A USC club is promoting a new transportation program for cancer patients in a video.
The floor, known as “The Haven,” is the first of its kind in the USC community – meaning that the university itself hasn’t instituted a sober floor yet. This oversight on USC’s part is inexcusable.
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 […]
New semester gives students a chance to step out of their comfort zone with activities.
After a hiatus that lasted more than a year, a group of students have revived the International Relations Undergraduate Association to improve networking within the student body and provide avenues for students to publish their views on global affairs. The club was originally founded in the early 1990s as a representative body for undergraduates studying […]
Club offers connection to Native American spirituality, to fill ‘void’ on campus.