Computer Science (Games), ’21
San Antonio, TX
Hey, welcome to my page!
I’m Zachary, a sophomore studying Computer Science with an emphasis in game development from San Antonio, Texas. On campus, I have a board position in VRSC, Viterbi’s Virtual/Augmented/Mixed Reality club. I am also a member of the Makers of Entertaining Games Association (MEGA), and a DJ at the student radio station! Next school year I will be working on a year long Augmented Reality project through USC’s Advanced Games Project program, building a rhythm game for the Mira AR headset with a team of artists, designers, and other engineers. On the weekends I love going to see live music around Los Angeles and going to the movies at LA Live with the people I live with!
Keep reading to find out what my #ViterbiLife is like!
Makers of Entertaining Games Association
KXSC Los Angeles
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My Major: Computer Science
How did I pick my major?
Computer Science (Games) seemed like an obvious choice for me! It’s a program that allows students to learn computer science in addition to pursuing games and entertainment, which was perfect for me!
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Favorite LA Spots
My Netflix Obsessions
Breaking Bad as a show was made so well. The characters and acting are amazing, and the story is insane! If you haven’t watched this show yet you need to!
This is my favorite comedy on TV out there. The ridiculous characters running a small pub in Philadelphia leads to more than you think, with consistently amazing writing and jokes.
Favorite USC Tradition
My favorite tradition is the lighting of the Coliseum’s Olympic torch during the fourth quarter of every football game. It’s exciting and helps keep the student section’s energy up!