Navigating USD with a disability

When visitors and students enter campus from the East entrance, they are usually greeted by a Parking Services kiosk representative and a sign with directions. “Enjoy our beautiful walking campus,” one sign read. Though many campus community members can do so, those with temporary or permanent physical handicaps cannot stroll […]

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Non-traditional post graduation plans

Seniors pursue paths outside of the usual 9 to 5 options As the 2017 spring semester draws to an end, University of San Diego seniors are eagerly awaiting the start of summer and anticipating the next step that lies just beyond graduation. While some students will seek full-time jobs or […]

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Two USD alumni coaching in NBA playoffs

The National Basketball Association Playoffs started about a month ago, and there is no shortage of former Toreros. Mike Brown, a USD grad who is the head assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors, now has the opportunity to lead the Warriors to an NBA championship.  His competition includes another […]

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Marching for change

The first few months of 2017 have seen an increase in the amount of marches, protests, and activist movements in the U.S. and across the world.  The Women’s March on Jan. 21 marked the largest single-day protests in U.S. history, according to the Atlantic. Ever since then, activism has increased […]

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Exploring off-campus study spots

Staring at the same faded grey walls, rows of old books, and dead-eyed students is an arduous way to spend a late night studying in Copley Library. Yes, it’s that time: the weight of finals is upon the University of San Diego community once again. Getting away from the same […]

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Gail Baker announced as new provost

University of San Diego Provost Andrew Allen will leave his office this year after four years in the role. Allen will step down and pass the baton to Gail Baker, Ph.D., from the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO). Among his other roles, the provost position requires Allen to oversee nine […]

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Men’s tennis wins fourth straight WCC title

Every college athlete understands the feeling of pride that comes with beating a conference foe. Years of battling against the same opponent often breed a mix of admiration and animosity. The University of San Diego men’s tennis team, fresh off its fourth straight West Coast Conference Tournament championship, surely has […]

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