Former torero for U.S. president?

Brooklyn Dippo | News Editor Toreros might be surprised to see a third name on the Democratic ballot for the presidential election and even more surprised to know that man also attended the University of San Diego. Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente, a San Diego native,  is the Democratic businessman […]

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Shark attacks increase, no worries

Brooklyn Dippo | News Editor The chances of a shark attack happening are smaller than being killed by a coconut falling on your head but there is something about it that is more daunting. Despite an increase in attacks, students at the University of San Diego are still unlikely to […]

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Arrested for student loans

Brandon Short | Contributor A Texas man was arrested last week by seven U.S. Marshals for not paying his $1,500 student loan from 1987. Paul Aker, 48, claimed he was unaware of any outstanding debts. He was arrested at his home in Houston. Seven heavily armed officers were sent to […]

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The war on wiretapping

Sarah Brewington | Staff Writer The war on drugs may have run into the fourth amendment in Riverside, California. After extensive investigations, USA Today uncovered that wiretapping, intended to combat the war on drugs, has also breached telephone conversations in hundreds of American homes. According to USA Today, Riverside was […]

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