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Accounting and Business Libraries

The accounting and business libraries are a great place to study. In between classes, I usually go to the Crocker business library to use the computers or study at one of the tables. There are many group study rooms that fit around 5-6 people. I’ve used these rooms to meet with my group members and […]

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Posted on April 17, 2014 by Lori

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Finding your passion at USC

A few years ago at a holiday party, I was talking with a neighbor about being a student at USC and mentioned that I was studying Business Administration. Her response was, “Oh…what are you going to do with that?”   I knew that she wasn’t trying to be sarcastic or undermine my studies; she was […]

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A Girl Who Left Her Heart In Greece

Through a high school educational tour with People to People, the Learning About International Commerce Program (Marshall LINC) and other trips, I have been lucky enough to travel many places throughout the world. However, no matter where I go, my mind keeps drifting back to one country in particular: Greece. So what, you may ask, […]

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What’s Wrong with Blizzard Entertainment?

In my BUAD 497 – Strategic Management class last semester, we had a final group project that required us to research a company, find challenges that its facing, and provide recommendations and solutions. When I first read the assignment, I was super excited to start on it because it would afford us the opportunity and […]

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Posted on April 16, 2014 by Kaylee

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Your Potential is Infinite

Infinite: the perfect one word description of USC Marshall. The experience of being Trojan is unlike any other, infused with endless opportunities and boundless advantages. Marshall’s flexible curriculum invites students to mold and shape their schedule in limitless different ways – allowing us to customize our education and truly explore what USC has to offer. […]

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It’s Okay to Be Cheesy

Let’s take a step back to my freshman year. Do I miss it? A bit. Would I relive it? For GLP, yes. Maybe even twice. My favorite part of my GLP experience, aside from being able to travel, visiting companies abroad, and being fully immersed in another culture, was the bonding. Our class got really […]

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BUAD 304- Leading Organizations

One of my favorite classes at USC has been BUAD 304, Leading Organizations. It is one of the core classes in the business curriculum that each and every business student has to take. The entire class focuses on how to be different types of leaders, such as a Leader as a Decision Maker, Leader as […]

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Posted on April 15, 2014 by Nicole

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Tips for choosing the right college

I was initially attracted to University of Southern California because of its engaging curriculum, strong community, diverse culture, emphasis on globalization, and unparalleled school spirit.  My interest in the Marshall School of Business included its well-rounded core curriculum, and more specifically, the business administration major.  Marshall is the best place to study business because of […]

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Posted on April 14, 2014 by Alec

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Follow Your Passions….and Everything Else Will Follow

One of the biggest fears I had coming to USC was the probability of my voice going unheard in the sea of 40,000 students. I remember coming on campus during move in day and feeling so overwhelmed by how many unfamiliar faces passed me. After all the bustle of unpacking my things, I was too […]

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Posted on April 13, 2014 by Larissa

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#Social #Media #Is #Everywhere

In high school, my physics professor would always say, “Physics is everywhere.” However, these days, I would argue that Physics isn’t everywhere, SOCIAL MEDIA IS EVERYWHERE. Of course, riding your bike  to class, picking up a bottle of water, throwing a piece of trash away–these actions are all governed by the laws physics–but do you […]

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Posted on April 12, 2014 by Alina

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Marshall Student Ambassadors: Best Organization at USC

Besides the norm of attending classes and participating in internships, how else do students spend their time at USC? Ask anyone on-campus, and that person is sure to talk about a club that he or she is involved with, in addition to the regular school workload. Specifically, the Marshall School of Business is home to […]

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USC: The Highlight Reel

It’s true when they say time flies when you’re having fun—I can’t believe I’ll be graduating in just five weeks from today! My time at USC has been nothing short of absolutely amazing and I can’t wait for the newly admitted Class of 2018 to get started on what is sure to be the best […]

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Posted on April 11, 2014 by Bridget

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End of the road

It’s both exciting and scary to think that my college experience will be ending in five weeks. The last four years feel like they’ve flown by and it’s hard to wrap my head around all that I’ve been able to do. I’ve been reflecting on my college experience and can’t help but be saddened because […]

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Facebook acquired Oculus VR: now what?

Facebook’s acquisition of Oculus VR for $2 billion in cash and stock recently rocked the technology and gaming industries. Some lauded the acquisition while others cried foul, but one fact remains: Facebook just got its hands on a VERY special piece of hardware.   For those of you that may be unfamiliar with the news, […]

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Posted on April 10, 2014 by Kristin

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Passion

While I am still exploring my passions, I have found my likes and dislikes here at USC. For example, I realized I really like meeting new people. At the many events that USC holds, I enjoy socializing and getting to know new people. At first, I was shy to talk to new people, but I […]

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Always Something Around the Corner

There is never a dull moment when you experience life as a USC student on this lively campus. I am endlessly impressed and excited by the events hosted on campus throughout the school year, and I was especially thrilled to hear that the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books would be returning to the USC […]

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Posted on April 9, 2014 by Lydia

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Scott Neustadter – Screenwriter of 500 Days of Summer

One of my favorite classes this semester has been BAEP 470, Taking the Leap – The Entrepreneurial Mindset. The structure of the class is unique in that every week, we have a guest speaker come speak to us about their careers. The purpose of the class is to inspire us and to help us to […]

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Festival of Books 2014

I’ve been going to the Festival of Books for as long as I can remember, and have been volunteering (oh how I love the 4 am silence across campus) for the past three years. For the reading-averse: fear not, there are plenty of speakers, screenings, food trucks, and bands to keep you busy while we […]

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Student Government…Do business majors care?

USC’s student government has a very strong presence on campus. Hundreds of students are involved in various committees ranging from program board to concert committee to outreach and these positions are open to any major. In addition, Marshall on it’s own has an undergraduate student government, Marshall Business Student Government. Individuals involved in MBSG as […]

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In Between Classes: Ground Zero and Literatea

When I have time between classes I like to go to either Ground Zero or LIteratea. Ground Zero This cafe is tucked away in a quiet corner near Marks Hall. I often find myself sipping on delicious milkshakes like “The Bore” or well made drinks like “Tea-Riffic”. During the day, I come here to study, […]

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Posted on April 8, 2014 by Sarah

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