Route 91 aftermath hits

Taryn Beaufort | Opinion Editor | The USD Vista On Tuesday Oct. 3,  Jason Aldean released a statement saying he decided to cancel the upcoming weekend shows “out of respect for the victims, their families, and our fans” following the Route 91 Harvest Festival tragedy. Many students had purchased tickets […]

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Dressing up college edition

Victoria Zielinski | Asst. Opinion Editor | The USD Vista Take a stroll down the University of San Diego’s campus and a few things might catch the attention of a passerby: the aesthetics of the scenery and the overall appearance of the student body. Students are typically well dressed, well […]

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Waving goodbye to fear abroad

Taryn Beaufort | Opinion Editor | The USD Vista Every semester, hundreds of USD students choose to study abroad for the semester despite the possibility that their safety may be compromised. It seems like every other day there is a headline containing the words ‘terrorist attack,’ ‘bombing,’ etc. International violence […]

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Spirit shines in unforeseen ways

At the University of San Diego some students may think they have it all. Between the impressive academics, beautiful campus, and sunny weather, there might still  be something missing — school spirit. Traditionally a large part of school spirit comes from supporting athletic teams, something in which USD is heavily […]

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Thinking about ‘Think About It’

As the semester comes into full swing, students’ inboxes are flooded with hundreds of emails with club information, newsletters, university announcements, and even a few reminders to complete their yearly Think About It online training. Think About It is a required online educational training course administered to students through the […]

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High costs are put to the test

The University of San Diego is often featured in media articles regarding its beautiful, pristine campus. However, this year USD received a nod in Money Magazine ranking USD as the 371st most affordable school. Considering the rarity that the words ‘USD’ and ‘affordable’ are used in the same sentence, it […]

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Career fair season commences

Each semester the University of San Diego hosts a career fair open to all undergraduate students, regardless of their majors. The career fair is an event for students to network with the various companies of their interested field and start developing those connections. The Career Development Center (CDev) hosts two […]

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Managing a stressful semester

Between juggling a full course load and getting involved in activities on campus, it’s no wonder that students can begin to feel a bit overwhelmed. Luckily, there are a multitude of resources available on campus to help students cope with their stress in healthy ways. According to the American Institute […]

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Has Apple fallen off their tree?

Apple, Inc. has evolved into a brand that all have come to know, but students fall on various ends of the spectrum regarding their feelings toward the powerhouse. Almost every year since 2007, Apple has introduced a new model of the iPhone, each proving to be more technologically advanced than […]

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New Social Hotspot Takes Over

The start of the 2017-2018 school year was the first time students were able to see and utilize the Paseo de Colachis project. After students and faculty spent the second half of last year navigating closed sidewalks and loud noises, the University of San Diego finally welcomed the newly-renovated plaza. […]

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