The student loan system needs help

By Taylor Milam STAFF WRITER Paying for college is a standard “hot button issue.” While there are programs available to reduce the burden of higher education loans, 60 percent of college students will borrow annually in order to cover the costs, based on statistics from the Chronicle of Higher Education. […]

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YOLO, bro!

By Nick Dilonardo OPINION EDITOR Before Drake fatefully immortalized it, forcing us to hear it uttered by countless bros in bars, “You Only Live Once” was a song by the Strokes. These days, it’s the “Carpe Diem” for a generation looking to justify driving home drunk or skipping out on […]

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In it to win it: college success skills

By James-Brandon S. Christopher STAFF WRITER Many people begin their college careers with a preconceived idea of where they would like to be once they have completed their college career. Between choosing majors and choosing which clubs and organizations to join, there are many tough decisions to make regarding your […]

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Carmel Pacific Ridge: bonafide livin’

By Kevin Crespo ASST. OPINION EDITOR Pristine, new, convenient and cheap: Carmel Pacific Ridge is the new living destination for sophomores at USD. The apartments across Linda Vista are attracting a plethora of students that are seeking to live close to campus while enjoying the benefits of off-campus living. With […]

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Do you already

By Nick Dilonardo OPINION EDITOR I don’t believe in free will because of Friedrich Nietzsche. He writes of those who preach fire and brimstone and their need for free will. Without it, we are not accountable, and we need to be in order to be damned or rewarded, according to […]

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