One of the best parts of the weekender, is going up to NorCal and still running into hundreds of other Trojans. Each year, USC plays an away game against either Stanford or Berkeley and hundreds of fans make the trip up to show our support. This year we headed to Stanford and came back winners for the second year in …
I can’t believe we’re almost at the end of the spring semester already! There’s so much to reflect on and look forward to.
As we enter the last week of classes, assignments and clubs are starting to wrap up as finals approach–which ultimately means that a motley of exciting activities happened this week!
You never know until you try! One of the best things about college is that it provides so many opportunities to try new things and really expand your knowledge and experience.
When mid-April rolls around, white tents go up across campus and some of the best authors, critics and well known celebrities come to campus. In other words, it’s that time of year for the Los Angeles Times Festival Books!
As women in engineering, ever think about whether you’ll be the only female in your class, whether teachers would treat you differently, or even if other girls not studying engineering would accept you? While initially these thoughts may be concerning, as a female engineer at USC, I haven’t even given them a second thought.
I can’t believe I’m already heading into the end of the spring semester of my second year here at USC. It’s hard to think that just two years ago around this time I was committing to USC–and looking back, I’ll say that it’s been one of the best decisions I’ve made!
At the end of the last day before spring break, I headed to one of the most popular spots in Los Angeles: Santa Monica! One of my favorite activities when I head off campus is to simply walk around/window shop and of course grab something to eat.
This week we’re going to be going through housing at USC! So far, my home away from home here has been Parkside International Residential College (IRC) and Webb Tower.
Today I got to go to the Wildlife Learning Center! One of the programs for the Asian American Tutorial Project is to take the kids on a field trip; last year we went to the Columbia Space Museum, but this year we got to check out different species from all around the world.
After a great kick off we had to EWeek on Monday, I’m going to now talk about one of the coolest engineering projects I’ve taken part of since I’ve been at USC. I mentioned in a previous post that the summer after my freshman year I got to intern in Sweden for a powder metals company. I got really involved …
This past week had an exciting start! My group for BUAD 301: Technical Entrepreneurship just presented a technology that we thought was feasible enough to use for a start up.
With such a diverse range of engineering majors to choose from, I’m going to give a quick run through of Chemical Engineering (CHE)!
It’s the year of the horse and while I may be away from family, USC has a bunch of activities that reel in the festivities of the lunar new year.
Spring semester has already kicked off to an exciting start! After a winter break packed with traveling, trying new foods and meeting old friends and family, I can’t wait to see what the next couple of months have in store.
Already into the first week of December, I can’t believe the fall semester is coming to an end. It honestly feels like I just landed in LAX with shorts and flip flops and I’m already getting ready to go back except this time with boots and a winter coat. Despite time feeling like it flew by, a few highlights come …
After a day full of turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie with ice cream, I decided to spend black Friday going on a hike at Chantry Flats then spend the day in Arcadia.
One of my favorite things to do back home during the holidays is to ice skate in Bryant Park, NYC; however, despite being in Los Angeles, that tradition doesn’t have to stop!
When I think back to what my friends and I do on breaks, the majority of the time we tend to be eating. And although LA is by far the home to a plethora of delicious restaurants,I have a few favorites.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner indicating the approach of the holiday season, I’m starting to feel a tinge of homesickness as I won’t be heading back to New Jersey until the middle of December. Although I love everyday here at USC, from classes to food to of course the weather, it’s occasionally hard to not be able to see …