My Favorite Place on Campus
At USC, students are spoiled with a very convenient campus. The campus is large, but small enough so that everything is walking distance. There are many convenient locations for students to stop for a quick bite to eat in between classes, many fountains and grassy areas for lounging around, and many libraries located all over campus, making it easy to find a nearby place to study.
My favorite place on campus, however, has got to be the Ronald Tutor Camps Center.
The campus center is where I like to eat, hang out with friends, and lounge around on sunny days. The campus center also has many great spots for studying and doing homework. Comfortable chairs, cozy settings that are perfect for group study sessions, and a relaxing environment are what you can find at the campus center.
My favorite part about the campus center, however, is definitely the food. The campus center is home to Seed’s Marketplace, Lemonade, California Pizza Kitchen, Panda Express, Wahoo’s Fish Tacos, The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, and more. It is also conveniently located at the heart of campus, which is why it is a popular spot for many students who need to grab a quick bite to eat before heading off to their next class.
Lemonade is my favorite among the many eating options at the campus center. It is perfect for a delicious, but healthy lunch. The soups at Lemonade are also a must on cold or rainy days (even though rainy days are pretty rare in southern California).
The campus center is still a go-to place for students, even when they are not hungry. The aesthetically pleasing layout, outside eating area, fountains, and classical music are enough to persuade any student to stop by.