Networking (with your Friends!)

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One thing I’ve learned since being in college is that while networking with corporate representatives is important, making connections with your peers and the people you work with in school is crucial. The Trojan Family is definitely a real thing and I’ve encountered Trojan alums throughout the recruiting process (and in all 3 of my internships). Daisy!! Besides the value …

Keeping It All Balanced

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So I am a few short hours away from #SpringBreak2017 and I have officially decided that this has been the most stress-free semester I’ve ever had. After much trial and error, I think I have figured out how exactly to structure your semester so that you have minimum stress and maximum fun. Keeping academics, extracurriculars, and your social life is difficult …

So what exactly is Environmental Engineering?

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I am now in week 4 (i think?) of my sixth semester at USC and time and time again I always find myself answering the question, “So what exactly is Environmental Engineering?” Well the answer to that is kind of complex and simple at the same time, so I’ll break it down for you here. I’ll start by rewinding a few …

#tbt to the #ViterbiLive Chat

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hello hello hello again! It’s the middle of November and for some reason, it’s still 80 and sunny in LA. I’m getting ready to head home for a few days next week to celebrate Thanksgiving (and Black Friday lol) with my family and friends, but I’ll be back Saturday to watch the very last home game of the season against …

Why USC Was the One for Me

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I remember two years ago when I had to make the most difficult decision of my life: where to commit for college. Not only was I looking at various scholarships and different financial aid packages, but I was also looking at different cities, different engineering programs, and ultimately different paths for my life. My parents and friends all had their …