The social prohibition placed on The Row spring semester last year is still in effect.
The recent social probation, though harsh, must serve as a wake up call to Greek leaders.
Student Affairs said The Row can no longer host Tuesday and Thursday night parties.
The food truck event will take place on The Row and will benefit two organizations.
Eco-friendly paraphernalia including T-shirts, water bottles and canvas bags are being sold around campus and will fund a new recycling program on The Row.
The Interfraternity Council’s Spring Rush is attracting a record high of 800 students.
Paying an entry fee for parties at The Row can be mutually beneficial for Greeks and non-Greeks.
Sororities emphasize their attention to high academic performance through support.
The Interfraternity Council will partner with DPS to ensure safety on The Row.
News editors Natalie Chau and Chloe Stepney sit down with USC Interfraternity Council President Eric Ronan to discuss recent events regarding The Row.