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Changing Lives Since 2003

If you're obsessed with One Tree Hill, think Nathan Scott is hot, could use a pick-me-up, or all of the above, read this.

I'm a Survivor

We all can think back to the mini heart attack moment when we received the university email notifying us of our roommate assignments at the very beginning of summer before our first year of college. Crossing our fingers in hopes our roommate wasn’t a psycho, we excessively trolled through Facebook to get a glimpse of who we’d be breathing the same air with.

Football: UVA's Tragic Flaw

Us Wahoos just couldn’t wait to get back on grounds for the fall semester. Reuniting with friends, setting up the new apartment/room, block party, tailgates, well-dressed southern boys, etc.

7 Things Guys Don't Understand About Sorority Recruitment

Confused about Sorority Recruitment? Me too. 7 Things I Don't Understand About Sorority Recruitment.

Timeline of Finding a Roach in an All-Girls Apartment

We thought we had it all: ice cream in the freezer, wine in the fridge, and the independence to live on our own. It took one night, however, to realize that we were wrong.

25 Things USC Students Understand

As we head back to campus this fall, here are a few things you might miss or remember. Except for the constant construction, because no one misses that.

Taylor Swift "Shakes It Off"- Country Music, Haters, and Rules

T-Swizzle not only releases a new single, but also drops some deets on her fifth album, 1989.

Tips for Maximizing Your College Space 

Organizing is tough and takes time, but it really will make your life easier as the year progresses and you get busier and busier.

Aspire. Seek. Attain.

Going from an only child to having 200 sisters overnight isn't the only reason I love Alpha Sigma Alpha.  We live our open motto, "Aspire, Seek, Attain." everyday.

Thoughts Of A Retired Cheerleader

I started doing tumbling privates by the age of six, and I worked my way up to being on an all-star cheerleading team by the age of eight.

Maybe My Sisters in Christ and My Sisters in Letters Aren't All that Different

I have struggled to overcome many stereotypes since coming to college last fall, and the sad part is the two things I have been most involved in at Ohio State stereotype each other.