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Top 3 Campus Eats

As a self-appointed foodie, I’m going to go out on a limb and list three places that are on campus or NEAR campus. Although the selection on campus is not bad (TCC contains a plethora of choices, ranging from Lemonade to Panda Express to California Pizza Kitchen), these are some of the essential places next […]

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Posted on March 30, 2016 by Sarah Wu

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Music/Theater on Campus

Oh man, where to even begin?! Alright, let’s start with a nod to my favorite type of student performance: Improv comedy groups. Commedus Interruptus (the oldest improv comedy group on campus) will literally hold open practices in front of Bovard on a sunny day, and if you have time in between class, stopping to listen for […]

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Posted on March 2, 2016 by Sarah Wu

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Research Opportunities

Out of 3500 higher learning institutions in the United States, USC is one of only 88 research universities, which means faculty at the Marshall School of Business are actively engaged within their field and publish the latest studies that are then incorporated into the classroom. What this translates to, in terms of undergraduate opportunities, is the […]

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Posted on February 24, 2016 by Sarah Wu

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Favorite Thing About USC

I have such a hard time explaining to people why I love USC so much, because it honestly would take me hours to list every single thing that makes this university so special. But if I had to choose a word to encapsulate my feelings about USC, I’d say “quintessential” does it justice. USC is a […]

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Posted on February 21, 2016 by Sarah Wu

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Career Services at Marshall

At USC in general, there is a wealth of opportunity when it comes to networking. Because USC has its own general branch for career services, most students can find what they need simply by using connectSC. For Marshall students however, they also have additional access to resources and exclusive Marshall events. These Marshall events happen […]

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Finding Your Passion

USC has a lot to offer when it comes to extracurriculars, and even more so when it comes to academics. With over 750 clubs (be it physical activities like rowing, dance teams, or triathlon, to academic clubs like MUN, Applied Statistics Club, or just general interest clubs like photography or automobiles), everyone has their niche. […]

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Posted on January 27, 2016 by Sarah Wu

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Day in the Life

At USC, I love to stay busy all day every day. Why not make the most of your college experience (aka the best four years of your life) by doing something new, something you love, or something that inspires you, every second? So here’s what a typical day looks like for me: 9:00AM – wake up, […]

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Posted on December 17, 2015 by Sarah Wu

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Food Trucks in LA
Top 3 Places To Eat Near USC

Los Angeles has an amazing spectrum of food, and most of it is accessible by metro to downtown LA, from the hipster arts district (with the infamous LA wings) to the upscale eats you’ll find in Hollywood. Near USC however, there’s still plenty you’ll find to appease your stomach, whether you’re into Korean, Mediterranean, Mexican, Chinese, health foods, or whatever […]

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Posted on November 19, 2015 by Sarah Wu

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5 Traits of a Trojan

Scholarly, skillful, faithful, courageous, and ambitious; out of all 5, I’d say the one that best defines me would be the latter. While all five are definitely traits that anyone should strive for, I personally identify most with being ambitious. To me, I believe that ambition is the one thing that everyone can use to their […]

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Posted on November 8, 2015 by Sarah Wu

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Visions and Voices

If you walk around campus anytime on a weekday afternoon, you’re likely to happen upon a long line outside Bovard Auditorium. That line is probably for USC’s signature arts and humanities initiative, Visions and Voices. Visions and Voices was started in 2006 to promote the core values of interdisciplinary instruction and exposure to the arts. Essentially, artists […]

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Posted on October 24, 2015 by Sarah Wu

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