In light of the USC Panhellenic Council’s recent announcement that it will be moving the beginning of sorority recruitment to several days before USC’s fall semester begins, a question comes to mind: What’s the rush? Next fall this will be the question more than ever before — most sorority-hopefuls will be three days into rush […]
Administrators at the University of Alabama must institute greater penalties for prejudice.
Greek leaders remain optimistic about changes to bid night traditions.
Greek Life As a student at USC, I enjoy the article by Nick Cimarusti titled “Non-Greeks Can Still Have a Social Life.” However, as a member of USC Greek Life, the use of a somewhat insulting cliché as a hook is disappointing. As you are probably aware, the Greek system is currently in the process […]
Of the 1046 girls who rushed this semester, only 737 were offered bids from sororities. While some of these girls dropped out of the race on their own accord, countless others were disheartened after not receiving a bid. As depressing as the situation is, asking sororities to offer more bids is not the solution. I […]
Female students often lament that sorority rush has to coincide with the first week of class. Yet, contrary to popular belief, this first week could actually be the perfect time for rush. It’s just hectic enough to test a girl’s commitment and time management skills, but not so busy as to be overwhelming.
More than 1,000 women rushed a sorority last week and houses offered 737 bids Sunday.
Though USC has more than 750 student organizations, getting involved is as simple as following your interests.
Paying an entry fee for parties at The Row can be mutually beneficial for Greeks and non-Greeks.