Grottos

By Blanca Torii ARTS&CULTURE EDITOR Some conversations just stick in your head. In the case of one speaking to an audience of a thousand, the conversation has to be done correctly. Anticipation was evident in the orange lanyards hanging around the necks of future Blake Mycoskie’s (founder of nonprofit company […]

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Nature’s potato chips

By Matt Hose NEWS EDITOR The summit of the Mount Woodson hike in Poway confronts the outdoorsman with one of nature’s bitter ironies. It shows the often-debated issue of man’s influence on the natural world. A little less than an hour north of the city of San Diego, the iconic […]

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Teach me your ways

By Matt Hose NEWS EDITOR Oh, the contradictions! The fabricated history! The false future-telling! Like many other people, I came to college thinking that I would learn and understand more about the world around me. I thought that some wise mentor would take me under his wing as his protégé, […]

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Resignation of the pope hits USD

By Janeth Cervantes CONTRIBUTOR Nearly coinciding with the beginning of the Lenten season this year, Pope Benedict XVI decided to give up the papacy. On Feb. 11, Benedict XVI announced his resignation to Roman Catholics around the world. At a more microscopic level, the Catholic USD community felt the effects […]

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