Heterotopia

By Nick Dilonardo OPINION EDITOR I recently returned from 20 days in London. The subject of the course was Shakespeare. We studied him around a central concept: heterotopia. It has to do with the way in which place can allow for us to explore and negotiate different values, ideas and […]

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Study spots can make or break your grade

By Kendall Tich OPINION EDITOR Picking a destination may be one of the most aggravating parts of studying during your time as a student here at USD. Whether you’re cramming for an early morning test the night before or leisurely reading a novel for your literature class, the environment you’re […]

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What will skipping class cost you?

By Ian Rodgers We go to school in arguably one of the most beautiful places in the country. Our campus was recently ranked No. 27 most beautiful campus in the nation on BuzzFeed. The beach is a quick drive from campus and apart from that, there are countless attractions within […]

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Toreros, let your school spirit show

By Khea Pollard It’s been an ongoing debate: Do we have school spirit? Are we connected as a community? Why are the stands so empty during football games? We’ve all heard it. There are multiple perspectives to the issue of school spirit. There are also a lot of explanations for […]

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Time traveling

By Kendall Tich OPINION EDITOR I’d like to start off this column by congratulating you on your acceptance to USD. Many challenging and exciting years of school lie behind you and you have now given USD the opportunity to shape your future. For those of you who are returning Toreros, […]

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