A hard pill to swallow

Trump’s rollback surrounding birth control affects students and faculty on campus Nicole Kuhn | Assistant News Editor | The USD Vista On Oct. 6, the Trump Administration made a decision that could affect 62 million women in the US. The  Department of Health and Human Services declared that the pill […]

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Weinstein accusations develop

Sexual harassment allegations against Hollywood producer flood the media Nicole Kuhn | Assistant News Editor | The USD Vista Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, known for directing movies such as “Kill Bill” and “Tulip Fever,” allegedly sexually assaulted 40 women over the course of his career. The accusations swirling around Harvey […]

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Making room for expression

Lilyana Espinoza | News Editor | The USD Vista Students discuss the pros and cons of safe spaces within USD’s campus Colleges worldwide have become divided through differences of opinion. This is especially seen in reactions from students when controversial speakers have appeared on their campuses. Earlier this year, riots […]

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Politics within Catalonia

Lilyana Espinoza | News Editor | The USD Vista USD perspectives on illegal referendum to declare independence from Spain Catalonia is one of the wealthiest regions in Spain and tensions between the Spanish and Catalan governments have been building for centuries. The President of the Catalan government since January 2016, […]

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Riding the wave after the storm

Nicole Kuhn | Assistant News Editor | The USD Vista Hurricane Maria leaves an impact on Puerto Rico and the USD community The sun rises each morning over the rolling hills of Puerto Rico, but the daily routine of the Puerto Rican people has changed. On Sept. 20, thousands of […]

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Recognizing banned books

Nicole Kuhn | Assistant News Editor | The USD Vista Walking past the main floor of Copley Library, students and faculty came across the library’s annual Banned Books Week. The event recognized and promoted the power of text and the importance of intellectual freedom. The display was held in the […]

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Mandalay Bay Shooting

Tayler Reviere Verninas | Editor In Chief | The USD Vista What many believed to be the sound of fireworks were actually rounds of gunshots from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel on the night of Sunday, Oct. 1. Concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest Festival were enjoying […]

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Honoring the Kumeyaay

On this year’s California Native American Day, the University of San Diego held a rededication of the Kumeyaay Garden to remind the community that  the campus sits on  territory of the Kumeyaay Nation. Attendees of the event on Sept. 22 felt that being present was imperative to acknowledge the Native […]

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