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Columbia College music program hosts jazz and percussion ensemble performance

Kyla Gray, Staff Writer

December 11

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News

  On Dec. 1, the Columbia College division of arts and communication held a joint concert featuring the jazz and percussion ensembles in the R. Wright Spears Center for the Arts. The high-energy performance included...

How the first black peanut was born

Jamison E. Reese, Staff Writer

December 9

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News

All of Charlie Brown’s friends were white 65 years ago, but after the death of Martin Luther King, one woman felt the need to make a change in her community. It was Harriet Glickman of Los Angeles who convinced the Peanuts...

Adele releases third-studio album “25”

Alex Smith, Staff Writer

December 2

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

“25” by Adele is breathtaking, soul-filled, beautiful, powerful and better than you ever expected. Sometimes there is an artist who uses some type of mystical power, accesses the diary of your life and exposes it to the...

Things to do in Columbia: Papa Jazz Record Shoppe

Kyla Gray, Staff Writer

December 2

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Settled at 2104 Greene St., Papa Jazz Record Shoppe is a jam-packed record store that will satisfy almost every desire for musical entertainment. Papa Jazz is a small store that is filled, wall-to-wall, with vinyl records and...

Things to do in Columbia: Drip Coffee

Kyla Gray, Staff Writer

December 2

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Coffee shops are a dime a dozen, but Drip Coffee, located at 1441 Main St. and 729 Saluda Ave., is an authentic coffee drinking experience. Drip Coffee offers all the classic drinks like cappuccinos and lattes, but they also...

Tuscarora oral historian and legend keeper speaks at Columbia College

Paige A. Riggins, Staff Writer

December 1

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News

  On Nov. 3, Ramona Moore Big Eagle spoke in the CC student union about Native American life. Moore is an oral historian and legend keeper of the Tuscarora nation of North Carolina. She serves on the tribal council. Tuscarora hi...

Spanish department hosts Conny Palalcios poetry reading

Kyla Gray, Staff Writer

November 25

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

  Conny Palacios, an associate professor of Spanish at Anderson University in Anderson, S.C., visited Columbia College's Griffin Arena to read her published poetry to students in the Spanish program on Nov. 11. Palacios...

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