A college Christmas story

Taryn Beaufort | Opinion Editor | The USD Vista ​ Perry Como sang it best, “There is no place like home for the holidays.” Some University of San Diego students may agree with Como, but instead most will be studying away for finals until Dec. 22 — only three days […]

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The coming and going of trams

Taryn Beaufort | Opinion Editor | The USD Vista University of San Diego students are no strangers to the tram system. Whether they use it to commute from Manchester to main campus or from the West Parking lot up the treacherous hill, the trams serve many purposes. In the past […]

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Choosing Public versus Private

Taryn Beaufort | Opinion Editor | The USD Vista Private versus public, that is the question. When students apply to colleges during their senior year of high school, they may not consider or know the major differences between the two. Private universities have traditionally been associated with more prestige and […]

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News sources have evolved

Taryn Beaufort | Opinion Editor | The USD Vista In today’s modern-day world where social media has captivated the minds of many, the sources of news have changed. A few generations ago, people read the daily newspapers to keep with the latest happenings of society. However, University of San Diego […]

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Christmas time is here

Taryn Beaufort | Opinion Editor | The USD Vista Students who ventured off campus in the past week may have noticed the sudden holiday takeover around San Diego. Starbucks has their holiday drinks ready to order, Christmas trees are being displayed in malls, and stores have put their holiday decorations […]

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Defining hookup culture

Kaia Hubbard | Asst. Copy Editor | The USD Vista As the traditional bounds of romantic relationships become more fluid, college students today wrestle with labels, and the newly minted term: hookup culture. Armed with the perspective that both the media and their peers provide, students explore whether dating plays […]

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Office hours with Rate My Prof

Victoria Zielinksi | Asst. Opinion Editor | The USD Vista As registration for the spring semester approaches, students will be logging onto their MySanDiego accounts to begin searching for classes and organizing their schedules. While they balance a heap of open tabs to cross reference professors with classes and times, […]

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Getting to the core of the ‘Core’

Taryn Beaufort | Opinion Editor | The USD Vista University of San Diego students are no strangers to core-curriculum classes, but the question of what the core curriculum does for a student’s education still remains. Students often wonder what they are supposed to take away from the variety of courses […]

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Op-Ed: One city, two teams

San Diego State slogan is an opportunist method of disregarding the Toreros’ success on the gridiron   Noah Hilton | Sports Editor | The USD Vista Once upon a time, the city of San Diego had three football teams. None were all that noteworthy — the National Football League’s Chargers made […]

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