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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A Night of Stories for Peace

USD graduate students create event to challenge the community’s perspectives of immigration Tayler Reviere Verninas | Editor in Chief | USD Vista On Wednesday, Nov. 29, Kroc School graduate students at the University of San Diego created a special edition of My Story,  an event where speakers from the community […]

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Football tested, not tried in win

Toreros overcome slow start to top Drake University behind explosive offense, Petersen’s historic day   Noah Hilton | Sports Editor | The USD Vista With three minutes to go in the first half of Saturday’s home match-up with Drake University, the University of San Diego was in an unfamiliar position: an […]

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The most for students’ money

Several factors considered when selecting a college and achieving postgrad success Tayler Reviere Verninas | Editor in Chief | The USD Vista As new data emerges, studies have found that prestigious universities do not always guarantee the highest-earning graduates. The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) recently released an article about which […]

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College takes on Halloween

Taryn Beaufort | Opinion Editor | The USD Vista Halloween is right around the corner, which brings excitement to people of all ages, including University of San Diego students. The holiday may no longer be filled with trick-or-treating from door-to-door for Toreros, but that doesn’t stop them from celebrating. As […]

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Communications consolidated

Victoria Zielinski | Asst. Opinion Editor | The USD Vista At the University of San Diego, students are bombarded with emails from various parts of campus  — facilities, guest speakers, campus event announcements, and more all send emails straight to inboxes for students to sort through. This fall brought a […]

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Making room for expression

Lilyana Espinoza | News Editor | The USD Vista Students discuss the pros and cons of safe spaces within USD’s campus Colleges worldwide have become divided through differences of opinion. This is especially seen in reactions from students when controversial speakers have appeared on their campuses. Earlier this year, riots […]

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Managing a stressful semester

Between juggling a full course load and getting involved in activities on campus, it’s no wonder that students can begin to feel a bit overwhelmed. Luckily, there are a multitude of resources available on campus to help students cope with their stress in healthy ways. According to the American Institute […]

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First-year class closer than ever

Incoming class grows in size, requiring some students into flex rooms Preparing to move into college is a stressful process, but finding out you’ve been placed in a dorm made for two people with furniture for three can throw off any first-year student. With an unusually large class of first-year […]

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