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New Blog for College Students at the University of Southern California

IHaveClass announces a new blog for college students in California, and they are especially gearing the site to students at the University of Southern California as a means to exchange information, both for classes and for fun!

 
PRLog - Aug. 30, 2010 - BENSONVILLE, Ill. -- The University of Southern California has a new source for students to share jokes, check out information about the school, and to get together with other students in their classes.  IHaveClass is a newly designed blog for college students in California and it was created as the ultimate one stop shopping venue for all things Trojan. IHaveClass (http://www.IHaveClass.com) is an information-packed, easily digestible slice of the California collegiate lifestyle is rapidly becoming the neuro food of choice for those who are college bound.

This week's insightful content includes an overview of USC's demographics, key campus buildings and a  historical perspective of  USC charting its rise to the top of  national medical research campuses in the disciplines of neuro science, cancer, gene therapy, and transplant biology. The athletic programs at USC are second to none and have given birth to many professional athletic careers in all facets of sports.  Graduates of USC have been viewed corporate and athletic game changers!  Currently featured is the interesting legacy of the USC mascot, Traveler VII.  The concept and embodiment of the  Trojan Horse, dates back to the 1940's and to this day this equine specimen continues to be showcased in it's seventh iteration as both a strong and superior animal.

In the very near future blog posts will provide a virtual yellow pages style database of everything to make your experience at USC hassle free, productive and most of all fun.  In the meantime, anyone can log in to see what is happening in and around USC (http://ihaveclass.com/check-ihaveclasscom-information-per...) and share your commentary. IHaveClass is designed  to provide readers with insightful and useful content to get to and stay at the head of the class.

IHaveClass.com is a new and innovative site designed to help California college students stay abreast of class information, news and on and off campus happenings. Containing comprehensive listings of everything needed to support your college experience, a place for general hilarity and most importantly a forum to share whatever is on your mind it is destined to be the the most envied site on the Internet. The uniquely user driven and directed experience is what makes IHaveClass (http://www.IHaveClass.com) stand head and shoulders above any other collegiate web site.

We encourage you to hop on and join in on the conversation, post the latest news, information, or goings on from other internet venues pertaining to college students and campus life.

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IHaveClass.com is a blog for college students in California designed to give students a break from classes. Join the conversation at IHaveClass and share some funny pictures, viral videos, tips from your college, or just waste time before next class!

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