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In most schemas of entrepreneurship, the prototypical representation of a college entrepreneur commonly entails an individual that has a business degree or an engineering degree. Of course, one must consider that prototypes, average representations of the “typical”, do not account for all cases. In mind and literal self, I am undoubtedly a Dornsife student, without [...]

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On March 7, I had the opportunity to participate in USC Spirits in Action! Spirits in Action is an annual event that takes place on McCarthy Quad. Children of all ages with special needs and their families come to USC to participate in fun activities. This includes anything from making arts and crafts, to shooting soccer [...]

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Today, I am a proud Trojan. A year ago, however, I was a prospective student, checking out USC through its Explore USC program. I still remember those two days quite well. Loving the campus, having every possible question answered, meeting awesome people — the school spirit and extensive sense of involvement of USC were crystal [...]

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I’m one of those people whose e-mail inboxes fill up ridiculously quickly. No, I’m not extremely popular; I just happen to wind up on every newsletter mailing list ever. And I must admit, I tend to regard most school-related newsletters, including the USC Hillel “News for Jews,” as one more unread message to skim as [...]

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At the convocation at the beginning of the year, our USG class president gave us some excellent advice: “For all those living in dorms, keep your doors open.” This advice has proven to be so true. I live in New/North, which is a dorm located right nextto McCarthy Quad. With all the open doors, I [...]

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My family lives abroad in Beijing, China, so going home to see them for a five-day Thanksgiving break is a little difficult. I thought I would spend Thanksgiving dinner alone in my dorm room eating microwaved turkey and mashed potatoes. Instead, I got an invitation from President C.L. Max Nikias to sit at his table [...]

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As a kid growing up, I always took an interest in all things science-related. I couldn’t wait for the annual science fair to happen at my school. I always wanted to have the best experiment. I did the all-time favorite experiment using a paper mache volcano with vinegar and baking soda. My friends thought it [...]

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So why USC? Let me ask you, when was the last time you got to see Michelle Kwan stand in front of you and tell you her life story? That was two weeks ago. When was the last time you got to see a free Iggy concert 100 meters away from your dorm? Two moths [...]

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This semester I decided to start playing club lacrosse. We just got back from two weekends in a row of travel. For the first weekend, we drove up to play Berkeley on Saturday, then Cal Poly on Sunday. Though I ended up spending 15 hours in a car, it was so much fun to get [...]

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This semester, I had the rewarding experience of being in a class called POSC 395. This political science course allows students to have internships in various politically related fields. In addition to the internship, POSC 395 requires students to attend two of the many political events held on campus throughout the semester. Political events can cover [...]

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