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I still believe the stereotype, considering that my area is the biggest feeder to USC. It's a generalization but I believe that it is somewhat accurate. Every person who goes there from this one high school in my area (Torrey Pines), says that it is just a bigger version of that school... which is not something good.
The kids that I know who currently attend USC are all wealthy, a little stuck up, and not very intelligent. But I'm sure there are a number of great people at USC