Jerry Bails' Who's Who gives the following credits for this series (which only lasted one issue): Bernard Baily, Ben Brown, David Gantz, and John Rosenberger.
According to Michelle Nolan in "Love on the Racks: A History of American Romance Comics" (McFarland, 2008, p. 130), Toby planned a second issue of "Sorority Secrets" but used the material in issue 20 of "Great Lover Romances" instead. Nolan thinks the sorority concept limited story possibilities as well as audience numbers because few women attended college in 1954. She describes "Sorority Secrets" as bizarre.
Issue available as a scan at goldenagecomics.co.uk.
Art ID based on comparisons of signed work done for Charlton.
The story is interrupted after the third page but the narratice is resumed following two pages of ads.
Jerry Bails' Who's Who gives Gantz as working on layouts and inks on the issue, but his is the only name signed to this story.