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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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Posted on April 19, 2017 by Naomi Toux-Kidane

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Preparing for Finals!

Finals! They represent the end of a wonderful semester and a way to show off all that you have learned during the year. However, prepping for finals can also represent all of the group projects and little assignments you have been putting off the whole semester. So how do you best prep for finals and surpass […]

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What the trojan family means to me

To me, the Trojan Family means security. It is a network of students and alumni who look out for each other, help build each other up and support each other. Many people describe the Trojan Family as a sense of belonging. My very first time on campus was the USC Explore Day for admitted students […]

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Posted on April 5, 2017 by Naomi Toux-Kidane

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A Foodie’s Guide to the Global Leadership Program

Over Spring Break, I had the amazing opportunity to travel abroad to Shanghai and Beijing with Marshall’s Global Leadership Program. This was my first overseas experience, and it could not have been a more fun and rewarding experience—the company visits provided an insightful glance at how companies have learned to master global business through trust […]

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Posted on March 30, 2017 by Amanda Douglas

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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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Posted on March 22, 2017 by Naomi Toux-Kidane

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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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Posted on March 8, 2017 by Naomi Toux-Kidane

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Best USC Experience So Far

Growing up playing competitive soccer, it is no coincidence that I’ve come to love sports – playing sports, watching sports, and coaching sports. Naturally, one of the things that attracted me to USC was its powerhouse athletic programs. The school spirit at SC is unparalleled, and I did not even realize this fact until I […]

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Posted on March 1, 2017 by Amanda Douglas

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The Trojan Network

The Trojan Network (or, as it is commonly referred to: The Trojan Family) is made up of USC alumni who are engaged in assisting to provide career related information to students. Many have argued that the Trojan Network is USC’s greatest asset! This is because USC alumni form a very close and supportive community. This […]

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Posted on February 22, 2017 by Naomi Toux-Kidane

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Public Transportation Adventures!

USC, is located in the prime location for lots of great food and adventures. Though because most students on campus don’t have their own cars, there’s the question of how do we get to these fun spots?! Well, the other great thing about USC is that we are located in an area where there is […]

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Concerts and Events at USC

I never actually have seen a concert before I came to USC. One thing really cool that happens on campus at SC are our three annual concerts put on by the USC Concerts Committee. These three annual concerts are: The Welcome Back Concert, Springfest, and the CONQUEST Concert (rally pre-USC v UCLA Football). Students can […]

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Posted on February 15, 2017 by Amanda Douglas

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Most Influential Professor

I am sure every student at least once upon reaching college has heard the expression that “the professor makes the class.” Yet I had never truly bought into the catchy proverb until I entered my Business Communication (BUAD 302) class for the first time and had the tremendous pleasure of walking into the class of […]

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Posted on February 9, 2017 by Mariel Salem

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Music/Theater on campus

During my time at USC I have met an incredible amount of talented people in the music and theater areas. I want to make sure others know of the opportunities to watch musical/theater performances on campus because we have such great programs here at USC. Tickets for the 2016-2017 season of plays by the USC […]

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Posted on February 8, 2017 by Naomi Toux-Kidane

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Marshall’s Centers of Excellence

Marshall’s Centers of Excellence are not popularly known, making them hidden gems for Marshall students. Each center focuses on different implications of business, performs research, and provides students and faculty the resources and programs for mutual benefit. Through utilizing their services, Marshall students are able to interact directly with experts and professionals of the industry, […]

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Posted on February 2, 2017 by Andrew Loh

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Current Projects

I can’t believe we’re already four weeks into the semester! A lot has happened, both in my courses and extracurricular activities. I’ve already had two midterms (ACCT 374 Intro to Tax and ACCT 373 Intro to Audit and Assurance) and I recently submitted my first paper on the ethicality of TOMS Shoes’ business model for […]

Marshall’s Centers of Excellence

Often associated with Biology or Chemistry majors is the subject of research. The term often gets thrown around from time to time in high school and even more so in college. Students that live on my floor research with professors, organizations, or even outside companies. So, the question is: what does research look like for […]

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Posted on February 1, 2017 by Amanda Douglas

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Marshall’s Centers of Excellence

Marshall boasts 10 diverse, cutting-edge centers of excellence. Some of my favorites are the: Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies Ranked the #3 program by US News & World Report in its Best Business Schools 2016 rankings, the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies is a leader in entrepreneurship education and research. It is the nation’s oldest integrated entrepreneurship program, […]

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Posted on January 30, 2017 by Alisha

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Best Resource At Marshall

Besides providing students with a first-rate business education and exceptional extracurricular opportunities, the Marshall School of Business also helps its students find success through a variety of resources, none more significant than Marshall’s alumni. The Marshall School boasts a robust alumni network that provides students with valuable, first-hand advice on career development and business strategy. […]

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My Favorite Marshall Program

While I am only a sophomore and I am sure that I will have many more memorable experiences during my time at USC Marshall, for the time being there is one program in particular offered by this incredible university that clearly stands out as being my favorite. It was the trip of a lifetime: my LINC […]

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Posted on January 26, 2017 by Mariel Salem

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Football is over, now what??

As EVERYONE should know, we just won the Rose Bowl!!! But after all this excitement, what comes next? Is anyone experiencing withdrawal symptoms? There are other options! There is so much hype around football at this school that people seem to forget about the other great sports we have as well as events going on […]

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Posted on January 25, 2017 by Naomi Toux-Kidane

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My Favorite Marshall Program!

Marshall, has so many programs for their students. From career development, to internships, to just getting out of the country for a summer to explore and learn new things, there is something for everyone. However, one of my favorite Marshall programs is the Career Advantage Program (CAP), which allows students the opportunity to be paired […]

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Posted on January 24, 2017 by Milan Carter

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