Well this is it, the last fall semester of my undergraduate career. Coming off of the great summer I had, it feels so different to be back at school instead of working, but it’s great to see all of my friends again. School got off to a real fast start with rush and the first football game in the first week, and now I’m getting ready to go up to Stanford and get some revenge for the football game 2 years ago… I love the Weekender (the road game in the Bay every year) because of how many USC people head on up North to go to the game. It always looks like an army of Trojans has invaded someone’s campus and it’s a lot of fun to be a part of.


My last first gameday. Beat the Bulldogs (and we did)

After spending the summer in New York, now that I’m back in LA I’m trying to spend my last year getting as much out of LA as I can. I’ve been going out to as many restaurants as I can, playing golf as much as I can (it’s always sunny here!) and enjoying the perfect SoCal weather.


A very photogenic cat

It was also great to get a chance to go home at the end of the summer and see my family, as I was only able to get back for 10 days at the end of the summer. In reality, I spent the entire trip playing golf and taking pictures of our cat (see below), but it was nice to get a quick vacation and to see the island before going back to school.

My favorite spot in LA...the driving range

My favorite spot in LA…the driving range

I’m also taking advantage of USC’s flexible course registration system, which allows you to change classes until the third week, as I am still changing up my schedule. It’s not a year at USC if I don’t change my academic planning.

It’s crazy to think that I only have one more year at USC, but I’m excited to see how much fun I can have and how much I can make out of this last year in college. It has been quite the journey here so far and I can’t wait to see it through to the end.

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