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Favorite Marshall Professor

Even though I am only a first semester freshman at USC, I have already learned so much from my classes and professors. However, out of all my professors, I have especially loved going to class every Friday and hearing Professor Voigt impart his wealth of knowledge. Professor Voigt is the professor for the Global Leadership […]

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Posted on November 15, 2016 by Alyssa Lam

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My favorite experience at Marshall so far

        Every Marshall student engages in exciting, real-world business simulations at the Experiential Learning Center, or the ELC as we call it. The ELC is founded on the following principle: I hear and I forget… I see and I remember… I do and I understand.      — Chinese proverb At this […]

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Looking Back on Freshman Year

I cannot believe that I am now a sophomore at USC, my freshman year went by so quickly. I am from Tucson, Arizona so the adjustment to LA was rough at times but I now feel like a full-fledged Angeleno! My first year in Marshall was a little overwhelming in the beginning because the school […]

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Posted on October 29, 2016 by Naomi Toux-Kidane

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Reflections on 3.5 years as a Trojan

There is nothing in the world like being an undergraduate student at USC. As a senior, I’m starting to look back on the many positive experiences I have had in Troy which have allowed me to develop academically, personally, and professionally. Here are some of the highlights by year. I’ll try not to get sentimental. […]

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Posted on October 26, 2016 by Nicholas

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Top 3 Campus Eats

As a self-appointed foodie, I’m going to go out on a limb and list three places that are on campus or NEAR campus. Although the selection on campus is not bad (TCC contains a plethora of choices, ranging from Lemonade to Panda Express to California Pizza Kitchen), these are some of the essential places next […]

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Posted on March 30, 2016 by Sarah Wu

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China Adventure with GLP

It is the second week back from spring break, and I still have vivid memories from my visit to Shanghai and Beijing through the Global Leadership Program (GLP). For more information about GLP, check out my earlier article (http://marshallmashup.usc.edu/international-opportunities-for-freshman/). Basically, the business related portion of the trip involved us going to visit companies in Shanghai and […]

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Posted on March 29, 2016 by Pooja

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Top 3 Places to Eat on Campus

This is pretty difficult for me because I really think it depends on your mood but in my opinion by far the best place to eat on campus is Moreton Fig, however it is not necessarily cheap as it is the only true sit down restaurant on campus and I probably on get it about […]

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Posted on March 28, 2016 by Aaron Farkas

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Spring Break: USC takes China

This spring break I was given the opportunity to travel to Beijing and Shanghai with the Global Leadership Program (GLP). Last spring, I was invited to GLP right after I was admitted to USC and I knew that a global experience my freshman year was something special. I had never traveled abroad before, so getting […]

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Posted on March 22, 2016 by Erik Rocha

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The Trojan Network

As a freshman, I didn’t expect to be exposed to very much of USC’s vast alumni network – while upperclassmen had internships and after-graduation jobs to be worrying about, I was still trying to figure out how to make my dining dollars last the entire semester (pro tip: coffee is not necessary on days you […]

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Posted on March 9, 2016 by Simran Singh

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Research Opportunities

Business or accounting degrees are not traditionally thought of as being very research-heavy- typically, we tend to think that research at universities is reserved for fields in sciences and humanities. However, opportunities to participate in, learn about, or even conduct research are plentiful for Marshall students at USC who are interested and seek them out. Some of the […]

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Posted on March 4, 2016 by Dana Austin

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Choosing the right college…

The college process in general, can be overwhelming. All of the applications and essays can be tiring, time consuming, and a little stressful. Though, once all of the applications are filled out and the common app tab is finally closed, it’s acceptance and decision time. All your hard work has paid off and it is […]

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Exploring Campus

At USC, there is always a ton of stuff going on that keeps you busy. Walking around campus, you will inevitably come across a fundraiser, an information booth and some kind of professional event. If that doesn’t keep you busy, then there’s always places to visit too! One of my favorite places to go on […]

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Music/Theater on Campus

Oh man, where to even begin?! Alright, let’s start with a nod to my favorite type of student performance: Improv comedy groups. Commedus Interruptus (the oldest improv comedy group on campus) will literally hold open practices in front of Bovard on a sunny day, and if you have time in between class, stopping to listen for […]

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Posted on March 2, 2016 by Sarah Wu

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Current Projects

One thing that you will realize upon attending the USC business school is that Marshall loves to assign projects in teams. Currently, I have two projects well underway for two different classes. For my ACCT371 accounting class, my team and I are currently researching an emerging technology that will influence our lives for the next […]

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Posted on February 25, 2016 by Laura

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Research Opportunities

Out of 3500 higher learning institutions in the United States, USC is one of only 88 research universities, which means faculty at the Marshall School of Business are actively engaged within their field and publish the latest studies that are then incorporated into the classroom. What this translates to, in terms of undergraduate opportunities, is the […]

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Posted on February 24, 2016 by Sarah Wu

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Favorite Thing About USC

I have such a hard time explaining to people why I love USC so much, because it honestly would take me hours to list every single thing that makes this university so special. But if I had to choose a word to encapsulate my feelings about USC, I’d say “quintessential” does it justice. USC is a […]

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Posted on February 21, 2016 by Sarah Wu

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Career Services at Marshall

At USC in general, there is a wealth of opportunity when it comes to networking. Because USC has its own general branch for career services, most students can find what they need simply by using connectSC. For Marshall students however, they also have additional access to resources and exclusive Marshall events. These Marshall events happen […]

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Spring 2016 Schedule – Favorite classes and professors

SPRING 2016 SCHEDULE BUAD 102: Global Leadership Seminar PHIL 168: The Meaning of Life GESM 120: Race and Upward Mobility in US Fiction and Media BUAD 304: Organizational Behavior and Leadership BUAD 307: Marketing Fundamentals   This semester, I am taking more a more business-centered course load. I’m excited because I feel like I will […]

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International Opportunities for Freshman

One of my favorite things about being a freshman in Marshall is the international opportunities offered here. I am currently in Global Leadership Program, or GLP, a yearlong class that culminates in a trip to Beijing and Shanghai, China, during spring break (3 weeks away!!). GLP is a class that is offered to the top […]

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School, Study Groups, and College Life

Late nights, coffee, and no sleep. The latter are the stereotypical thoughts that cross ones mind when thinking about studying and college students. And while there are those nights where you stay up pretty late to finish an assignment and thank Starbucks for that little white cup of coffee, not every night is that way. […]

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Posted on February 18, 2016 by Milan Carter

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