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Student Spotlight: Corinna Jiang, MPA 2015

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1. What is your current internship? I am currently working on the Jim McDonnell for Los Angeles County Sheriff Campaign. As one of the original members of the campaign team, I have been fortunate to play a key role in … Continue reading

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Price Undergraduate Student Experience in the Detroit Lab

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Our Undergraduate Policy, Planning and Development studio class had the opportunity to gain a first hand experience of a postindustrial city by visiting Detroit, Michigan. The main purpose of coming to Detroit was to meet with Detroit Future City (DFC), … Continue reading

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Masters of Planning Students Consulting in Beijing for the Summer

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What could have been a normal summer for 2nd year Masters of Planning students Roger Pardo, David Weissglass, and myself, Patrick Martinez, has turned out to be the exact opposite. After traveling halfway around the world, I found myself in … Continue reading

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Exploring Cultural Gems in Los Angeles

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As a city of many diverse cultures and customs, Los Angeles has countless attractions to offer. Even though I have lived in this area my entire life, I am still discovering new cultural gems every day. However, there have been … Continue reading

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Suggested Tips from a Price Ambassador

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Moving to Los Angeles, the City of Angels! Some daunting things can happen moving from one coast to another. Things you worry about include housing, roommates, transportation, furnishings, and more! I made the move from Florida to Los Angeles with … Continue reading

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Taking a Big Leap from New York to Los Angeles

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I moved back to Los Angeles for graduate school after four years in New York City, and there were a few things that were a big adjustment for me. Driving everywhere was a big change after having a lifestyle built … Continue reading

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Growing up and Staying in Los Angeles

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Los Angeles is my hometown and I am proud of all the ways it is growing and evolving. I’m constantly finding new places to explore and discover. One part of Los Angeles that has been particularly fun to watch evolve … Continue reading

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Finding a New Home in Los Angeles

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When I first moved to Los Angeles from Atlanta, I knew it was going to be a major transition, but also a great learning experience. As an urban planning student, I knew that living in Los Angeles would in itself … Continue reading

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Say “Yes” to New Experiences

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When I was an undergraduate student, one of the best pieces of advice that I have ever received from a guest speaker in one of my classes was to say “yes” to new experiences. One of the caveats from her … Continue reading

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Have a plan!

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One of the best pieces of advice that I was given prior to applying and attending graduate school was to make sure I had a plan.  Education is extremely important and the process of learning can be exciting and fulfilling, … Continue reading

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