Homelessness Rising

According to San Diego’s Health and Human Services Agency, in 2017 there has been a Hepatitis A outbreak in San Diego that is affecting the homeless. Most of the people who have contracted Hepatitis A are homeless and/or illicit drug users, although there are some cases in which they have […]

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Future of DACA in Danger

On Sept. 5, President Donald Trump announced that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program will no longer be accepting applications. The DACA program was a way to extend work permits to undocumented immigrants who came to the US when they were minors. The program was established in 2012 […]

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New Toreros Begin Careers

USD first-year athletes ready to make an immediate impact      The first year of college can be one of the toughest adjustment periods that a student can experience. However, first-year athletes Roxie Wiblin and Jimmy Ryan are going to have even more in their schedules than most incoming students, […]

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Construction Ends

  Executive Director of University Design Mary Whelan is a USD alumna who graduated as an art major in 1986 and is familiar with USD’s Spanish Renaissance style. The latest project she has been involved in on campus is the Paseo de Colachis Project. “I’ve seen a lot of the […]

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Marching for change

The first few months of 2017 have seen an increase in the amount of marches, protests, and activist movements in the U.S. and across the world.  The Women’s March on Jan. 21 marked the largest single-day protests in U.S. history, according to the Atlantic. Ever since then, activism has increased […]

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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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Gail Baker announced as new provost

University of San Diego Provost Andrew Allen will leave his office this year after four years in the role. Allen will step down and pass the baton to Gail Baker, Ph.D., from the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO). Among his other roles, the provost position requires Allen to oversee nine […]

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Public Safety preparedness

Senseless attacks on innocent people seem to be happening more frequently across the country. Historically, college campuses have not been exempt from the threat of these tragedies. On April 30, several people at the University City apartment complex, which is home to many University of California, San Diego students, were […]

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