Visual Art major inspired by USD art atmosphere

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by Sarah Brewington | News Editor  Be it the striking music of a violin, the sweeping steps of a dancer, the thrilling monologue of a stage performer, or the abstract brush strokes of a painter, art finds many forms. At the University of San Diego, art is no stranger. On the bottom floor of Camino […]

Students break down the ins and outs of dining on campus

Tayler Reviere Verninas | Feature Editor Although students most likely do not choose to attend the University of San Diego for its gourmet dining spots, it is still a great incentive for enrolling here. According to the Princeton review, USD is ranked number 18 for best food on a college campus. The fresh faces of […]

AS President makes plans to bring USD community together

Elisabeth Smith | Asst. News Editor Presence. That is senior Katie Coutermarsh’s focus as she prepares to take on her role as Associated Students President in her fourth year at USD. With the support of her executive team, Coutermarsh has big plans ready for the USD community. “This is milestone year because a lot of […]

USD welcomes new president

Sarah Brewington | News Editor A new president has started his term as the University of San Diego’s fourth president since the school’s founding in 1949. James T. Harris III, was chosen last semester by the Board of Trustees to succeed Mary Lyons as captain of the ship. Harris comes from Widener University in Pennsylvania. […]

Fall back into great music: Editor’s Pick

by Tayler Reviere Verninas | Arts & Culture Editor  Can’t Feel My Face – The Weeknd I’m In Love With My Life – PHASES My Way – Fetty Wap ft. Drake Back of the Car – RAC, Nate Henricks Show Me the Way – Penguin Prison Coming Over – Dillon Francis, Kygo, James Hersey Photograph – Ed Sheeran The Wild Life – Vacationer […]

Top four concert venues under 21

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by Sara Butler | Associate Editor Many first year students might overhear a little myth about the nightlife in San Diego. Something along the lines of, “Oh, San Diego’s really fun, if you’re 21.” In particular, the SD music scene has an infamous reputation of being an exclusive adult engagement. However, students should not be […]

Exploring San Diego One Adventure at a Time

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by Abby Gentry | Assistant Arts & Culture Editor One of the greatest perks of choosing to go to school at the University of San Diego is the chance to explore the city of San Diego. San Diego is well-known for its many beautiful beaches, restaurants, and attractions. With so many options in such a […]

USD ranked third for entrepreneurship

Henley Doherty | Asst. Business Editor The USD School of Business Administration (USD-SBA) has been ranked as having the third best Masters of Business Administration Entrepreneurial Program in the world by the Financial Times, an international business publication. The rankings included ten schools in total. The only schools ranked higher than USD Stanford University at […]

LLCs, PAs, preceptors, oh my!

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Brianna Harrington | Business Editor | @bnharrington This is your first year in a place completely unfamiliar to you. Maybe it does not seem so now, but this year may determine the rest of your time here. Entering into a new place can be intimidating, but it is important to make the most of what […]

USD-SDSU will play for first time since 1961

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Dylan Brockmeyer | Assistant Sports Editor | @dbrock08 History will be repeating itself for only the second time on Sept. 5th when the University of San Diego Toreros take on the San Diego State University Aztecs for both teams’ football season opener. The unusual face-off will be played in Qualcomm Stadium thanks to an unexpected […]

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