If you’ve been to the major places on USC's campus such as the Russell House bookstore, Thomas Cooper Library or near the Humanities buildings, chances are you have likely come across a Starbucks.
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I recently gave into my friends’ demands to download TikTok, an app that may seem very similar to a deceased and beloved app: Vine. I quickly became obsessed with the app and have spent way too much of my time watching short clips of various topics and types.
An issue generating lots of complaints at USC is parking. It’s a problem that affects a majority of the student body here in one way or another, the main issues being distance, price and availability.
It's hard to resist the unexplainable and uncontrollable urge to take a BuzzFeed quiz to find out what kind of sandwich you are. In fact, in the middle of researching for this article I found out that I am, without a doubt, a hamburger with lettuce for buns.
Walking around USC's campus can be a beautiful and peaceful experience for students walking to class, a college tour or just a leisurely stroll. On most days it can be quite enjoyable to walk down Greene Street, the Horseshoe, the Pickens Street bridge and anywhere else your heart desires. However, on some days there are spots that should be avoided.
In a time where everything happens instantly, it is important that people are able to manage their time and get through tasks as quickly as possible. That is why many people, including myself, prefer to watch a TV series instead of reading a book or watching a movie.