A college Christmas story

Taryn Beaufort | Opinion Editor | The USD Vista ​ Perry Como sang it best, “There is no place like home for the holidays.” Some University of San Diego students may agree with Como, but instead most will be studying away for finals until Dec. 22 — only three days […]

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Tree lights the darkness

First campus Christmas tree lighting offers a deeper message for this holiday season Tayler Reviere Verninas | Editor in Chief | The USD Vista Torero Program Board (TPB) kicked off its annual Winter Wonderland with the first Christmas Tree Lighting at the Paseo de Colachis overlook on Tuesday, Nov. 28. […]

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Sockers worth a second look

San Diego’s most accomplished professional sports team offers great value for local fans   Sunit Bhakta | Contributor | The USD Vista Soccer may not seem as big in the United States as it does in other countries around the world. However, it is among the fastest growing sports in […]

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Football falls in Fargo again

For the second year in a row, Toreros’ playoff run ended by FCS juggernaut North Dakota State   Eric Boose | Contributor | The USD Vista Last Saturday’s Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) playoff game featured a familiar opponent, and yielded a familiar result. For the second year in a row, […]

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Student art show for all

Students of all majors and artistic backgrounds display their art in the Humanities Center Anderson Haigler | A&C Editor | The USD Vista Last Thursday, USD students had the chance to showcase their artwork at the Humanities Center in Serra Hall. The event,  organized by the Humanities Center Student Board, gave […]

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Hoops stumbles vs. rival Aztecs

Poor shooting plagues Toreros as team’s undefeated start to season ends in city championship   Noah Hilton | Sports Editor | The USD Vista Last Thursday night opened with a level of anticipation rarely seen around the Jenny Craig Pavilion. The two best college basketball teams in America’s Finest City […]

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