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SCETV presents Georgia O’Keeffe documentary

Paige A. Riggins, Staff Writer

November 16

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Showcase, Uncategorized

SCETV producer and director David Adams presented the documentary “A Woman on Paper” in the Columbia College Spears auditorium on Oct. 25. Georgia O’Keeffe was 27 when she arrived in Columbia on Sept. 22, 1915 to...

Things to do in Columbia: Menkoi Ramen House

Kyla Gray, Staff Writer

November 14

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Located in the heart of downtown Columbia, Menkoi Ramen House sits snugly at 1004 Gervais St. amidst the bustling bars and restaurants that surround it. Menkoi’s menu may be small, but it is packed with flavor and...

Things to do in Columbia: Kaminsky’s Baking Co.

Kyla Gray, Staff Writer

November 14

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Located in downtown Columbia, Kaminsky’s Baking Co. offers a variety of freshly made desserts that change daily. From a traditional red velvet cake to a more daring bourbon pecan pie, Kaminsky’s has something to...

Student hears from favorite poet

Rena Smith, Staff Writer

April 27

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Harley Carrigan, a first-year elementary education major, never imagined her bewilderment in a class assignment would land her a response from the celebrated South Carolina poet Nikky Finney. In her ENG 102 class with Christine...

Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly review

Alex Smith, Staff Writer

April 27

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The real question is To Pimp A Butterfly or to pimp the music industry? Kendrick Lamar may have done both. On March 15, rap artist Kendrick Lamar released his third studio album “To Pimp A Butterfly.” Within one day, the...

Columbia College students meet a poet

Alex Smith, Staff Writer

April 23

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

There was poetry, laughter, history and, of course, Marjory Wentworth at Columbia College. On March 26, S.C. Poet Laureate Marjory Wentworth read a collection of her own poetry, along with the work of some of her favorite poets,...

Columbia College presents Follies

Alex Smith, Staff Writer

April 23

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Columbia College carried on the annual Follies tradition hosted by Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK), an academic honors society on March 27 with lots of lights, lots of action and lots of dancing. Follies are original skits presented by studen...

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