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Monthly Archive for October, 2011

New Beginning

Hi everyone! My name is Saro and I am a freshman here at USC Dornsife. I am majoring in biological sciences and planning on minoring in either Spanish or Religious Studies.  I come from a suburb called Glendale, just half an hour north of USC. I live in Marks Tower (WOOT Southside Swag) and have [...]

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… Actually, Sandra Bullock is the only one who can call me that! Hola, me llamo James! Hi, my name is James! In case you care, I am a freshman (WOOT 1st years!) majoring in Political Science. I was born in Chicago, IL but I graduated from a high school called Interstate 35 which is [...]

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Greetings World! Adam Feisst here, a freshman majoring in International Relations (Global Business) and Political Science! I’m from the far away land of ice and cheese – specifically, the town of Eau Claire, Wisconsin! With the chilly fall weather approaching back home, I can honestly say I’m enjoying the sunny southern California weather here in [...]

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As a girl raised in Maryland, I never imagined that one day I’d be living in Los Angeles, California. To most people born and raised in my town, California is just a dream, some sort of magical place where it is always sunny and glamorous, the beach is always a short trip away, and the [...]

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I’m Carnissa, and my first two months at USC has increased my love for this place!  I’m a freshman from Seattle majoring in Philosophy, Politics & Law major, hopefully minoring in Spanish and International Relations.  And of course, I am a Dornsife Ambassador – that’s why you’re able to read my lovely blog on life! I currently live [...]

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My name is Vijeta Tandon and I’m a freshman majoring in Economics. I’m originally from Cupertino, California (Home of Apple!) so it’s been a change getting used to life in Southern California–but going to school at USC has been an amazing experience. Even though it has only been around two months of school, I already [...]

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