A hard pill to swallow

Trump’s rollback surrounding birth control affects students and faculty on campus Nicole Kuhn | Assistant News Editor | The USD Vista On Oct. 6, the Trump Administration made a decision that could affect 62 million women in the US. The  Department of Health and Human Services declared that the pill […]

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Weinstein accusations develop

Sexual harassment allegations against Hollywood producer flood the media Nicole Kuhn | Assistant News Editor | The USD Vista Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, known for directing movies such as “Kill Bill” and “Tulip Fever,” allegedly sexually assaulted 40 women over the course of his career. The accusations swirling around Harvey […]

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Homelessness Rising

According to San Diego’s Health and Human Services Agency, in 2017 there has been a Hepatitis A outbreak in San Diego that is affecting the homeless. Most of the people who have contracted Hepatitis A are homeless and/or illicit drug users, although there are some cases in which they have […]

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Should professors talk politics?

Last week, 60 students and faculty members gathered around the fountain outside of Maher to discuss political and social issues. The discussion covered topics from the immigration ban, indigenous peoples, and the need for democracy. While the discussion was open to the public and all points of view, some students […]

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President Harris inaugurated

SARAH BREWINGTON | NEWS EDITOR | THE USD VISTA While this first week of December marked the last month of the semester for many students, it marked the official beginning of President Harris’ leadership. In a swell of anticipation the crowded seats on the floor of the Jenny Craig Pavilion […]

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