Swan Lake disappoints some

The classic ballet falls flat in more ways than one at the San Diego Civic Theatre Elisabeth Smith | Associate Editor | The USD Vista The California Ballet Company opened their 50th Anniversary Season with a staging of “Swan Lake” last week. Choreographed by Thor Sutowski to the iconic score […]

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Open Studio: Jae Pearl

Senior Jae Pearl describes her work and inspiration as an artist Kelly Kennedy | Managing Editor | The USD Vista On how Open Studios helps her connect with her audience: “It’s really difficult with Open Studios when you’re presenting an installation or sculptural practice, because it’s different than drawing or […]

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I find myself looking up

Anderson Haigler | Arts&Culture Editor | The USD Vista USD Senior Maycee Keeler showcases her artwork at the Visual Arts Center Gallery Senior Maycee Keeler debuted her exhibit, titled “I find myself looking up,” this month in the Visual Arts Center Gallery located near Camino Hall. As an Art major, […]

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B.o.B to headline Big Blue Bash

Anderson Haigler | Arts&Culture Editor | The USD Vista Rapper set to turn back the clock this Friday for a throwback performance with opener Sage the Gemini After several suspenseful weeks, the performer for the homecoming concert has been announced and the artist may take Toreros back to their middle school days. […]

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Kardashian pregnancy trending

Walker Chuppe | Photo Editor | The USD Vista Rumors swirl that three of the sisters are expecting Kylie Jenner’s rumored pregnancy could be the next trend set by the Kardashian-Jenner family. From lip and contouring kits to Kanye West’s Yeezys, the Kardashians and Jenners have transformed their media presence […]

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Toreros try out for Homecoming

Students audition for a chance to be the opening performance at this year’s homecoming concert Anderson Haigler | Arts&Culture Editor | The USD Vista Last Thursday at Open Mic Night at Aromas, Toreros auditioned for the role of student opener for the upcoming concert that will happen during the Homecoming […]

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Four spooky things to do in SD

Haunted attractions spook visitors into the Halloween spirit As fall begins, San Diegans are turning their attention away from the beach, Padres games, and theme parks to more traditional fall attractions, such as haunted houses and other Halloween-themed events. San Diego, as usual, features a wide range of options for […]

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