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February 9, 2015

STUDENT BLOG: So You Want To Go Greek?

KeavyPost2 Academics, internships, athletic teams, performance groups, research, student organizations, and leadership groups–all have one glaring commonality, they create communities. Within the larger USC student body, we’re all given opportunities to meet and network with students beyond our majors, minors, and areas of academic interest. I’ve done this through Trojan Vision and the Admission Center, but surprisingly I found yet another community when I chose to join the Greek Community.

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November 3, 2014

STUDENT BLOG: Who Are You Beyond Your GPA?

In high school everything I did had one purpose: get into my dream university. I studied for those (fun?) standardized tests with flash cards, tutors, and my personal favorite: the SAT for Dummies board game. If there was a volunteer event to build houses or clean local rivers: I was there. I didn’t know how to say “No” I just knew yes because to me, at that time, I thought I believed I was combination of a test score and a GPA.

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