USC has issued new sanctions on The Row after a string of hospital transports during what Student Affairs characterized as the “worst weekend of the semester.” According to a memo sent from Assistant Dean for Student Affairs Beth Saul and Associate Director for Fraternity and Sorority Leadership Development Ray Carlos and obtained by the Daily […]
Teens are influenced by peers on social media sites, according to new research.
The book gets ‘fratty’ recounting tales of bro tanks and solo cups.
Gangster Squad pays homage to classic films but fails to live up to expectations for a talented cast.
Several alcohol-related incidents led the university to end the Greek tradition.
What’s the restaurant industry to do when all of the — sometimes literal — smoke and mirrors on the plate no longer impress jaded diners? The answer, it seems, involves the cocktail. Once an afterthought of the dining experience, most restaurants now give cocktails as much care as meals. At Bar Centro at José Andrés’ […]
The university should permit alcohol sales at baseball games. Drinking and watching sports are synonymous. A jumbo ballpark hot dog, a bag of peanuts and a nice cold beer is what watching a baseball game is all about. It is the American tradition that the beautiful sport of baseball was built upon. In fact, baseball […]
With many acclaimed bars near USC, the L.A. bar scene is sure to quench your thirst.
Relay for Life exemplifies alcohol-free fundraising. In response to the article “Charity events can raise more funds without alcohol” on Jan. 24, there are a number of charity events and organizations on campus that are alcohol-free. One of these is Relay for Life, which raises money for the American Cancer Society. Every year, more than […]
Students at on-campus parties drink an average of 4.5 drinks compared to 7.5 off campus.