Monthly Archives: August 2016
The “Trojan Family”, “Lifelong and Worldwide, and “Fight On!” are just some of the staple phrases any USC Trojan may have heard. With these phrases in mind, I experienced them all when I participated as a featured panelist for the incoming Price undergraduate DTLA Walking Tour.
I recounted my story to the students by sharing my background as a 2014 Bachelor of Science Policy, Planning, and Development (PPD) and Architecture minor graduate. I was candid to say that I didn’t enter USC’s PPD program right away but began as an aspiring architect. I challenged the students to reflect on why they’re in school and if this were the right program….
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