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To the Brim: How USC is fighting a stubborn culture of binge drinking


The Row was abuzz with partygoers shifting in and out of pulsing houses along the half-mile stretch of fraternity homes on 28th Street. As the clock inched toward 12 a.m., the Thursday night festivities were approaching their enforced conclusions. Sophomore Katie McCool was tired. The night had been long, there was class for her in […]

Are the recent sanctions on the Row too severe?


Instead of shutting down the Row, administrators need to find a better solution to campus drinking problems. Let’s face it: Though the government shutdown might be over, USC students have a different problem to deal with it — The Row shutdown. The administration’s choices are solving all the wrong problems. By ending weekday parties, the administration […]

University imposes sanctions on The Row


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 […]