Living your truth

By Khea Pollard ARTS&CULTURE EDITOR I think it’s safe to say that the allegations against Bob Filner surprised both everyone and no one. To the general public, Filner appeared to be the average political figure, cautious of his reputation, upstanding, admirable even. He has a long professional history. He has […]

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Radical renovations for USD café completed

By Katelyn Montero As one of USD’s most popular dining locations for students, La Paloma was famous for its gourmet sandwiches, egg scrambles, long lines and limited seating. However, after spending months under construction, the popular café officially reopened for business on Aug. 31 with an entirely new floor plan, […]

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On the road

By Jackson Somes NEWS EDITOR It is that time of the year again. Students migrate from around the country as well as the globe in preparation for the fall semester. Whether traveling from down the street or from the other side of the world, traveling to school can fill anyone […]

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