Travel abroad for a dual degree

USD has partnered with international universities to offer an 11-month degree in business Tyler Arden | Contributor | The USD Vista   For many students, the thought of adding a second major to their degree is a daunting one. However, through a new program offered by the University of San […]

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Alumni turn passion into product

Engineering graduates, Scott Matthews and Chris Szczur, see their college idea become a reality Nicole Kuhn | Assistant News Editor | The USD Vista Dyno Equipment, a product created by alumni Scott Matthews and Chris Szczur, is the first product to ever come out of Donald’s Garage. Shiley-Marcos School of […]

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On-campus employment at USD

 Sarah Brewington | News Editor | @sgbrew42 Many college students look for jobs to help buffer the burden of some of their college expenses. Some students search for on-campus employment. For students attending the University of San Diego (USD), this can turn into a heavy competition due to the number […]

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Finding a job as an undergraduate

Sam Weinstein | Feature Editor College is an exciting time full of firsts: first roommates, first time in a new city, first time buying your own groceries, and, for many, first jobs. Finding a job can be a daunting task, but with the assistance of school resources you can get […]

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USD ranked third for entrepreneurship

Henley Doherty | Asst. Business Editor The USD School of Business Administration (USD-SBA) has been ranked as having the third best Masters of Business Administration Entrepreneurial Program in the world by the Financial Times, an international business publication. The rankings included ten schools in total. The only schools ranked higher […]

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San Diego takes on the global market

BRIANNA HARRINGTON BUSINESS EDITOR @BNH1995 San Diego is a hub for innovative business, and thanks to a new initiative it will be pushed into a more competitive market. San Diego’s mayor, Kevin Faulconer, participated in a summit in La Jolla to put together a definitive plan to push San Diego […]

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Ask the Alumni: Waterproof Speakers

TAYLER REVIERE VERNINAS ASST. OPINION EDITOR The background music that enhances the memorable moments of life at the beach is an essential part of the ultimate San Diego experience. University of San Diego alum, Stevie Patsis, has created an exotic and useful bluetooth speaker for times like these to occur.  […]

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Drought causes new water regulations

RACHEL TRUONG ASST. BUSINESS EDITOR California is suffering from its most severe drought since 2011. Numerous cities and farms across the state have suffered from the effects of the water shortage, which include food price inflation and lower crop yields. These issues have caused many organizations across the state, including […]

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The Best Majors

BRIANNA HARRINGTON BUSINESS EDITOR @BNH1995 One of the most common worries before graduation is if we will be able to find jobs in the field that we want. With the current rates of unemployment and the economy the way it is, this is a reasonable concern. It is troubling to […]

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