From coffee and pastries to eyebrow services and jewelry, student-run Trojan Marketplace has it all.
It’s not your typical Wednesday at USC — bustling crowds, white canopies crashing with the Wednesday wind, the shining Southern California sun and faint indie music playing in the background.
Usually, the Farmer’s Market sets up in McCarthy Quad on Wednesdays. But today, the student-run Trojan Marketplace, from 11 a.m to 2 p.m., took over the USC Village.
Hosted by the student organization Spark SC, the market featured more than 45 Trojan-owned businesses. The marketplace made its debut in the Great Village Lawn.