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Preparing for Finals

It’s that time of the year again! Everyone is prepping for finals. The line at Starbucks keeps getting longer and longer and so do our nights spent in the library. Finals season brings another level of stress to the campus but it also brings people together as we study and everyone is functioning on three […]

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Finding Classes Outside Marshall

As I’ve mentioned in prior blogs, USC, and particularly Marshall, is an institution that actively encourages interdisciplinary learning. The way the Business Administration curriculum is designed incentivizes students to seek additional majors and minors, all of which require finding classes outside the school. One great way to do this is to take a diverse set […]

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Posted on March 30, 2017 by Anav Sharma

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The Value of Experiential Learning

One of the most unique and valuable resources at the Marshall School of Business is the Experiential Learning Center (ELC), which puts students through immersive exercises with high real-world applicability. The activities are engaging and memorable, providing students with important takeaways on how to find success in the business world. I have had the privilege of […]

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Posted on March 28, 2017 by Andy Gabler

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USC: Much More Than Simply a University

Asking why USC is special to me is like asking someone why they love their parents, for there are so many inexplicable reasons that I love the University of Southern California and yet I find it extremely difficult to put into words. There’s the campus, the faculty, the students, the football, the location…and the list […]

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Posted on March 23, 2017 by Mariel Salem

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Leadership Experience

“Leadership experience” is something you hear tossed around when asking what employers would want to see on a resume. I can’t tell you how often I hear the words “leadership experience” from a panel, resume workshop, etc. However, there are many ways that one can develop leadership experience and it doesn’t have to be by […]

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Balancing School and Life in LA

One of the many perks of going to USC is the fact that you get to live in one of the most diverse, interesting, and upbeat cities in the United States. There is always something going on! It is incredibly fun to explore all the multi-cultural aspects of Los Angeles. There are segments of LA […]

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Balancing School and Life in LA

At USC, students have the privilege of attending school in the cultural mecca that is Los Angeles. During the week, for instance, there are always fantastic film, music, food, and other artistic events going on. Unfortunately, there’s class on weekdays too. Learning how to balance my curiosity for new cultural experiences with school is a […]

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Posted on March 3, 2017 by Anav Sharma

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LA in the Spring

One of the best things about going to USC is getting to take advantage of everything that Los Angeles has to offer. From the oceans to the mountains, there is definitely never a shortage of the number of things that you can do here in this amazing city. However, one of my favorite parts of […]

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Posted on March 1, 2017 by Alyssa Lam

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One Thing I’ve Learned This Semester: Measuring Economic Growth

One of the most interesting things I have learned this semester in Marshall is the different models with which we can quantitatively measure the long term economic growth of a nation. The most prominent of these two methods are the Solow model and the Endogenous model. Both of these theories are based on the idea that […]

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Posted on February 27, 2017 by Andy Gabler

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