Building rapport with professors

As another semester at the University of San Diego nears its end, students begin to say goodbye to professors they have spent countless months getting to know. On a small campus like USD, some students develop close relationships with professors. Many students seem to wonder how they can maintain these […]

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Conquering the job search

Go to college and you will get a better job. That’s the promise that inspires young high school students to spend four years and thousands of dollars on a bachelor’s degree. The knowledge and experience that you gain in the semi-independent years after high school are undeniably valuable, but no […]

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Social media keeps students connected over summer

As summer is quickly approaching for University of San Diego students, the dreaded moment of saying goodbye to out-of-state friends is upon us. Nowadays, summer doesn’t have to mean a lack of communication between friends. Students have the option of choosing between various social media applications to keep in touch. […]

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Seniors feel the pressure of post-grad plans

“So, what are your plans after graduation?” This is the dreaded question for most college seniors. Whether it comes from family or strangers, it causes a major amount of anxiety. With graduation less than a month away, seniors at the University of San Diego are feeling the stress. It’s interesting […]

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Students weigh in: job vs. internship

Most students at the University of San Diego are looking to develop marketable skills and gain invaluable work experience to build up their resumes, resulting in a lot of talk about internships. At the same time, many college students look to earn some cash, while working toward earning their degree. […]

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Mission Beach: USD’s second home

For decades, many students at the University of San Diego have called Mission Beach home. These students, usually upperclassmen, choose to move to the beach with their friends and share a house together just steps from the ocean. Before 2015, students at USD were only required to live on campus […]

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The growing cost of festival season

When the Facebook notifications start rolling in announcing shuttle passes and Weekend 1 tickets for sale, you know it can only mean one thing: festival season. Given our relatively close proximity to Indio, Calif., many students at the University of San Diego decide to dole out the big bucks to […]

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Coolest courses offered at USD

Class registration is upon the University of San Diego community once again. For many students, registration is a stressful time filled with planning and panicking. However, it is also an important and exciting time as students are picking classes and professors that they will be spending quite a lot of […]

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