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Yes, that is a Jesse McCartney reference. I was fortunate enough to be chosen as one of the 40 college students that the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) and the Korea Foundation sent on an all-expenses paid trip to Seoul, South Korea. The program is called the “CIEE South Korea Scholarship Program”, and this [...]

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Community Service. What does that mean to people? I have always felt that many people think of it as just a requirement for college or for a resume. There are very few people have I volunteered with who I think really appreciate or enjoy this type of work. My most recent great community service project [...]

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Hello World, Yes, I know. I’ve been neglecting the blogging life for quite awhile, but here I am again! I wanted to tell you all about the amazing organization I’m part of here at USC. It’s called Global Medical Brigades. To be honest, here at USC we have all the branches of the global brigades; [...]

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One of the things I have looked forward to the most about college is the opportunity to study abroad. I started my investigation freshman year at the Study Abroad Fair, picking up pamphlets and talking with former program participants. There are so many different programs to choose from that when it came time for me [...]

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