Sports and Greek Life!
Virtual Tours by Students
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So we're going to see No, I just looked directly into my lamp, but hurry. Um, so I wanted to talk a little bit about game days and stuff like that because I couldn't show you guys. I couldn't show you guys the, uh, coliseum, which is a really cool experience. It's really cool, but it's also really accessible. Well, we started, so we're not going to go back. Game days big at U. S. C. And it's kind of coming into it. It's a lot and people start tailgating at like five a. M. So you're walking around drunk. You're like, How are they allowing this in college? But they d'oh and then like there's just it's insane the whole day and like the days beforehand, to are just all about the game and what the game was gonna be and how it's gonna go. I think this year was a little bit more subdued because we didn't have. In the past, I think that when we've really been on a roll, when the Trojan family fight on when the Trojans have been going, I think they've been like, go in. So if that makes any sense what I'm trying to say. Is that sports are a really big deal here, but also, if you don't really want to take part in that, you don't have to. It's a really fun thing to just go out and dio sometimes, um, it's really cool to have the opportunity to be involved in such a crazy family of fans. Um, but it's also not something that you have to get absorbed into federal times. It's also it's a really big thing for the sororities. I'm not sure as much with the frats, but I know for the sororities like Game Deezer, a big going out time for them, but so is most every other time tio that they have a chance to go out. Um, yeah, I guess we'll talk a little bit about Greek life, too, in this video, because we're talking about game days and sports, and that's they kind of go hand in hand. Freshman can't rush until the second semester. So you have to wait until the spring if your fall admit to rush or the fall of your spring at meant to rush. Uh, and that I think it's a good idea because I probably would have rushed in the fall. Then by the time spring got around, I had already been committed toe like a bunch of different groups that I'm very happy with that I'm very happy I'm with, So it's not upsetting to me that I didn't rush. I have a lot of friends that are in Greek life right now. I'd say some of my best friends at USC are in Greek life, so I don't think that any of the stigmas about it are necessarily super true for the people that I know. I know a lot of guys in the top frats and You know, usually I'm the kind of person who would be like it's awful, but they're really loving genuine people, so it's interesting. It's a weird it's weird yeah, they're lovely guys. If it's something that you come to USC for, I know a lot of people come to you must see because of the Greek life, then I think that's a personal choice and I have no opinion. I think you're in good company, so that's all I have to say.