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"Palmam Qui Meruit Ferat" can be loosely translated from Latin as “Let whoever earns the palm bear it.” Palms represent victory, triumph, ascension, and other similar and complex words.
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Although the Trojan is more widely known, it is not the mascot. The mascot, in reality, is Traveler, the beautiful white horse. It's a common mistake.
USC was founded on October 6th, 1880. When USC opened in 1880, tuition was $15.00 per term and the school had an enrollment of 53 students and a faculty of 10. Its first graduating class in 1884 was a class of three—two males and female valedictorian Minnie C. Miltimore. Although many nicknames were suggested such as Fighting Methodists or Wesleyans, but finalized on Trojans.
USC football games are famous for, among other things, the appearance of Traveler, a noble white steed bearing a “Trojan warrior” into the arena.
The winner of the annual USC-UCLA football game, perhaps America's greatest crosstown rivalry, is given year-long possession of the Victory Bell. The bell weighs about 300 pounds!
Theatre Arts Major
Specializing in acting
Transcripts: First-year applicants should submit official transcripts of all high school and college coursework completed.
Official Test Scores: Arrange for the testing agency to send your SAT or ACT scores directly to USC.
School Report: All first-year applicants are required to submit the Common Application School Report, which includes a letter of recommendation.
Portfolio, resumé and/or additional writing samples: if required by major. Performance majors may also require auditions.
Submit your fall grades (when available): Use the Mid-Year Report Form included in the Common Application
There is no minimum requirement or absolute "cutoff" for grades, class rank or test scores. USC evaluates prospective students through an individualized, comprehensive review process that takes these, and many other factors, into account. Regardless, most first-year students are selected from the top 10 percent of their high school classes. Successful transfer students typically present at least one year of rigorous, full-time academic coursework, with strong grades.
$12,902 on campus room & board
TOTAL $60,700 (per year)
Salary: $57,428 annually
An actress communicates a character and/or situations to an audience through speech, body language and movement. This usually involves interpreting the work of a writer under the instruction and support of a director, although some work may require the actor to devise a character or improvise the reactions of a character to a situation.
To Whom It May Concern:
I am pleased to write this letter to recommend Brianna Contreras for a position in theatre. She portrays phenomenal acting skills and works well with others. She shows qualities of great leadership, teamwork, creativity, contribution, intelligence, and has a genuine personality. She works well with anyone and will get the job done.
Ms. Contreras is the leader of any team and will direct anyone in order to get the job done. She is well-rounded and works well with others. She puts her creative ideas into to anything to improve a scene or other project. She thinks outside of the box, which makes her an amazing student. With her intelligence, she is extremely clever and is quick on her feet. She includes others and assists others to improve their skills by letting them understand what they are doing wrong and helping them fix it. She can perform in front of any crowd and bring laughter, sadness, fear, and other feelings portrayed in a performance to the audience. You can give her any challenge and she will conquer it. She contributes to anything she does by not allowing everyone else do the work for her. On top these qualities, she has warmth and kindness. She will not disrespect anyone and will try to make the best out of a situation. She brings light into every performance and people love her.
Brianna Contreras would make an outstanding addition to this production and you will not regret hiring her. Her personality and the qualities she portrays will improve anything you wish to accomplish. If you would like to discuss any further about Ms. Contreras, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone: (915) 378-2368.
El Dorado 9th Grade Academy
El Paso, TX 79938
Tel: (915) 378-2368