration with the lack of quality jewelry in stores as her push to turn something she had always viewed as a hobby into a business.
It was an early, dreary morning, but senior geography and marine science double major Jory Fleming was anything but gloomy. At the first mention of research, his eyes lit up, and he began to expound on his sea of knowledge (and knowledge of the sea).
It’s a crisp, fall morning and midterms are looming. You decide a study session is in order, so you pack
up your books, wrap up in your favorite scarf and grab a cup of coffee and
a warm pastry from one of Columbia’s local bakeries.
The rainfall from the previous day had cleared away, leaving the morning sky a brilliant blue and the weather perfect for a walk along Greene Street. Though stands of produce from the Farmer’s Market lined either side, I hadn’t come to for them today. Rather, like many already gathered along the road, I’d come for the dogs.
David Wood (DJ D) is a media arts major specializing in video production and editing with the ultimate goal of working in Los Angeles or New York as a producer. In the meantime, he's had a long-running radio show here with WUSC, “Dark Entries: Goth Radio.” The show features largely Gothic Rock, but also branches out into various dark genres and doom metal. Catch “Dark Entries” every Saturday night from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Mornings can be hard, especially when you wake up and find that your cereal box is empty or the milk’s gone bad.
St. Patrick’s Day is one of my favorite holidays – and no,
it’s not just because everyone dresses all in green and binges on green beer. I
spent last spring in Dublin, Ireland where my study abroad friends and I had a
fantastic time celebrating with our Irish friends.
Plenty of people say they can’t get work done in their apartment because it feels too comfortable. I recently realized that’s how I’ve become with my desk in the G&B office. Student media has been my home for the last three years.
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With a student body exceeding 32,000, USC is an ocean of faces.
We imagine college as an enchanting place where hundreds of new friends are waiting for you. The reality of moving away from home and coming to school is a bit bleaker.
After numerous jam sessions, Perrin Skinner, Kristin Harris
and Kelley Douglas decided they should put a name on it, and thus the Prairie
Willows were born.
To most, staying balanced means juggling classes and friends. To Austin Ring, it’s a lifestyle that represents so much more.
From her childhood aspirations of becoming a rapper to participating in speech and debate in high school, Francine Tamakloe, a fourth-year marketing and entrepreneurship student, has always been expressing herself through words.
At first glance, South Carolina’s taco prospects may seem bleak, but after some serious investigative work, Columbia proved to offer a surprisingly diverse array of taquerias.
Which TV characters should you root for based on your favorite presidential candidate?
When you hear “CrossFit,” the mental image is often of an intense, hostile environment full of jacked-up personal trainers yelling workout commands at their clients; and crazed fitness junkies doing endless amounts of reps with the heaviest weights imaginable.
I’m the opposite of your typical gamer. I have extensive history with "Just Dance," and my “Crazy in Love” performances would make even Beyoncé weep.