Electrical Engineering, ’21
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My name is Cami and I am a sophomore studying Electrical Engineering and minoring in Dance. I spend my time dancing, painting, and doing math homework. I’m involved in research, chamber ballet, and IEEE. Catch me giving a tour to elementary schools for Tommy’s Tours, or at orientation as an orientation leader!
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My Major: Electrical Engineering
How did I pick my major?
Electrical Engineering seemed to be the most diverse and tangible major to me. I saw everything around as someway being touched by an EE from my phone to my thermostat. I wanted to be part of something that truly affects people’s lives and EE was that for me. Although my idea of building circuits and robots was transformed once I came to USC, I fell in love with the beauty and simplicity of the conceptual math side of Electrical Engineering, something that I didn’t even know existed.
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Check out these blogs about electrical engineering at USC!
What They Don’t Tell You About CollegeApril 19, 2019
Why USC Was Right For MeApril 6, 2019
Why I Chose Computer EngineeringNovember 16, 2018
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My Netflix Obsessions
I have always loved this show and turn it on whenever I need to feel good about being in college. Aaron Sorkin is also one of my favorite writers of all time so just listening to show is like listening to music.
Favorite USC Tradition
The best tradition on USC’s campus is most certainly saying “fight on!” This ritual, although it happens everyday, is such an affirming way of connecting our Trojan family. I love to shout this little tradition when I see a stranger in the airport or on the street wearing something with USC on. It is a tradition that binds our family together and is by far my favorite thing to participate in.