New Center for Ethics, Economics, and Public Policy

College campuses are often known for being forums for ideas and spaces for personal and intellectual growth. Matt Zwolinski is a University of San Diego philosophy professor who prioritizes open-mindedness and free-flowing dialogue in his classes and on campus. For the past 13 years, Zwolinski has encouraged such an environment […]

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49 peaks and climbing

BROOKLYN DIPPO | Editor in Chief Graduation isn’t the only milestone that Jake Wheeler has to look forward to this May. The USD senior will also attempt to summit Mt. Denali in Alaska, completing his quest to climb the highest points in all 50 states. Wheeler’s adventure started in 2005 when […]

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Senior thesis spotlight: “Move”

Debut of Alicia de la Piedra’s senior visual arts thesis exhibition       On her aesthetic: “When I thought about my thesis, in my head it was something that was supposed to be an example of what I’ve become as an artist. I’ve noticed in my design that I’m […]

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Watch movies like it’s the 1950s

Imagine sitting under the stars, your radio turned up, and your favorite movie playing on the big screen. No side conversations during the movie, no one kicking the back of your seat, and no heads blocking the screen. That is the experience available to San Diegans at the Santee Drive-In […]

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Debut of “Another Path Found”

Each spring semester, graduating Visual Arts majors exhibit their thesis projects, bodies of work that often take  from three to nine months to curate. Each student holds an exhibition, which includes an oral thesis defense that is open to the public. Senior Emma Angold is hosting the first exhibition, showcasing […]

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Maya Hood on motherhood

After five years of playing for the University of San Diego women’s basketball team, Maya Hood was named WCC Defender of the Year and second-team All-WCC. Hood leads the team in scoring, rebounds, and steals, averaging 18.1 points and 8.1 rebounds. Despite this success, basketball is not what motivates her. […]

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Torero sidewalk etiquette

If you haven’t already noticed the six-foot fences on both sides of Marian Way, you will. Surely, you’ve noticed the thousands of Toreros that spawned out of nowhere? At least that’s what it seems like on the sidewalks these days. The expansion of the Colachis Plaza is the newest construction […]

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Preceptorial Assistant program gets a facelift

Many changes are coming to the University of San Diego, and the construction is just one of them. The Preceptorial Assistant (PA) program and the Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are also experiencing some major changes. The PA program’s goal is to facilitate the transition of incoming freshmen to college academic […]

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Single? No plans for Valentine’s Day?

This year you don’t need a significant other to enjoy Valentine’s Day. Celebrate the holiday of love with friends or indulge in something for you. Here are a few quick, easy, and affordable ideas for you and your other single friends this Valentine’s Day. Happy choosing!   1. Drink wine […]

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