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Off the Beaten Path

Distinguishing oneself at USC is no easy feat when considering the different backgrounds, experiences, interests, ethnicities, and diversity our student body has. While every student who passes through our university is undoubtedly forging their own unique path, for me, “unique” entails being a part of not only an eclectic combination of extracurriculars, but also creating my own academic degree. Because […]

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Posted on September 23, 2015 by Sarah Wu

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My Favorite Marshall Professor

I would definitely say that I’ve had my fair share of awesome professors during my time at USC, but if I had to choose a favorite, I’m going to have to relate it back to my freshman GLP experience and choose Professor Geck. She has co-led the GLP course for the past 10 years and […]

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The Class I’m Looking Forward to the Most this Semester

Well, I have successfully made it past my freshman year at USC, and I am now starting out my sophomore year with four classes toward my major.  As a Business Cinematic Arts (BCA) major, I am working toward a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, with an Emphasis in Cinematic Arts.  Therefore, along with being […]

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What I Love About USC

USC is home to some of the brightest, most passionate students I’ve ever met, and I’ve only been here for about 4 weeks. There’s so much to love about the school; the atmosphere, the people, even the food (sometimes). But out of all the great things at USC, I have to say that the relationships […]

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Posted on September 22, 2015 by Alex Lee

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USC Student Housing – Living in Webb Tower

One of my most memorable experiences at USC was living in Webb Tower, a student apartment building on the northwest corner of campus, for my freshmen year. With its yellowish-white façade, it is easily noticeable as the tallest (yes it does have elevators) residential building on campus.  If you are lucky, you might even get […]

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Transferring to USC: Path to Happiness and Success

Deciding to transfer to USC has been one of the greatest and rewarding decisions I have made because I finally got the sense that I had found my home away from home. Home representing a place where I get excited and chills every time I step foot onto campus and a sense of pride when […]

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Hurtling Through the Glass Ceiling

With the dawn of technology and accessibility of startups, the playing field in business between women and men has been leveled, if even just a little bit. I’d like to share with you two women who have successfully wrangled and made it through the business world, blazing their way through industries, IPOs, and investor meetings […]

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Organizations at Marshall

Here at Marshall, it’s hard to keep track of the amount of numerous amount of organizations.  Besides Marshall Student Ambassadors, students have the opportunity to join student government through Marshall Business Student Government, network in business fraternities through Delta Sigma Pi or Alpha Kappa Psi, or join academic clubs such as the Accounting Society, Applied […]

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Posted on September 21, 2015 by Shane Hayakawa

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Getting Involved – Advice for Freshmen on How to Find Your Niche

Easily one of the most intimidating things about coming to USC is the fact that it’s a big university. USC has roughly 45,000 undergraduate and graduate students in total, which can sound like a lot to incoming freshmen, and is still just as staggering to us current students. With this many students, countless varieties of student […]

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Living in the Big City

Are you excited to come to Los Angeles?! LA is just an incredible city. From hitting up the beaches along the coast to eating unique Japanese dishes in the heart of Little Tokyo, there is nothing that you can’t do here! Moving from a small suburban city in South Florida, I was blown away by just […]

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My Freshman International Experience through LINC

I was fortunate enough to get to go to Hong Kong with LINC through the Marshall School of Business. It is opportunities like this that really drove me to choose USC. I got to go to Hong Kong where we toured top businesses like Bloomberg but also got to visit factories of places such as […]

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Senior Lessons: Dreams Are Not Static

When I was 5 years old, I wanted to be a princess. Over the next decade, I would have shifted career choices from princess to marine biologist to author to software engineer to doctor to lawyer. At 15 and through the time I came to USC, I was positive I was going to be a lawyer–and […]

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Posted on September 19, 2015 by Wendy

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Why I Chose USC

There were so many reasons that I chose to apply to USC: the Marshall School of Business, the Experiential Learning Center, the Global Leadership Program, the Thematic Option alternative way of learning, and countless other amazing opportunities unique to USC. But none of those reasons compare to why I chose to attend USC. I was […]

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Posted on September 18, 2015 by Kali DeCambra

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Choosing USC

In some ways, my college decision was made before I even received all my decisions. When picking schools to apply to, I had pretty strict requirements: the school had to have great business and arts programs, encourage students to double major/dual degree, and be located in or near a major city. While many of my peers […]

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Posted on September 16, 2015 by Simran Singh

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What makes Marshall unique?

  As a current Marshall ambassador and an orientation advisor this past summer, I am often faced with answering this question to parents and prospective students alike. I always knew that the Marshall School of Business was unique, but perhaps it took answering this question a number of times to really be able to clearly […]

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TGIF – Freshmen Friday’s

It’s here! You’ve survived another week of college life, and the weekend finally comes around right as your last class on Friday ends (or for a few lucky ones without Friday classes, the morning of). As a freshman, I knew Friday nights would be the best opportunity for me to relax with friends and check some bucket […]

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Past USC experiences and my Future at SC

Going into my third year at USC, I can’t help but reflect on the incredible experiences I’ve had that I could never have fathomed before I became a trojan.  I’ve learned so much in my freshmen and sophomore year classes, I’ve met so many incredible people, and I’ve made memories that I instantly knew would […]

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Posted on September 15, 2015 by Josh

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Trojans are Ambitious

The five traits of a Trojan are: Faithful, Scholarly, Skillful, Courageous, and Ambitious. (See how many of your friends at USC don’t know those). I’ve always liked the idea of Trojan being ambitious because it can encompass so many different things. I know Trojans who are ambitious about medical research, investment banking, environmental sustainability, and […]

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So Excited for Junior Year!

Although I miss my freshmen days, junior year has been great so far. I can’t believe I’m already a junior! Looking back, I’ve grown a lot personally and professionally over the past two years. One of my biggest accomplishments so far is finding student organizations that I’m very passionate about. From participating in the Global […]

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What Makes Marshall Unique?

While Marshall students make up a large percentage of the USC student body, Marshall makes a tremendous effort to give students the attention they deserve by providing them with several unique opportunities to enhance their undergraduate experiences and benefit their futures. Here are the Top 3 things that I think make Marshall unique: 1. Marshall offers […]

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