Exploring off-campus study spots

Staring at the same faded grey walls, rows of old books, and dead-eyed students is an arduous way to spend a late night studying in Copley Library. Yes, it’s that time: the weight of finals is upon the University of San Diego community once again. Getting away from the same […]

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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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Cowboy boots in the California desert

Grab your boots, put on your cowboy hat, and polish your belt buckle because we’re going line dancing, Toreros. Stagecoach is one of California’s largest country music festivals. The annual weekend festival is held at the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, Calif. and feels like a desert dust bowl after […]

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Seas of flowers bloom in the desert

An unprecedented amount of rain in 2016 and 2017 has brought vibrant vegetation to drought-stricken California. Because of the unusually wet winter season, the hills are greener, flowers are abundant, and this year, springtime is truly in the air. California’s deserts are experiencing what many have dubbed a “super bloom,” […]

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