When it comes to colleges, being private usually means being better. This is not the case when it comes to USC, which has lower academic rankings in comparison to both UCLA and Cal. With USC, being private simply means that it costs more.
Some people call USC the "university of spoiled children." This is wrong. USC students are ripped off. In comparison, UCLA students pay a fraction of the price USC charges and they get to go to a school with better academic rankings with better faculty in a much better neighborhood. Who's spoiled again? UCLA students are.
I feel sorry for Trojans. I really do. I hope you can find a way to justify USC stealing all that money from you.
It's cool that we compete in everything, but it should be a friendly rivalry. This hatred is just not needed. The fact that LA can house two prestigious universities like UCLA and USC is amazing.
Both USC and UCLA are very good schools, anyone who needs to trash talk the other to make theirs sound better is just foolish.
Academically, a small joke. Class difficulty seems to be on par with the Community College level. When I audited some classes there, it appears my lower division classes at UCSC (Notice the extra "C") were more difficult than the upper divison classes there.
Anyways, the beer at the football games is too expensive and the cheerleaders are butterfaces. Also, when people do that pumping Trojan "V for Victory" salute... from a distance... looks oddly like a field of people giving a fascist salute. Coincidence? Maybe, just maybe...
The University where students are too busy becoming rich and successful to talk trash at UrbanDictionary.com.
No man, I'm too busy running corporations, living the good life and gettin that paper
2. University of Second Choice.
Self explanatory unless you're from USC.
UCLA idiot: Well, at least I don't go to a university that really stands for University of Spoiled Children. Hur hur GET IT?