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Local Eateries near USC

One of my favorite things about Los Angeles is the abundance of restaurants offering a wide variety of food. Since USC is located in this vibrant city, students don’t have to travel too far away from campus to enjoy some delicious food! 1. Jacks N Joe Jacks N Joe is one of my favorite restaurants for […]

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Posted on November 11, 2014 by Hali

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A Very Distinguished University

So this past Friday, at the storied Bovard Auditorium, former President Bill Clinton made his first public appearance ever at USC for the President’s Distinguished Lecture. That’s kind of a big deal, right? Well not at USC. These kinds of high-profile events and the attraction of high-profile people have become the norm for USC. Be […]

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Posted on November 10, 2014 by Roshan

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2-Units Just for Fun!

I love my major – studying business has opened my eyes to a whole new world and the classes I’ve taken are invaluable. But with topics as intense as accounting, operations, and finance, some of my most rewarding classes at USC have been the ones completely unrelated to my major. I use my 2-unit classes as […]

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Interviewing in the Classroom

For any students who have recently taken or are currently in BUAD 302 (Communication Strategies for Business), you know that we had what I consider to be a very interesting assignment this semester. As part of a long term networking project, students were given the opportunity to submit resumes, cover letters, inter-office memos, and thank […]

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Posted on by Frank

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Involvement at Marshall

My mentality may not work for everyone, but I’m one to join everything at the beginning and weed things out slowly as I realize which extracurriculars really resonate with me. That being said, a large portion of extra organizations I’ve decided to keep with me throughout my time at USC thus far have been Marshall […]

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So Many Research Opportunities

As a sophomore, I have already been exposed to so many different research opportunities, both in Marshall and USC as a whole. Being involved as a participant in many various research studies has been a rewarding experience. As an Accounting and Psychology double major, last Spring, I took Social Psychology, where I had the opportunity […]

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Posted on November 7, 2014 by Charlene

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I Found Where I Am Supposed to Be!

I’ve often said that attending USC was the best accident of my life. I grew up in a Bruin home, so I never really thought too much about USC. As I was applying to schools, my mom suggested that I apply to USC because, although she is a two time Bruin, she had heard great […]

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Posted on November 6, 2014 by Nicholas

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USC: Living the Dream

Coming form a small suburb in the Bay Area in Northern California called Fremont, I had limited experience with urban environments and large cities. So transitioning into USC and Los Angeles was definitely an adjustment for me, not only as a change from high school to college, but also as a change from suburb life to […]

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Posted on November 5, 2014 by Russell

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New/North or Bust!

Figuring out housing was one of the most stressful things I did coming into USC; I wanted to live in the same building as a bunch of people from my high school (although I didn’t want to room with them), I wanted to find a roommate because I wasn’t really down for the whole random roommate […]

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Posted on November 4, 2014 by Danny

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The most challenging project I’ve had to do in a business/accounting class

During the spring semester of my freshman year I took BUAD 286A, Managerial Accounting.  It was my first peek into accounting, and I learned a lot of of new concepts and skills, like writing journal entries, creating balance sheets and income statements, finding break-even points, and much more.  At the end of the semester we received […]

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