Op-Ed: One city, two teams

San Diego State slogan is an opportunist method of disregarding the Toreros’ success on the gridiron   Noah Hilton | Sports Editor | The USD Vista Once upon a time, the city of San Diego had three football teams. None were all that noteworthy — the National Football League’s Chargers made […]

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McFadden caps career

Longtime men’s soccer coach aims for more success in final year on the sidelines   Noah Hilton | Sports Editor | The USD Vista When Seamus McFadden first began working as the head coach of the University of San Diego men’s soccer team in 1979, those close to the program […]

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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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Behind the health center’s doors

Student Health Center provides healthcare to students, but some are dubious of its reliability Celina Tebor | Feature Editor | USD Vista Between the long lines at Aromas and the Mail Center lies the University of San Diego’s Student Health Center (SHC). Located in Maher 140, it serves as USD’s […]

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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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SIBC offers real-world experience

Student International Business Council is the only club on campus with a private endowment Celina Tebor | Feature Editor | USD Vista Students at the University of San Diego have a plethora of clubs and organizations to be involved in — from intramural sports to cultural clubs, it seems like […]

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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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For Padres, patience is a virtue

Noah Hilton | Sports Editor | The USD Vista Hometown Friars remain focused on bright future following lackluster 2017 campaign   From the opening pitch, the San Diego Padres were destined for a lackluster 2017 campaign.   The team made headlines during spring training in March, adding three players acquired through […]

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B.o.B to headline Big Blue Bash

Anderson Haigler | Arts&Culture Editor | The USD Vista Rapper set to turn back the clock this Friday for a throwback performance with opener Sage the Gemini After several suspenseful weeks, the performer for the homecoming concert has been announced and the artist may take Toreros back to their middle school days. […]

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