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How I got Involved with the Marshall Community

As I came in my freshman year as a Spring Admit, I did not know what to possibly get involved in at Marshall. To be honest, I was not even sure what I was really interested in. The environment at USC is one of a kind. You can feel the ambition and drive from everyone […]

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Posted on November 22, 2016 by Lauren Montes

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The ELC

Business is a bit of an abstract art. During your time at Marshall, you’ll be told how to approach certain situations, what tools to use, and what skills you need to make it in the real world. Any elite business school can do that for you. Where Marshall stands alone is the Experiential Learning Center. […]

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Involvement in the Marshall Community

As a freshman entering your first year at college, so many things feel unfamiliar. Sharing a bathroom with 40+ people. Being surrounded by an incredible amount of diversity. Becoming familiar with navigating the dining halls. One of the places I was immediately able to find a sense of comfort to anchor my USC experience was […]

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Posted on November 21, 2016 by Ashley

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My Favorite Marshall Professor…

Now in my third semester here at USC, I have had a handful of great Marshall professors, but one seems to stand out the most to me. My favorite Marshall professor has to be Professor Julie Suh for BUAD 280, Financial Accounting. Coming into USC, I had zero intention of wanting to go into accounting, […]

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Posted on November 17, 2016 by Andrew Loh

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Social Guide to USC – What to do at USC?

When you are a student at USC, there is always something to do because campus is in the heart of Los Angeles and because there is so much happening on campus. Here is a list of things you might consider doing to fulfill your time at USC: Attend Football Games Game days are like national […]

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My Most Challenging Project at USC

The most challenging project I have had to do in a business/accounting class was in BUAD 285a (financial accounting) last semester. It was my second semester freshman year and I had Professor Sweeney (one of my favorite professors of all time). In her class we had to do a group project which we then presented […]

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Posted on November 16, 2016 by Naomi Toux-Kidane

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Learning in an Academically/Culturally Diverse Campus

Coming from a very diverse boarding school in Princeton, New Jersey, I knew in my college search that I wanted a campus that shared a similar experience enriched with students from a multitude of different backgrounds – whether that be a family background, an academic background, or a cultural background. Prior to attending boarding school, […]

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How I Got Involved with the Marshall Community

Of the many benefits of being a member of the Marshall community, one of the most significant is that there are a variety of different clubs and organizations that students can join. When I was a freshman, I did not immediately join any Marshall clubs or organizations since I was unsure what I was interested […]

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Posted on November 15, 2016 by Daron Wong

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