Class of ’19
Hello friends, welcome to my student page!
I’m Aarya, a senior studying Mechanical Engineering. Outside of engineering, I’m a member of the Environmental Core , the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, and the Social Justice Learning Institute. Outside of school I like running, going to concerts, and exploring all the nifty things to do in Los Angeles.
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My Major: Mechanial Engineering
How did I pick my major?
When I was applying to college, I had absolutely no experience in engineering. All I knew is that I liked Calculus and the mechanics part of physics. I realized that Mechanical Engineering was the major that combined these two classes, so I applied as a Mechanical Engineering major. I have not regretted my decision ever since.
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Check out these blogs about mechanical engineering at USC!
3 Goals for My Last Semester at USCJanuary 28, 2020
Do Engineering Students Have a Life?January 24, 2020
Knowing USC… Forwards AND BackwardsNovember 1, 2019
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My TV Obsessions
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is a well-deserved classic, sprinkled with motivational life quotes and random acts of fun. I strive to live everyday as Ferris Bueller-esque as possible , minus kicking my dads’s car.
One of the best romantic comedies (but comedic in a weird way) that I have ever seen. It has a subtitled dog. And it’s on Netflix! What more could you want?
Favorite USC Tradition
Everyone knows that USC puts on a lot of concerts, but they also have comedy shows! Every year, there’s a Welcome Back Comedy show the Sunday before classes start and they always bring really funny comedians! I will laugh at literally anything that moves, but even my more reticent friends always enjoy this event.