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What does LA Memorial Coliseum look like?

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What other buildings are at University of Southern California (USC) besides LA Memorial Coliseum?

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What are the typical hours, and visiting hours, of LA Memorial Coliseum?

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Is LA Memorial Coliseum Nice? How beautiful is it?

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Sports and greek life!
Ruby Marker
This chit chat is about the sports culture on campus (focused mostly on football) as well as the Greek system which is such a big part of USC's identity. FROM THE EDITOR: Being the social creatures that we are, social life is one of the most critical factors that contribute towards our physical and mental well being in college. You are probably asking yourself, “What is the University of Southern California social life like?”, “Will I fit in at University of Southern California?”, “What are the University of Southern California stereotypes?” and “Does USC have greek life?” University of Southern California social life is vast and varied, and will transform your social capabilities while growing your relationships with the people in your surroundings. Will you fit in at University of Southern California? You should have a better idea of University of Southern California culture after watching these videos! USC campus life, USC Greek life, and USC social life is fun and exciting for students from all walks of life. In this University of Southern California social life video, you will get to hear about what it is like living on campus, how the sports culture affects the USC experience, whether or not Greek life matters, and how to survive the social scene. College social life can significantly grow your soft-skills and social capabilities, and often is considered one of the most important elements of the college experience. Social life at University of Southern California can empower you to accomplish your goals. There are a lot of activities to be a part of when you get a break from work. Watch this University of Southern California social life video to get a gist of it. The social life videos on CampusReel strive to address greek life at University of Southern California, night life at University of Southern California, the University of Southern California social scene, University of Southern California stereotypes, on-campus and off-campus life differences, and the party culture at University of Southern California. Face-to-face interactions are more important than social media, and University of Southern California campus life is full of that. Find more natural ways to socialize, without having to go out clubbing every night, and build your social circle. University of Southern California social life is packed with enthusiastic people of all ages and demographics. Developing a substantial social presence is an integral part of your stay at USC. USC campus life helps you accomplish your social goals involving opportunities to understand different cultures and overall improve your communication skills drastically. University of Southern California social life is perfect for both shy and outgoing personalities, and you’ll find that you will increase personal communication skills by spending more time with your peers, outside of the classrooms. Watch the University of Southern California social life video to learn everything you need to know about its culture and ambiance. And if you are interested in watching similar videos then bookmark this page to visit again for more exciting clips from inside of the campus.
Welcome to my humble abode!!
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.