SCIA at Gameday!

Third Time’s A Charm!

Archana Archana, Uncategorized Leave a Comment

Hi everyone!! I hope you all enjoyed your first week of classes! I’m really excited for what this semester is going to bring; it’ll definitely be a busy one. I’m taking Organic Chemistry (CHEM 322A), Linear Circuits (EE 202), Statistical Methods in Biomedical Engineering (BME 423), and The Chemistry of Aids (CHEM 203). It’s a pretty science and engineering heavy …

ArchanaThird Time’s A Charm!

South African Summer And The Start of Fall!

Samantha Summer Experiences, Uncategorized Leave a Comment

This summer was one of the most incredible summers of my life, as I got to spend it participating in a service learning study abroad program in Cape Town, South Africa!  Cape Town was one of my favorite cities, and I am convinced it is one of the best places for a young person in the entire world.  Throughout my …

SamanthaSouth African Summer And The Start of Fall!

Junior Year Fall Semester Preview

Molly Civil and Environemntal, Molly, Uncategorized, Viterbi Class, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Orgs, Viterbi Plus Leave a Comment

Hey everyone! It’s hard to believe that I’m already into the second half of my undergraduate career here at USC, but I also couldn’t be more excited! This first week was a whirlwind of activity, and it’s looking like the rest of the semester is going to be equally busy and fun! Junior year means the start of some smaller, …

MollyJunior Year Fall Semester Preview

Round 2

Frankie Chemical Engineering, Frankie Leave a Comment

It’s the beginning of the new year otherwise know as Round 2 in my books. Fighting sports have always been an interest of mine so Round 2 sounds pretty appropriate to me. But anyways back to the main topic, IT’S SOPHOMORE YEAR, and I’m slowly, but surely getting older. Time is moving significantly faster than in high school; probably because …

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First football game of the year: Beat the Bulldogs!

My Semester: Fall 2014

Juliana Juliana Leave a Comment

Hey guys! I hope you’re all excited to be heading back to school, even if you haven’t started yet. My first week of classes is officially over, and I’m already super excited for this semester. I’m going to tell you a little about what I’ve been doing since I got back to USC, what my classes are like this fall, …

JulianaMy Semester: Fall 2014
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This Semester at a Glance

Ian Ian, Viterbi Class, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Orgs Leave a Comment

What? We’re already through the first week? Man time flies when you’re having fun! This semester’s classes are looking so fun. I’m taking Computer-Aided Analyses for Aero-Mechanical Design (or just AME 308), Dynamics of Fluids, Thermodynamics, the infamous Mechop, and I’m getting into my Entrepreneurship minor with the Management of New Enterprises, and I snuck in the design team tech …

IanThis Semester at a Glance

Classes and Clubs and Football, Oh My! Fall 2014 Preview

Lyssa Chemical Engineering, Lyssa, Viterbi Life Leave a Comment

Hello everyone! I can’t believe the first week of my senior year already flew past! I’m excited but also sad to be starting my last year at USC, and I’m already planning on staying for a little while longer to finish my progressive degree in engineering management! While senior year is a bittersweet prospect, I have a lot to look …

LyssaClasses and Clubs and Football, Oh My! Fall 2014 Preview

From Cryptography to Communication: Fall Semester Preview

Patrick Patrick, Viterbi Class Leave a Comment

Howdy everyone! Fall semester is just starting up this week and we’re all getting excited with our new classes! The Trojan football game yesterday was the perfect way to dive into a new semester – full steam ahead! Personally, I’m pumped for my classes this semester and they’re looking to be a good variety of topics; from cryptography, to business …

PatrickFrom Cryptography to Communication: Fall Semester Preview

Interning at Flextronics

Calvin Calvin, CompSci, Electrical, industrial and systems, Summer Experiences, Viterbi Careers, Viterbi Engineering, Viterbi Life Leave a Comment

I went back to my home town of San Jose in the Bay Area this summer. I had the opportunity to work an internship in the Silicon Valley at Flextronics, where I worked with RFID technology. You can think of RFID as the barcode scanner of the future; no line-of-sight is necessary and the technology allows us to “scan” many …

CalvinInterning at Flextronics

Started From the Bottom

Calvin Calvin, CompSci, Electrical, Uncategorized, Viterbi Class, Viterbi Life Leave a Comment

Despite being introduced to Special Relativity this semester and taking Differential Equations last fall, I would say one of the most confusing things I’ve had to tackle at USC is how quickly the time flies by. I’ve made so many friends and gotten to explore topics like improv and entrepreneurship that I wouldn’t even have known interested me just a …

CalvinStarted From the Bottom

The Greatest Physics Professor Of All Time

Calvin Aerospace and Mechanical, Astro Engineering, Biomedical, Calvin, Chemical Engineering, Civil and Environemntal, CompSci, Electrical, industrial and systems, Uncategorized, Viterbi Class, Viterbi Engineering, Viterbi Life, Why USC Leave a Comment

Gene Bickers is a student favorite on campus and is quite possibly the greatest physics professor of all time. I took his introductory mechanics class this semester and was amazed by his mastery of the subject, as well as his dedication to students. Bickers is always helping students out in his office, or in the classroom, and is really great …

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My Summer at Accenture!

Lyssa Lyssa, Uncategorized, Viterbi Careers Leave a Comment

This summer I changed gears a little bit from chemical engineering and interned at Accenture- a technology consulting company.  Before this summer I didn’t really understand what consulting was, and after this summer it is still really hard to explain.  Basically though other companies hire our company to fix their technology related problems! I spent the summer in Norwalk, California …

LyssaMy Summer at Accenture!

My Favorite Places to Eat in LA

Betty Betty, The Best of LA, Viterbi Life Leave a Comment

Before coming to USC, I would always get excited when I visited LA because I knew that meant great food! During my freshman year I took every opportunity I got to go out and try new places to eat. Often times your RA will plan events to take your floor out to dinner, and I highly recommend signing up for those …

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My Summer: Interning at Kiewit

Kelly Civil and Environemntal, Kelly, Summer Experiences, Viterbi Careers, Viterbi Life Leave a Comment

It is crazy to think that I am already starting my junior year! This summer went by so quickly; it seemed like just yesterday I was taking my spring finals. As summer comes to an end, I can’t help but look back on how great it was. I was very fortunate to be offered an internship at Kiewit this summer. …

KellyMy Summer: Interning at Kiewit

Oh The Places You’ll Go…

Emily Emily, The Best of LA Leave a Comment

One of the wonderful things about USC is that there are so many things on or just off campus that almost everything you need is conveniently located. Because of this, however, sometimes you have to make an effort to go out and explore LA. LA is such a large, diverse city that sometimes the thought of exploration can be daunting. …

EmilyOh The Places You’ll Go…
My freshman roommate and I at our first USC football game

Tips for Freshmen

Molly Molly, Viterbi Class, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Orgs Leave a Comment

During Welcome Week of my freshman year, I learned a lot: how to properly shake someone’s hand, how to ride a bike while carrying a backpack and a coffee, and how to remember more new names and faces than I ever thought possible.  I had an amazing time, and made friends that I’m still very close with today.  But I’ve …

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Summer Plans

Summer Plans: New Adventures in LA

Molly Molly, Summer Experiences, The Best of LA, Viterbi Class, Viterbi Life Leave a Comment

I’m so excited to be spending my first summer in Los Angeles! I can never get enough of the perfect weather and constant sunshine. I’m lucky enough to be taking two classes that are totally unrelated to anything I’ve taken before: EXSC 205: The Science of Human Performance and WRIT 340, which is upper division writing for engineers.  Both classes …

MollySummer Plans: New Adventures in LA
Hike to the Hollywood Sign!

Spring Semester Recap

Molly Molly, Viterbi Class, Viterbi Life Leave a Comment

I can’t believe the spring semester is about to come to a close and that I’ll be halfway done with my undergraduate experience here at USC! This has been such an amazing semester for me. There were a lot of experiences that made this semester a great one, but one thing I really enjoyed was getting introduced to some upper …

MollySpring Semester Recap

SoCal’s Coolest Team: Women’s Ice Hockey!

Kelly Kelly, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Plus, Why USC Leave a Comment

Playing ice hockey is my biggest passion and my favorite thing to do in my free time. I started playing at 5 years old and haven’t stopped since. I knew that I definitely wanted to continue ice hockey in college but on a club level instead of varsity because I knew I wanted to have time to pursue my other …

KellySoCal’s Coolest Team: Women’s Ice Hockey!

My Summer, an LA Story

Ian Aerospace and Mechanical, Ian, Summer Experiences, The Best of LA, Uncategorized, Viterbi Class, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Orgs, Viterbi Plus Leave a Comment

Geez, at the end of the summer why does it always feel like August came right after May? However fast the summer flew by, the experiences I had were, to me, nothing short of spectacular. Here are a couple of my highlights: This year was my first year at USC Racing’s competition in Lincoln, NE. We had a 27-hour car …

IanMy Summer, an LA Story