Forget cardinal or gold, at least this one time. Orange was the color of the day on the USC University Park Campus, with those familiar orange bins meaning one thing: Move-in Day. Thousands of new and returning students converged on Trojan territory Wednesday, getting settled before fall semester classes begin Monday. Take a look at some of the sights of the day.
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