Spring Semester Review & Summer Plans

juliana-2016 Juliana, Viterbi Life 0 Comments

Hey all,

Hard to believe it’s already the last week of the semester, and my last blog of the year. This semester flew by! I love fall semester because of football season, but I always like the calmness of spring semester too. I feel like spring semester moves along much more quickly. I also think that people are generally even more cheerful in the spring.

Overall, this semester was amazing. Probably even my favorite semester at USC so far. I guess that’s how it’s supposed to work though: each semester is better than the previous one.

Just to give you a recap, here were some of the highlights of this semester:

  • Attending the Stamps Scholar National Convention (SSNC15) in Atlanta, Georgia
  • Seeing Wicked for the first time with the Trojan Scholars Society
  • Going to Six Flags for the first time
  • Our awesome VSA retreat at Disneyland
  • Showing one of my best friends from high school around when she came to visit for the weekend
  • Going to Viterbi Ball for the first time
  • Signing a lease on the coolest house for next academic year
  • Seeing Portugal. The Man perform at Springfest
  • Taking some really great classes including a yoga class
  • Working on some really neat group projects in a variety of different classes

Here are some of my favorite memories from this semester in photos:

Plus, I got an internship with PwC for this summer!

That’s right – I haven’t blogged about this yet, but I’m so excited to officially announce that I will be interning as a technology advisory consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers this summer in San Francisco! I couldn’t be more excited about this amazing opportunity. It’s pretty much my dream summer internship, so needless to say I’m really excited to get started.

Well that’s all for this semester. Have a wonderful summer!

Juliana

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