The Best of LA for Out-of-State Students: Downtown, Hollywood, Santa Monica, and More!

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Hey guys! I hope everything is going well. This week has been relatively calm for me – just an essay due tomorrow for one of my General Education courses called Cultures of Latin America, and preparation for a major presentation next week. Oh, and preparation for the football game against Stanford this weekend! I can’t wait – hopefully it’s a …

This Week’s Agenda: VINE, Viterbi Career Expo, SWE FEWI, Game Day & Music Festival!

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Midterm season is in full swing. Starbucks is packed, every outlet in the library is taken, and my backpack is getting heavier. After surviving my three midterms last week in design of steel structures, theory of structures, and fluid mechanics, there is a lot that I am looking forward to this coming week, and not a single midterm in sight!  …

Family First

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Freshman year was easily one of the most exciting years of my life. However, it was also the longest time I’ve ever spent away from my family.  Living 2,000 miles away from our home in Chicago, I only got to see them over a few major holidays.  My two brothers, Aaron and Elliott, have always been my best friends and …

Almost Summertime!

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Hi everyone! Well, today was the last day of classes…I can’t believe how fast this semester went! I still feel like I just got back from winter break! Anyway. These last couple of weeks I’ve been saying goodbye to all my friends who are seniors. It’s really hard to say goodbye to so many good friends. But on the bright …

My Advice to Freshmen: Skeptical? Try it anyway.

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Since I’m just finishing my freshman year here at USC, I’m really not much older or wiser than those of you planning to start college next year. Instead of strictly giving you advice, I’m going to tell you about the events and activities that have had the largest positive impact on my freshman year so that hopefully you get a …

Childhood Dream…N*S*Y*N*C comes to USC Tri-Delta!!

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So every Monday night, all the sororities and fraternities hold a nice dinner at their house called Monday Night Dinner. For these dinners both the girls and guys dress up and sit in their respective houses and have dinner all together. What usually happens during these dinners (besides eating amazing food) is that each sorority or fraternity house get announcements from local companies or USC organizations. …

Homecoming Shenanigans!

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So this weekend is the homecoming game vs. Arizona State and in preparation for the weekend there have been all sorts of activities! On Monday night, there was a celebration in McCarthy Quad called “Anything Goes.” There were several teams from different student organizations, and each of them had to compete in various activities. I wasn’t actually there, but I …

A little bit of Texas in LA

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For those times when I’m feeling homesick for the smell of BBQ, the assumption that you want your tea sweet, the southern manners and yes ma’ams, the boots on game day, the obsession with all Texas sports teams, the love of queso, the unrealistically large portions, and general home-bodied nature of my friends in Texas… I have found a few …

Institute of Industrial Engineers

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Hey everyone, This week, I’m going to talk a little about my involvement with the USC chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE). This is on my mind this week, because they recently got a twitter and I started following them. IIE hosts a variety of different activities for its members throughout the school year. These activities are social, …

Women in Engineering

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When I first started considering engineering, I remember a few different people being surprised at my choice, remarking that there weren’t too many female engineers. Although this seemed like a big deal to those people while they were telling me, I didn’t think much about it. To me it seemed like just another stereotype — probably based on past truths, …