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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Holding out for homecoming

Victoria Zielinski | Asst. Opinion Editor | The USD Vista Former and current Toreros are eagerly gearing up for this weekend’s Homecoming and Family Weekend from Oct. 12-15.   At the University of San Diego in past years, this has meant a concert, tailgate, and football game. These traditions may […]

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Honoring the Kumeyaay

On this year’s California Native American Day, the University of San Diego held a rededication of the Kumeyaay Garden to remind the community that  the campus sits on  territory of the Kumeyaay Nation. Attendees of the event on Sept. 22 felt that being present was imperative to acknowledge the Native […]

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Hepatitis A getting close to home

A recent outbreak of hepatitis A (HAV) hit close to home this month. According to the University of San Diego Student Health Center, students were potentially exposed to the virus at the Pacific Beach restaurant, World Famous.  Kimberly Woodruff, Supervising Physician of the USD Student Health Center, explained the current […]

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