Public Safety preparedness

Senseless attacks on innocent people seem to be happening more frequently across the country. Historically, college campuses have not been exempt from the threat of these tragedies. On April 30, several people at the University City apartment complex, which is home to many University of California, San Diego students, were […]

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The music festival fascination

Reflecting on the history and culture of Southern California music festivals   Coachella. The word has been ringing in millennials’ ears since the lineup was released in January. This three-day musical festival held in Indio, Calif. is associated with all genres, from indie pop bands to number one rappers on […]

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Course evaluations do matter

  The tenure track: how professors achieve the coveted status At the end of each semester, students have the opportunity to critique or praise professors during teacher evaluations. These mysterious, classified pieces of paper are kept carefully out of professors’ reach until after grades have been submitted—and for good reason. […]

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Women’s basketball welcomes 2017 recruiting class

As the University of San Diego Toreros women’s basketball team looks ahead to their upcoming season, the incoming recruiting class provides a lot to be optimistic about. The recruiting class is headlined by high school seniors Kendall Bird, Myah Pace, and Sydney Hunter, all of whom had impressive senior seasons. […]

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Gengenbacher named to collegiate national team

For many athletes, the chance to play for their country is one of the top honors they could possibly receive. University of San Diego volleyball player Kristen Gengenbacher will get a chance to experience that sense of American pride this summer. Gengenbacher, a junior setter from Quincy, Ill., was one […]

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ISO open mic night celebrates diversity

The University of San Diego often celebrates diversity and multiculturalism, especially through the participation of international students who represent a vast array of cultures and traditions on campus. After last year’s initial success, USD’s International Student Organization (ISO) hosted its 2nd annual open mic event in Salomon Hall. ISO showcased […]

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Jamal Agnew drafted by Detroit Lions

Imagine you are back in your younger days just starting to play sports. Whenever you go out on that field, you always dream you are one day going to be playing in the pros. This past weekend, that dream became a reality for Jamal Agnew, a senior cornerback for the […]

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