Monthly Archives: December 2011
This time last year, I was probably hovering outside my door, anxiously staring at the mailbox in the hopes finding a package – not a Christmas present from a friend or family member, but a thick admissions package from a … Continue reading
This holiday season, as I reflect on the semester that just passed, I can’t help but think of the endless opportunities available to me as a USC student. I am constantly bombarded with e-mails about seminars, conferences and events which … Continue reading
The Price Student Experience Blog is starting a new series of posts spotlighting our beloved alumni! Read more to see what Joy Kwong, a 2011 Master of Planning graduate has to say about the program, how it has helped her in her current position, and her advice for prospective and current students.
As the USC-UCLA football game approached, Trojan pride was at an all-time high. While not eligible for a bowl game this year due to NCAA sanctions, USC played like champions against Oregon, beating them 38-35 in Eugene. Leading up to the USC-UCLA game, students showed off the cardinal and gold more than usual. On campus, there was the “Conquest” celebration, a night of good food, fireworks, and even a Ferris wheel in the McCarthy Quad.
This semester I was co-director of Industry Night for the Marshall Net Impact Club, which is a club associated with the USC Marshall School of Business that focuses on corporate and social responsibility, sustainability, and other areas of social impact. … Continue reading