My Top Five Favorite Study Spots On Campus

Alexandra Rennie Alex, Alexandra, Students, Study, Uncategorized, Viterbi Class, Viterbi Life Leave a Comment

The college hustle and bustle makes it SUPER hard to study without having any distractions. As an engineer, I always find myself studying and doing homework; therefore, having good study spots have been crucial to my success here at USC. With that being said, here are my top five favorite spots to study on campus! Sometimes when the downstairs courtyard …

My Last Spring Break

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This Spring Break was a much needed break from an action-packed set of weeks preceding it. The week right before Spring Recess was filled with activities, both social and academic. It consisted of two big midterms, both worth over 25% of my overall grade. In addition, I also had an individual assignment due for my Master’s class “Competitive Advantage Through …

New Semester, New Study Spaces

Audrey Roberts Aerospace and Mechanical, Major, Study, Viterbi Class, Viterbi Life Leave a Comment

By the end of the last finals week, I found that I had spent a little ~too~ much time in RTH (Ronald Tutor Hall, the hub of Viterbi). I had everything from class to lab work to meetings in this building, and I frequented RTH Café as my study space. While there are many redeeming qualities of RTH, I decided …

Surviving Midterm Season

Luz Camacho Computer Science, Luz, Uncategorized, Viterbi Class, Women In Engineering Leave a Comment

The month of October marks a half point for the fall semester and the beginning of one of the most dreaded times for any college student: midterm season. For an engineering students in particular it can be stressful time since that usually involves reviewing massive amounts of material while the regular beats of student life, like assignments, clubs, and classes, …

CSCI 104: Is It Really That Bad?

Will DuCharme Computer Science, Major, Study, Uncategorized, Viterbi Class, Will Leave a Comment

If you’re a computer science student, you’re bound to have heard of the infamous CSCI 104: Data Structures and Algorithms class. And when hearing about this class, I’m sure you’ve often heard it related to ‘free-time killing’ and ‘life ruining’, but is it really that difficult? Going into my second semester at USC, I was quite nervous. Throughout my first …