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This is what a single looks like in the North North Freshman Residence Hall. FROM THE EDITOR As a domestic or international student, you ought to be concerned about living at University of Southern California. That’s why we’ve created a complete guide to University of Southern California housing and dorms, to help you figure out the best University of Southern California dorm for you. University of Southern California is a friendly and healthy community, and these video have everything you need to ensure you have an amazing time at University of Southern California. In this University of Southern California dorm tour, you get to experience what it is like living in the housing on campus and off campus. This dorm tour takes place in USC McCarthy Way, an on-campus dorm and residence hall. There are a variety of University of Southern California residence halls and University of Southern California housing options, and CampusReel hosts videos from a number of the best University of Southern California housing options. Usually, the housing options for freshman differ from housing options for upperclassman. What are the best University of Southern California freshman dorms? You can watch all of the University of Southern California dorm tours here to see for yourself and find a guide to University of Southern California dorms along with the above video. The University of Southern California housing and dormitory options for freshman residence halls include Birnkrant Residential College, Marks Tower, Marks Hall, New North Residential College, Pardee Tower, Trojan Hall, Fluor Tower, Parkside International Residence College, and many more. The university provides everything you need, including comfortable beds and large storage sections. University of Southern California housing in USC McCarthy Way on campus makes it easy for you to appreciate your time at the university while securing full use of the amenities. What could be more satisfying than having everything accessible at one housing facility? Access friends, living utilities and tons of amenities right when you need them. University of Southern California dorm rooms are spacious and consist of all the essential components you require to feel content, quite like how it is at home. Most rooms are decently sized and often have room for a refrigerator. University of Southern California dorm rooms are great just as they are though you can always give them a unique look with inspirational decorating ideas. In this University of Southern California dorm tour, you will get to see what it is like from the inside of a dorm room to provide you with a clear picture of what to expect. With distinct residence halls on campus with different styles, you are far away from being disappointed. This University of Southern California housing video tour is an amazing way to experience life on campus. So be prepared to make use of the accessible and affordable housing on-campus to compliment your stay at University of Southern California. Different room sizes and room types are available to accommodate different setups and needs. They include singles, double, three-person suites, and four-person suites. Spend your time among the robust residential community and benefit from the variety of living options for your peace of mind. Making University of Southern California dorms your home means making the most out of the University of Southern California campus life. So begin your journey with confidence and progress towards becoming self-directed individuals. University of Southern California housing on campus means relaxing in the height of comfort with eco-friendly and stylish room furniture. So come live the University of Southern California and use this University of Southern California dorm tour in USC McCarthy Way as your gateway to the glorious days ahead.
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Right across from the Galen Center (home to USC basketball and volleyball) and behind the beach volleyball team's court lies South Residential college. South is home to many first-year students whether they are freshman or transfer students. It is made up of three connected buildings (Marks Tower, Marks Hall, and Pardee Tower), as well as the building in the backyard, Trojan Hall. While new students have it rough at South Residential, New North Residential, and many of the older residential colleges without air conditioning, the bond RAs establish between floormates and buildings is really cool. Sometimes they schedule inside activities like crafting or pizza movie nights. Other times, they plan trips. We could grab Ramen, head to the movie theatre, or even explore some of L.A.'s nicest cafes and art galleries. These events are always free to us, even the subway transportation. Another cool thing about first year housing is that in some residential colleges, professors live downstairs with their families. That's right, kids are growing up knowing USC as their home and us students as their role models. Having Faculty in Residence reminds students that there is life outside of these gates. It can be so easy to get sucked into living as though we're only surrounded by people our age. Furthermore, this emphasizes that professors have lives of their own, and they are always accessible to us. The university really wants students to get to know faculty, so hikes, dinners, and all kinds of activities that integrate the two groups are commonplace at 'SC.

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Welcome to my humble abode!!
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Right across from the Galen Center (home to USC basketball and volleyball) and behind the beach volleyball team's court lies South Residential college. South is home to many first-year students whether they are freshman or transfer students. It is made up of three connected buildings (Marks Tower, Marks Hall, and Pardee Tower), as well as the building in the backyard, Trojan Hall. While new students have it rough at South Residential, New North Residential, and many of the older residential colleges without air conditioning, the bond RAs establish between floormates and buildings is really cool. Sometimes they schedule inside activities like crafting or pizza movie nights. Other times, they plan trips. We could grab Ramen, head to the movie theatre, or even explore some of L.A.'s nicest cafes and art galleries. These events are always free to us, even the subway transportation. Another cool thing about first year housing is that in some residential colleges, professors live downstairs with their families. That's right, kids are growing up knowing USC as their home and us students as their role models. Having Faculty in Residence reminds students that there is life outside of these gates. It can be so easy to get sucked into living as though we're only surrounded by people our age. Furthermore, this emphasizes that professors have lives of their own, and they are always accessible to us. The university really wants students to get to know faculty, so hikes, dinners, and all kinds of activities that integrate the two groups are commonplace at 'SC.

No, I am not. I'm not gonna lie to you guys, Not at all, because that kind of messed up. But USC is definitely known as a party school, and it definitely does live up to that expectation. Expect taste. But the thing is like, you don't have to go out and party a lot of people. Don't we do these cool things called like Cardinal and Gold events? You're free to students and one time I go to them all the time. But one time my favorite was when we went to David Busters and they rented out this room and we have this huge buffet. It was ridiculous, so nice. The food was so good. We got to play games for free. And we had this crazy, beautiful view of, Oh, I almost said Ohio Hollywood from our window And it was so nice where as for parties now, USC has all kinds of parties. They're like frat parties and house parties, outside parties, side parties. They got parties with live entertainment. They got parties and play a CD M. The party's a play like some Disney type of like remix. They dry, uh, parties play like throwbacks basically anything you can imagine that's here. If you want to go to a house party, they're not free. It's like five dollars to get in three. Sometimes if they're feeling good or it will be free sometimes if you get there before, like, ten, thirty years, something that nobody's ever gonna buy that you know, nobody goes out at ten thirty. I don't know. I didn't really know what to wear. When I came to USC, I thought like I could pull this off like this is never It's never this serious. If I was, I'd know. I kind of wish they had more like, you know, classy events to go to because I missed, like, the whole school bands. Thomas Fear still out here? Yeah, basically, the students here are definitely, like, work hard, play hard. So if you want to play our then Cardinal and God have fun there, come to a party or something, just go out and get involved in campus and make you should see me. Channel today is a very to university. I will be moving into my apartment at the University of Southern California up in Los Angeles, and, yeah, my apartment is not on campus, but it's right by campus. So this is technically not like a dorm moving but more of an apartment. That's gonna be a really tiring day. I have to drive up to L. A, which is only a two and 1/2 hour drive. But I have so much stuff to unload, and I'm just going to. Guys with Easy can experience what it's like to move into an apartment, So we're about halfway done moving in all my stuff. It's been really hectic. I'm just because a little exposure to the process just have my own little like sure, over here. Here's my bed. I actually forgot Pillow, so that's great Does So far my closets back here still need to go through that and finish organizing. But yeah, I put in my own shoe rack, so that's gonna be really helpful. And then my mom's in here doing the shower curtain, and then here's all my makeup and stuff. It's coming along but we still have quite a bit Thio. I'm gonna check back in when I'm Hi, everyone. So is the next day on DDE. It was just way too much work to finish everything yesterday. However, I think I'm pretty much done. I just have some more stuff to clean and I'm not sure how much more I'm gonna decorate, But I am pretty done for now. Had a really long day today. I actually had orientation, so I signed up for classes on DDE Do That whole shebang is a shebang, that word, but yeah, So I'm gonna show you guys my apartment. So far, Actually, all of my roommates are not here right now, and my roommate in my room hasn't moved in yet. She's gonna move in tomorrow. However, I'm just gonna show you guys what I have so far. Yeah, All right, so we're just gonna start with the door enter here, have this lovely trash can, and then this is just my kitchen. I put my little oven mitts here. Super interesting. This is my side. I just have my Nutribullet some seasoning. Salt, pepper, garlic powder, red chili pepper. You know what I mean? I have paper towels and then a toaster In here. I have some pants cups, plates, pulls everything in Nina pasta strainer. Just the basics down here. I have some more stuff for my Nutribullet, and then I also have some plastic ware and mason jars for storage. Then I have a dish rack. There's my sink, nothing special. And, um, some food. I just bought some almond milk. I only stuck to some staples just cause I'm probably gonna go home and a little bit because school doesn't start for, like a week and 1/2. But I got some earth balance margarine, some yogurt, pineapple salad. I have some leftover pasta, leftover pizza and then cheese, and I believe I bought some eggs. Yeah, some eggs down here. There's my Britta. That's really useful. Lastly, I bought some also I'II packets and some chicken tikka masala, so that's really it for that part. Next we come over here and I have my cabinet for some food again. Not too much stuff in here. I have some pasta, some pasta sauce, cereal, cereal bars, some chips and onion and then, just like a lunchbox hot sauce. Because you know I always need my hot sauce, and then I just have some, like, storage bags, you know, just stuff to cover up food or anything. It cook. I have some chip clips and then I have, like, instant carnation breakfast. I don't know if you guys have ever had these before, but they were a big part of my childhood. I love them so much. And then I also have immune raspberry just when I feel sick. So, yeah, that's probably about it for that, that we walk into my lovely room. This is my roommate side, and she hasn't moved in yet. Then we have my stuff. It looks busy, but I promise that I'm kind of organized. I'd like to think so. So I just have, like, my computer here. Some supplies. I have extra supplies in there. My perfume, some decorative things. Like candle, eh? What's called a mug. My jewelry, A rock lamp. Then I have this cute little poster picture thing and just some papers and glasses because I just have a lot of stuff to catch up on. I'm sorry that I have this cute little drawing that my friend drew me from Coachella from a few years ago. Love it so much. My lamp. It doesn't work very well in your new one. The house of my water bottle. Then I have my bed area. I'm really proud of my little photo wall that I put together a printed all my pictures at Walmart. Save some money, and then I have my laptop. I was actually watching some videos before filming this. I have a nice fuzzy blanket, some cute pillows, My mini Princeton. If you guys don't know, that's my dog's name, and it looks just like him. And then I just have a little storage box in the corner that just carry some stuff that I might want at night. Oh, also, I want to show you guys my planner, I'm really excited about this, and I've been trying to be very on top of my game this year, and I think the planner will help me do that. Then I have my printer. Nothing exciting. Some boulders or whatever you wanna call them. Uh, they just carry some school stuff that'll need. And then next we have my lovely Joerres. Um, they're not too organized. I need to go through them. But I have, like, t shirts in here. Then I have tank tops in here. I have pants in here. I don't even know if I can open it. Yeah, I have pants in here. It doesn't open very well. And then I have skirts and shorts in here, moving over here. I have this box of just like sweat pants and leggings. Casino Girl needs easy access to that. And then I have my underwear, bras and pajamas and guys, look at this lovely view I have. It's amazing. And then I just have some storage under my bed. Nothing special. My backpack and I actually went to the student store today, and I picked up some really cute year for the school year. Next I have my closet. There's just a lot of storage in here. I have my shoes, and then I just have all my hanging clothes and some sweatshirts, the luggage, some towels, a jacket. And then I also have some other jackets and accessories. Hang on this wall. You don't leave one hook for my roommate and she wants it. Not Then I'll probably just put another jacket there. I have this lovely wall near and lend. It's just my bathroom. And I have my shower here and then a mere my makeup to secure little stuff. There's also medicine, cabinet. I'm gonna just keep my, uh, you know, medications for when I'm sick or whatever Claritin, you know. And then I have some contacts down there. Nothing special. I just have some cleaning supplies under here and then last but not least, I have this little shelf that carries all my extra stuff. Like my curling iron blow dryer, sunscreen. Now polish remover, all the above. Just some normal stuff for toiletries, But yeah, that's about it. Our guys. So that is about it for this broom tour. I'm sorry. It wasn't very exciting, but I just want to show you guys what a university apartment looks like. It's nothing super special. It's definitely a lot bigger than a dorm. And I'm so thankful that I get to live in this space, but yeah, that's about it. You have any questions? Feel free to come below. Great. So this is the place over here is our common area. Sort of a couch or TV. We like to hang out here a lot and play board games on bin. Over here is our kitchen. We like to bacon cook a lot, so it's pretty big, which is nice. It can actually, um, facilitate all six of us on Ben. Let me show you in tow Are my room. Oh, I have a closet right here away, which is nice little, just a little walk in closet. And then this is my room. Just desk over here where they do a lot of work on and then dead. And then my dresser. He was, Uh Hey. Okay. Could you tell us a little bit about yourself? Okay, So I am a graduating senior This semester. I studied cognitive science, and the film is my minor. Summon both Dorn safe and S E A on DH worlds. Um, what's, uh what's academic climate like here at USC? I think that everyone takes their studies pretty seriously. It's definitely a lot of spirit at school. What people really focus on getting their work done, too. It's really cool. Yeah, And what's your favorite part about USC? I think my favorite part was when I came to USC, I was undecided, so I didn't know what I want to study, but I was able to take a bunch of classes in different schools, and I figured out my sophomore year what I was going to studies. Then I was able to finish in time for my senior year, which is great. But you still are able tto have flexibility and creativity and your skin Cool. And one last question. What's your least favorite part about USC? Uh, there's a little bit tricky to get advising, and so just you have to stand really on top. Of that in order to get the classes that you need S Oh, just a heads up that somethingto thanks So I have to clean my room. I figured we dio Q and a Who's Joyce has a lot of interesting things to say. So while yeah. So we're gonna ask them questions. Joyce? Yes? Can you introduce yourself? Okay. I'm Joyce Lee A. I'm a student at Marshall School of Business. Go snakes and, well, I'm from Pasadena. Sam, you know, area. So basically, Ella on thirteen miles north Peace. So you're going to say you were thirteen years old? I'm also certain that I'm a genius. Emotionally. She's thirteen years old. See why. Choice. Yes. Choice? Yes. Go home. Why did you choose us? See? Why did you choose to fight on Always. Okay, that's it. Honestly, I wanted to stay in the West Coast because, you know, I can't deal with weather. And it's also really nice to be kind of close to home in the sense that I could go home like once a month that I really needed to What made me choose you'll see if you feel it was private, gets more attention. I got half scholarships. We did. That was fun. We're here for us also, I you see that it does not have a business. They have busy Khan, but it's like, Yeah, yeah. What does that even mean? Another thing. Why should Our sweet is amazing. We have our own bathroom. True, we have cleaning people who come twice a week. You say that. See, I can't know. Honestly, we also take out our own trash. You don't have to, though. They come twice a week. But that's not like all the dorms. It's just here, right in the village. Just little. No. Only they don't do it in like Ilium and party. Don't do the only two. Oh, are they? So don't expect that. But you're an artist. It's really nice. It is Really. It's huge. They get people clean the backers and like New North and stuff like once a week, but no cleaner every day they cleaned. That makes much more sense, but no. Yeah, So we have people who can come clean our bathroom, and it's honestly, like, really nice cons of USC. So this is really specific to me, though. I live in this village, Yeah, and I'm a business major. So I have a lot of classes in Marshall. It's the exact opposite. Corner is kind of same for theater, like all of the buildings. Basically, the village honestly is in the It's a really far corner they don't like this is nice, but it's like I love it, but none of their like, no, The restaurant's dining dollars. My work load. I probably have an hour of homer meet hour and a half of homered each class for the week. How many socially know that that I had? I have four classes a semester, but I had five, but the fifth one was Ping pong. But like average. But now she's a beast. It painful? Yeah, I'm really good at Ping Pong now. So if anyone wants to hit me up, let's go with the pros, because honestly, Okay, lift seven Friends two. Two AM It's honestly really helpful. Like I probably if you look at my left history, use it like almost It's also how it's really smart because it's, like, safe, like it's like because we're not gonna lie USC, not the best area, but with bread you feel told these aid like I'm like it's like during, like, important times of night. Yeah, and then it's like sometimes, like it's not safe for you to walk home like distance rise or like the state you might be in. So it's like, super Qi. It's great and even, like for whole, something's like, if I have to go to like Parkside or somewhere else. Okay, well, that's like a choice Who's pop sides with really like a ten minute walk? Okay, but you could prove that, you know, I'm saying what advice I would give, so I would tell you to just like, slow down. You know, you've already done so I've already done everything. Like you can't do much. Yeah, you can't just be president of, like, multiple clubs like you're seeing. Like, Well, I started my senior year. Okay? What, We're most you, like, desperate like that. But you should have been starting by freshman year. Oh, my God. Have it. Don't freak him out. It's okay. Anyways, you've done everything you possibly could have already at this point, so just and have fun with us. Yeah, they don't like as C is. The only application I like was genuinely, like, like, enjoyed doing. I was like, I forgot about the deadline back in July because the theater deadline is December fifteen. So I was like, well, we had to do it earlier for right, which is the same, but I didn't know about that. And so I was just like, Oops. So I figured I just have fun. Yeah, And it worked out. And yeah, just for me. I knew the deadline by procrastinated and didn't have the day off. And, like, honestly, if I could, like, tell my oh, my gosh another Thank you, Ruby. I'm just giving you my thing that I would have I told myself I wish I was you. I wish I was like I wish. Yeah. So she wished that she learned how to talk before she came to call it. I shut her. Okay, you don't. But anyways, just like it's no big deal, like tryingto have fun with, I know it's super stressful. I'm not going. This was, like, such a stressful time of my life. I don't know where I was going to go. All. All I really knew was that like, I wanted to go to the East Coast and then all of a sudden, yes, he was like, Or you could come here, and then all the other schools were like, we don't want you to come here. And then I was rejected, Rejected from getting No, I did. I got rejected from, like, eight of the eleven schools I applied Tio. And then USC was, like, the only one that, like, loved me, you know? And that's because I was who I am. Like I just was myself. Ruby is cleaning her room right now. You can't see it. You will. It's super clean. Actually, I'm not gonna roast her. I'LL give you. You know what? Let's just give a little snippet, you know, but it's not so, no, this is her desk. Honestly, it's not that bad. Well, it's not the only reason. Then bad start laid, but it's fine. The only reason my positive today is because, uh, this thing I have so many books and I don't know, she reads, I don't know if you guys knew that, but rubies and intellectual I also just have lot of plays after reading a lot of plays. Hi. I'm is a follower tease, and I am a neuroscience major here at you receive Southern California and I'm a freshman. And I gotta say that USC has definitely just been a very good experience. You re in terms of money. When I wanted Dio biting people, I've definitely met like some of my best friends here. I see through you like the dorms and live in. Or my class is just finding out like different clothes, because there's a plethora of clubs on this campus that Taylor to like different people's needs and interests, which is really cool of something that really valuable. So I definitely like that. I definitely like also the size of costume to huge. Unless you're like a big lecture. Classes like files using like that tend to be big on. That's another thing to let some classes here are kind of tough. So unless you're like already pretty good at, like, bi or like Mad, like you know, those kind of difficult classes will definitely take a lot of time to, like, get used to like going to get help is something that I have to get used to climb that were done before. I guess, but overall, like if you if you manage your time wisely, in which I don't really go on time for like if you can and you'll also find a support system here on campus, I really think that us he has a lot to offer, and it really is that going to look one of my favorite places Oh, my God. I'm home. Yeah. So this is your typical dorm room at USC Will first your dorm room. Um, it has all the cool, like dorm amenities like drawers and stuff. Your little Dass cure bad, which could be lofted. Some of them are, like, randomly lofted. You have your fridge and freezer and all that cool stuff, and we have a microwave. Um, the one bad thing, though, is that we don't have a community kitchen. And the worst possible thing is that we don't have air conditioning and many of the freshmen dorms. So it's like, really sad. But another big thing is that every time you come in, no matter where you live, no matter what your urine, unless you're living an apartment, unless you're living in an apartment, you have to fingerprint scan in every time you come back to your dorm and it's annoying. But it's for your safety. And if you ever want to bring it gassed up that doesn't live here, then you have to check in any hour of the day or the night with one of the adults downstairs. So that's kind of weird, too, but it's definitely for your safety in my dorm. Specifically, you can see. Oh, wow. We have a good view of it. Voluble beach volleyball. And if you look over here, you'll see the Galen Center is right across the street, and I don't know what that weird building is. Hi, I'm Mitch, majoring in biophysics and my entering in Man. And what's the academic climate like for someone who's interested in biophysics? Interestingly, if you're interested in biophysics for Major in biophysics, the major is very small. Right now, there's only six of us in my graduating class. But in the physics department as a whole, I would say the economic climate is is very nice, generally very collaborative. There's a lot of support institutionally, so it's pretty. It's been pretty great. And why did you choose your C? I chose USC, actually, because of biophysics. Us is one of the few schools, at least on my list. And I was looking at that. Had a really a fairly robust biophysics program, and it's actually evolving. So that was nice, really. Biophysics was a big reason on and overall is a fit. As someone interested in physics, there's a lot going on. Uh, in the physics department is a lot of diversity. And when you can study on, the big factor is that I was coming from the East Coast and I really wanted, uh, California experience, and when I visited campus, I absolutely fell in love with it. I wanted to be here in Los Angeles and in So now guys, I want to show you the place where leave. I didn't leave at the dorms. Unfortunately, because the dumper by don'ts for people who all did themselves more self, it means Junior sent CS and grad students. They don't receive dorms on DH telephone off campus, a place which calls Lawrence. There is also another place which cause getaway at U C, which is also good. But I'll just loved Lorenza way more. It's a little bit far away. It's like fut means away from you. See, Bud, Lorenza prides shadows, which goes every fifteen years. So I find this pricking me like you'll never be late for the class. Just like the maxim flick. Fifteen years, if you will take the last bus. But for the rest, I just love this place. And now I will show you how it looks like. So this is the living room. Uh, this is my draw. His name is Jeffrey. Uh, hey, says the kitchen we have question ashamed. So we have to wash dishes which I just about because I hate cleaning my dishes. We have a laundry right in our room. So you know, like when I used to for the dress, I always had to go downstairs to clean something. But you have our own on DH Now this's one room. So, like, I believe in two bedrooms on DH. I share my room with my roommate. She's not here now. So this is my bad. This is bad, I think Should took your stuff to win back to her house on This is our pet. His name is Pumpkin, which we love. So, yeah, they're always pretty small, which I don't like you, but I think you just get used to and which I hate about. This is the closer. It's super small, like I'm a go, And for me, it's really hard. Just tow put on my dress is here. So that's why I like, I like How's my clothes? They're still in the boxes. My guys, which will fell in love for this place is the view. Just look at this. You Oh, yeah, I know it's super amazing. Like my first mom's here. I feel like I'm living in the five star hotel, so yeah, I think you allow this place as much as they do. There didn't work. Baby. There was like a discount on pie that I screamed. Thing was targeted. Is that why was piece of oils for me? How much sex thing? Pantry. Thank you. This is our already focused on this. My favorite thing sure doesn't used to have pamphlets, provisions and that someone got really I think he finally gave out the pamphlets for visions and voices. All right, this is easy. He said, and live here. Humans here shy like that. Let's go. So in the lops we get Hey! On your common room. You have some sinks to do. Things ready with Yes in that cabinet. Shells and such. Right, Well, then, that's your prayer coming off things no back on your desk and I have lots of laundry. There's a little closets, but we no. And they have direct sunlight, which we don't have That doesn't come with us. Um, there's Yeah, they have to brand the arms. We know. I think they put all sticky things on here and then the stairs or storage. And then you got to storage here. We drove there. The's closet chains, cool pants for those years was your snappy He says desk there's Isa. It's a mess. This is bad. Did you buy these things? Yeah, Those are from Target. It's called Outlaw trade. Laughter our needs. Interest photos charge in court. Yeah, Let's go back this way. They wanted details. Details? No, this But this is like, this is hard, but it's the court for So I bought a separate force. You put a cork in it, It's you put a cork port. But there's a court for Drake and it's you'll see our carport right? From their scores. Um, we're doing a dorm tour of New North. Turn our North new North dorm room. We have Starbucks, and this is a twin new Norris. My friend Olivia's room and we'll show what you want is clean, too. But here's what it is and its natural state. Olivia, get three hours of sleep. Once she has she just they're asleep. Just two mirrors closet. And is usually cleaner than this. Yeah, it's usually vastly cleaner than this, but this is just a good the only time I have. They're small. Here's a poster from A from the Coliseum. I can't. Okay. All right, so we just did a little bit of a dorm tour, so I wanted to talk about dorm life and sort of the housing situation's on campus. So I am not in the only freshman dorm that's in the village there a freshman that can live in the village that don't live in McCarthy. But it's pretty rare because most village housing is for upperclassmen. But yes, So there's the village. There's McCarthy honors, which is where we are right now. And then there's Nemirovsky Nemer. Name Nemeroff. And then there's six others. Yes, um, which usually go Teo, their apartment style. They usually goto sophomores and juniors. Um, what else? Greek life is a really big thing here. So if you're in a frat or some already usually end up living in the house. Um, and a lot of people live in apartments off campus. Once they had junior year. That's what I'm planning to dio. I think that's what most people plan to dio. It's just nicer because the housing is super nice here. It's super good, but it's also just fun to have a place of your own own. Hello, What else? So right now, me and my friends just applied for ilium, which is the honors Housing honors sophomore housing. So is anyone that was in McCarthy. This year can apply to be an Ilium next year, but there's a There's only three hundred spots and ilium and there's five hundred McCarthy. So you've to apply. So we haven't heard back yet. But fingers crossed, um, and if it doesn't work out, doesn't work out fine. But so I live in the village, And then there's Parkside Apartments there's Parkside Dorms are to humanity's international community as well. And then there's New North. I just probably our most infamous storm. Um, because I don't know it's It's one of the oldest and then Trojan Hall marks. Mark Mark Tower party, Flor floor. I can't say any of them, right? I don't know how. Flook floor, party party. And then there's a bunch of others to that air upperclassmen Corpse. Um, bye. We're gonna talk about those. Yeah. So Okay, basically, what you d'oh is You go, freshman, you're in a dorm. You have to be. And then software, you can live off campus. I almost did. And then I decided I didn't want to because I wanted to have some income first. But you can live off campus suffering if you want to. But you also guaranteed housing. And then junior year, you are placed hiring the lottery. But you don't have guaranteed housing. And on continue with senior year, they kind of like, you know, like get off campus. Um, and then I'd say that Sindoor Room essentials for me, definitely a fluffy blanket that even in California, has turned it into a big necessity. It's just it's just it's good, too, because it's good to have a space for you, Khun, because he, um and then a stapler. And what else? I think some bath mats and also cleaning supplies. It's they come and clean our dorm sometimes twice a week, they come clean our dorm, so we're really lucky. But there's always the occasional like you just have to do it yourself. So paper towels? Clorox, baby Windex. A duster. Not a duster duster. But you know what I mean. Um, just stuff to help me stay clean and organized. I'm I shouldn't be talking about staying clean and organized, but Here we are. Okay, um I think that's all I have to say about that. So this is This is my typical walk to class in the morning, and I live about twenty minutes away from class, just a few blocks north of US Main campus. Um, I'm the senior, and that's really common for seniors to live off campus. Really only freshmen and some sophomore in live on campus. It's pretty common to live north of campus. Teo. Um, some people like, think with, well and I live in a house with six other people, and that's really great for me. But a lot of other people have different housing options. There's off campus apartments. I'm in really big apartment complexes, small apartment complexes. Um, handsome people live in sorority houses and fraternity houses, so there's a lot of different options Now this is just a little bit of Quake like last minute advice. So welcome week and, like orientation, are basically times when they try and make the new students feel like they're really part of the Trojan family. But after that, you're kind of on your own. So, yeah, it's really important that I take the initiative to join things and make friends, because that's really how you're gonna have fun at USC. Try foods like there's a lot of different foods here in L. A. I had a psych evals my first week and I had full, but I've never been happier. Thank you. I guess, like another big going is, this is not a peace sign. It's your victory sign fight Usually my boarding. Her team looks just like this for a good length. Twenty minutes. And then I realized that I have two minutes to be a class across campus, and then I put on the same sweatpants that I wore the day before. All right? Today is not one of those days because I'm up double ready, and you're going to see the girl's behalf. For whom? Graham, a shower caddy. Oh, my shower, she moved. Or Yeah. This's a bathroom. Typical bathroom. It's a lot of cool windows in here. Shower. Everybody wants the big shower. This is a definitely where shower shoes. I'm telling you, it could get pretty dirty. Hi, My name is Valeri Ortiz, and I am impression studying international relations with a minor Latin American studies here at the University of Southern California. I can honestly say that, you see, has been was the best decisions I've made in my life. I come from a small town in Arizona. One of the big reasons like you here because of it's body here in Los Angeles was obviously is that a big and metropolitan space is all This is the headquarters to so many things that are happening just around the world. Well, regardless of what industry that you're in with the cinema medicine, etcetera, there's something for everybody in Los Angeles, he and at USC as well. In terms of the student body like this, I've met so many great people, which is also a grace, a good thing about being here at USC and big such a globalized city. Year like university is willing to meet people from all different kinds of places around the globe. I have a friend from Italy have a friend from Duras have friends from all over the fifty states of something. So if you're looking out, expand your horizons Docs Hi. There I am Sonali and, uh, welcome to USC. I'm just walking to class in the morning, and I thought that I'd bring you along. Um, I'm from Irvine, which is an hour south of Los Angeles. Um, and I'm in the price school, public policy study, policy playing development, which is a major that doesn't exist anymore. But it's amazing. And I'm really glad to show you around campus today. So I really wanted to bring you guys to the USC village. The newest development. It's sort of this big amalgamation of all these dorms and reach Hill right off of campus, and it sort of becomes a new hangout spot. So let me show you around. And Madeleine ad for l told my grabs. I painted that picture. We got that in Santa Monica together and everybody Madeline Christine enjoys golden girls with forty one or two gold Go! Don't even think choices. Everyone else is gone. Here are here's our detailed room. All right. I'm not going to say it's clean. I'm gonna say it's a little bit of a hot mess. Okay, here we go. Just this is a poster, my friend. Not from doing a press junket for Mary Poppins returns. We have women. Well, Miranda saying, Have a good day at school, kids. Thanks, Lynn. Here's a bobble head we got for our McCarthy retreat that we went on his neighbor's rich hill. We call him Dick Mountain. This is the visions and voices calendar for all of the events that they have going on. I'm going to this one evening with Isabella Rosellini. Madeline circled something She wants to go to fire Rescue dogs. Calendars. This is my sketch group Suspenders. There I am is not focused. There were some coupons we found. This is like a discount ticket. These air some stickers, temporary tattoos, stickers, Downey, the sticker coupons, stickers, a rain jacket. This is a card that my friends got me for my first improv show. Put it up because I'm sentimental like that. An ad for Los Angeles Community impact recruitment. Three different condoms with holes in them. The U. S evil is twenty eighteen twenty nineteen signature events, so don't. No, I haven't even been able to get into a Tuesday tea, so that sucks. And this was a counter got turned into nothing but This is Jason Matalin's room. So we'll do a more detailed version in my Oh, my God. I thought twice was asleep. Hide your eyes. I hope they're okay with this, but that's Madeline side. She's a dancer. Those air all her damn team forward homes. And this window, Joyce aside, she brought her own little closet and dress. Has a lot of shoes, A lot of shit. Enjoy. So, you know, out of rice, this is our vacuum and bags for free. That, like anyone, can take if they want them. And more visions and voices, calendars. And this thing which I'm I brought thinking it will be really cute. And this is what we've done. So you broke it, and then this No, going into my room. I'm just gonna profits nous with it's messy because I have so many books because I'm an intellectual. Yeah, Cover. They're make the bed. Okay, well, all right. There's Andrea. This is my roommate. Side time. Okay, This is my incredibly messy desk. I'm sorry about it, but yeah. So let's see Some highlights of this desk include. Come on, a stapler ofyou directly into the other people on this floor's rooms, which is really an l really like not not happy with that, but it's fine. Um, tea. My plant scrunch, ese. A lamp emergency. Because you can hear I'm getting a little bit sick. Andrea again. Here's our closet space. So this is Christine's. And then this is mine and some string lights that never really got up. Um, usable bags, sweaters, my camping's and ski. My camping and ski gear is up here, and then we have just some like boxes and reusable bags. My purse, my laundry and my guitar. Hey, girl, come on, thirty Now let's clean. That's clean laundry. Here's my back. Here's my movie poster. A hundred movies, Bucket list. It's a scratch. This is a poster that Andrew and I have we bought together B. What museum fancy one. I don't know if I learned how to edit all type, it ends. Yeah, they took us for free. There's my mandolin with next. Um, I got a little thing here. I'm in the process of reorganizing right now, so it's a little bit. That's also why it's messy. So this little thing here where I put my shoes and books from last semester and then in here, I have some finders, and I also put my sandals and my sneakers, and then we have drawers. This is my sock drawer and my exercise clothes. And these are my the's air machines. That was a lovely sound, because the only pants we wear jeans and then the that's intimate and then that's just sweat pants and stuff like that. What else is in here? Would you say there's a decent amount of storage? Not for me, because I'm about organizing, but, yeah, I bought this little anything which has stuff, like hanging out of it. Okay? It's just it's because I got dressed in a hurry today, so I bought this from Target for twenty dollars, and I think that was really a good investment. Here's your fridge. I don't think I have anything in it right now. No, I do. I peanut butter and hot us. Nice. Oh, my God. Kombucha. I forgot about that. Yeah. Do you want some? Later. And then our freezer where there's just some food microwave we trying to do? We tried to toast English muffins in the microwave yesterday, but it doesn't work. Here's the bathroom. So you got two lights and it's on a timer, which is nice. Sort of just turn off if you said in the toilet for two. Um, seriously, coroner just goes, How long are your showers? Well, I don't think they were that long. How long does it take for a time? Like twenty minutes taking a nice home? Say, here's all our toilet paper that we recorded. There's a toilet, There's our towels. This is our ship. Oops. This is our stuff. Excuse me. Whoa. This's our medicine cabinet. So this is my shelf. And then that's Christine's in Christine's and mine. And then everything just sort of migrates down. As you can see. Uh, hi. Looks like I'm a mustache because of what's on the sink on the mirror? Um, yeah, it's good. Good water pressure. All about that. And it's a tub, too, which is really nice. I've been taking it back, man. One takes a lot of ass. And in essence, like magnetic, too. On. Oh, I thought it was, but maybe sign that's great. This is our cabinet. Just like Andrew. He says so, yeah, we can see who has more stuff. Well, I'm a theater major, so I'm going to get myself a pass, because half of that is Show me a cup. So it's fine and yeah, is over. And we have two different locks. So there's a lock on that door. And then there's a lock on this door. So you need, like, Mikey specifically to get in. And then here's the closet so they don't give us like hanging rods. But we have our suitcases in here. We have two boxes of cutlery, and then we have some games. Anderson, random stuff. Joyce keeps her inner mattresses and just burn it. Joyce keeps her air mattresses in there, and, um There she is. Maybe we'll insert a video once. I've put it back together, but she's cute. I like it. I just wish we had some light. Okay. I guess we should sign off for now. What do you think, Andrea? Sounds like a plan, Okay. Olivia. Hi s o. Could you introduce yourself? Yes. I'm Olivia. I'm a current senior at USC. I'm studying human biology on I'm pre physical therapy. Yeah. What's the first question? What are the students like us? I would say the students at USC weave a pretty diverse student body regarding Greek life. It is pretty prominent here, but I'm not in Greek life theirs. By no means do you have to join? You have a social life. It's really fun here. Yeah. And why do you choose your C? I chose USC for the great athletic program. Football season is really fun here. And there's a lot of other great athletic events He can go. Teo. Also, Los Angeles is an amazing city. There's so much to do all the time. You never get bored. Cool. Thanks. As I mentioned earlier. I live a couple blocks north of campus in a house. I live with five other people. We all have our own, um, bedrooms. There are two bathrooms and one kitchen on a common area. So let me to show you a little bit,