A Night of Stories for Peace

USD graduate students create event to challenge the community’s perspectives of immigration Tayler Reviere Verninas | Editor in Chief | USD Vista On Wednesday, Nov. 29, Kroc School graduate students at the University of San Diego created a special edition of My Story,  an event where speakers from the community […]

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Make-A-Wish Club founded

First-year Sana Moezzi founded the club at USD after receiving a wish herself Kennedy Avery | Contributor | USD Vista On Nov. 15, 2016, Sana Moezzi was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma cancer when she was still in high school. Since then, Moezzi has been through several treatments, graduated from Carlsbad […]

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Student profile: Ramses Sanguino

Eight-year-old Ramses Sanguino is enrolled in a USD physics class   Celina Tebor | Feature Editor | USD Vista   Eight-year-old Ramses Sanguino can be seen strolling across campus with his mother like many other children on campus. But, there is one aspect that distinguishes him from the other children. […]

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Serra name change proposed

American Indian & Indigenous Student Organization lead the charge to change the name of Serra Hall   Celina Tebor | Feature Editor | USD Vista   Hundreds of Toreros pass Serra Hall daily, the home of classes, computer labs, and offices at the University of San Diego. However, most students […]

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Founders Gala transforms JCP

Biannual Gala raises $1,295,675 through auctions and direct donations   Elisabeth Smith | Associate Editor | USD Vista Kelly Kennedy | Managing Editor | USD Vista   The University of San Diego held its fifth Founders Gala last week, hosting over 600 guests and raising funds for student scholarships. Since […]

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Recap: Steve Walt, visiting scholar

The Harvard professor discussed hard-hitting topics during his lectures on campus Kennedy Avery | Contributor | USD Vista In his Nov. 2 lecture in the KIPJ Theatre, ‘Where is U.S. Foreign Policy Headed?’ Stephen Walt, Belfer Professor of International Affairs at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, revealed that America First […]

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