It’s a match! Tinder tales and fails

Swiping right could get you a date this Valentine’s Day BROOKLYN DIPPO ASST. FEATURE EDITOR @brooklyndippo Finding a date this Valentine’s Day could be as easy as swiping right. Tinder, a mobile dating app, allows users within a set radius to find potential partners and connect with each other. The […]

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1-800-I-Need-A-Valentine

KAITLIN GOODHART FEATURE EDITOR Love is in the air and there is no hiding it this time of year. With Feb. 14 just around the corner, the overly hyped holiday is stressing out couples and reminding the single people that, well, they’re still single. The only difference between Christmas and […]

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USD fitness focus: Tara Nicole

Student finds passion in fitness training BROOKE JELNIKER CONTRIBUTOR Senior Tara Nicole Warren has such a passion for fitness that she has decided to make a career of it. The former USD basketball player has found her true calling in the last two years. Once done with basketball, Warren found […]

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San Diego spotlight: Encinitas

Local beach town has something for everyone REBEKAH FILICCIOTO CONTRIBUTOR From beautiful beaches and sunshine to delicious cuisine and exciting nightlife, Encinitas is a place that has a little bit of everything. When people think of San Diego they usually think of the zoo, downtown, Balboa Park and SeaWorld. Although […]

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Heaven on Earth- Part 2

BRITTANY CARAVA FEATURE EDITOR @brittcarava Continuing with places that I consider “heaven on Earth,” Las Vegas is no exception. Although this would seem ironic as Las Vegas is deemed Sin City, in my experience, Las Vegas can meet your every need for adventure and excitement: my own version of heaven. […]

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USD crushes page sparks online confessions

DANIELLE DEVRIES CONTRIBUTOR Much of the University of San Diego community is familiar with the Facebook pages “USD Crushes” and “USD Confessions.” The USD community assumes that these pages are run by a student or students. People are able to anonymously post their crushes or confessions to the Facebook page. […]

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Neighborhoood Spotlight: Julian

Mom’s pies are just like grandma used to make CHRISTINA BELLOSO ASST. FEATURE EDITOR Tucked away in the Cuyamaca mountains lies the mining town of Julian, California, known for its former gold rush days, historic buildings and famous pies. One cannot possibly return from a trip to Julian without bringing […]

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Trader Joe’s-Heaven on Earth

BRITTANY CARAVA FEATURE EDITOR @brittcarava The happiest place on Earth. No it’s not Disneyland, but rather your local Trader Joe’s. Since switching to Trader Joe’s from a conventional chain grocery store, I have come to the conclusion that Trader Joe’s is the best grocery store on Earth. The closest location […]

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Flu shots and stress at USD

Prepare for the flu season and the stress of midterms by staying well REBEKAH FILICIOTTO CONTRIBUTOR In the midst of midterms and in preparation for the holiday season, it is important that USD students do their best to stay healthy. Flu season is here and it is crucial that students […]

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