Writer Haley Sprankle sat down with women of three different faiths during the most trying of times—exam week—to discuss how Christianity, Judaism and Islam fit their lasting religious institutions into a modern, collegiate environment.
During spring break, many USC students escape their strangles and stressors of Columbia to relax on balmy beaches, or perform service work in developing countries. However, students would be remiss to forget the fantastic journeys that their home or adopted state can offer.
Greek life has been a part of USC since the early days of the university's inception. As the student body has ballooned over the course of the past 100 years, so too has the number of students who pledge to a fraternity or a sorority.