NH-chill

MATTHEW ROBERSON | SPORTS EDITOR | @mroberson22 Talk to anyone who follows the National Hockey League — either casually or as a devoted fan who watches every game — and they will surely tell you how special the Stanley Cup Playoffs are. Unlike the other major sports, aspects of the […]

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Relax my lady, your chariot is here

DIEGO LUNA | BUSINESS EDITOR | THE USD VISTA | @diegotothemoon Chariot For Women is a new ridesharing service that is similar to Uber, Lyft, and Sidecar. However, its business structure is radically different than its competitors’ for one simple reason: Chariot For Women specifically caters to the female population. […]

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No mo’ F.O.M.O

This weekend, my social media accounts were flooded with photos and videos from Coachella music festival… and it’s only Weekend 1. Yes, the endless Snapchats and artsy photos were a little excessive and irritating but I caught myself doing something even more obnoxious. After almost every Snap I opened, I […]

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Let’s face it: Life’s a drag

ABBY GENTRY | OPINION EDITOR I get it, we are a Catholic school. This title carries certain expectations, and those expectations bring controversy. Religious institutions always seem to stir the pot because people are passionate about their faith and want their faith to be represented in a way that satisfies […]

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April 13

NOAH HILTON | CONTRIBUTOR  April 13 will no doubt live on in the minds of columnists, bloggers, and editors as one of the darkest days in the history of sports writing. They had finally been exposed. Blank pages and empty screens tempted them, endlessly and mockingly. The ineffable nature of […]

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Padres tristes

MATTHEW ROBERSON | SPORTS EDITOR | @mroberson22 Perhaps the most tired cliche in baseball is that no matter how stacked a team’s roster may appear, or how enormous their payroll might be, all 30 teams have a chance to compete for the playoffs when the season starts. Opening Day represents […]

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Communication Studies is not a cop out

TAYLER REVIERE VERNINAS | THE USD VISTA | ARTS & CULTURE EDITOR If you have ever had to tell others what your major is, you have probably said it with either pride, shame, passion, or indifference. You’re ecstatic (or not) because you are working hard for the diploma that will […]

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Your major is not better than me

ABBY GENTRY | OPINION EDITOR There seems to be a common knowledge of an unofficial major hierarchy. I do not know how it came about or why it exists but there are some majors that receive different treatment, responses, and reactions than others. For some reason, at some point in […]

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