Thousands of new and returning Trojans arrived on the USC campuses Wednesday with Move-in Day as their focus. More than a few also had USC President C. L. Max Nikias and his wife, Niki C. Nikias, in their focus, too. The president and his wife roamed the University Park Campus as students got settled and families got ready to say farewell.
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