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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The coming and going of trams

Taryn Beaufort | Opinion Editor | The USD Vista University of San Diego students are no strangers to the tram system. Whether they use it to commute from Manchester to main campus or from the West Parking lot up the treacherous hill, the trams serve many purposes. In the past […]

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Student profile: Ramses Sanguino

Eight-year-old Ramses Sanguino is enrolled in a USD physics class   Celina Tebor | Feature Editor | USD Vista   Eight-year-old Ramses Sanguino can be seen strolling across campus with his mother like many other children on campus. But, there is one aspect that distinguishes him from the other children. […]

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Serra name change proposed

American Indian & Indigenous Student Organization lead the charge to change the name of Serra Hall   Celina Tebor | Feature Editor | USD Vista   Hundreds of Toreros pass Serra Hall daily, the home of classes, computer labs, and offices at the University of San Diego. However, most students […]

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Getting to the core of the ‘Core’

Taryn Beaufort | Opinion Editor | The USD Vista University of San Diego students are no strangers to core-curriculum classes, but the question of what the core curriculum does for a student’s education still remains. Students often wonder what they are supposed to take away from the variety of courses […]

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Math space to be remodeled

USD receives $1 million grant to expose students to the creative applications of mathematics Tyler Arden | Contributor | The USD Vista While most are familiar with the concept of an art studio, it might be harder to picture a math studio. Borrowing ideas from traditional art studios and design […]

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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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