USD reacts to the new Tu Mercado entrance and the promise of more changes

LAUREN VUJOVICH EDITOR IN CHIEF @lvujo The reconstruction of Tu Mercado has been just one of many changes recently on campus at the University of San Diego. Upon students’ return to school after winter break, they came across a new entrance to Tu Mercado; however, there have been more changes within the actual store besides […]

Stalking stress

SARAH BREWINGTON NEWS EDITOR @sgbrew42 Chills, chills and empathetic terror. I am talking about listening to Sandra Bullock’s 911 call that she made last year when she saw her stalker climb the stairs to her attic. She called 911 from a safe room in her closet. Her call reminds us that being stalked can happen […]

Torero Spotlight: Charger Girl Tyler Myerly

KAITLIN GOODHART FEATURE EDITOR @itsskg ALEXANDRIA FRANZ CONTRIBUTOR On April 4, 2015, the Charger Girls auditions began, in search of 28 talented girls to become part of their 2015-2016 team. The Charger Girls are known as one of professional sport’s most talented and respected cheer and dance teams. Many cheerleaders and dancers dream of becoming […]

App of the week: Bumble is changing the game

KAITLIN GOODHART FEATURE EDITOR @itsskg BROOKLYN DIPPO ASST. FEATURE EDITOR @brooklyndippo A trending new app has come to the University of San Diego. Released in November 2014, Bumble is a newly updated app to connect you to people around you. Much like Tinder, Bumble connects you to people in your area by swiping left, or […]

Take a chance, turn left on Linda Vista

Univeristy of San Diego students know little about what lies to the left of USD. BRIDGET VUONA CONTRIBUTOR Day after day, students are piling out of the University of San Diego wait at the light to turn right onto Linda Vista. While the average student spends the majority of his or her time on campus […]

Wait. It’s April?

KAITLIN GOODHART FEATURE EDITOR @itsskg Spring break has come and gone and now we are getting ready to make the final stretch toward finals and summer. We are  already halfway through April and it feels like it was January two weeks ago. Where did the semester go? Sure we still have six weeks but I […]

San Diego takes on the global market

BRIANNA HARRINGTON BUSINESS EDITOR @BNH1995 San Diego is a hub for innovative business, and thanks to a new initiative it will be pushed into a more competitive market. San Diego’s mayor, Kevin Faulconer, participated in a summit in La Jolla to put together a definitive plan to push San Diego into the global economy. The […]

Ask the Alumni: Waterproof Speakers

TAYLER REVIERE VERNINAS ASST. OPINION EDITOR The background music that enhances the memorable moments of life at the beach is an essential part of the ultimate San Diego experience. University of San Diego alum, Stevie Patsis, has created an exotic and useful bluetooth speaker for times like these to occur.  His company, Speaqua Sound Co., […]

Drought causes new water regulations

RACHEL TRUONG ASST. BUSINESS EDITOR California is suffering from its most severe drought since 2011. Numerous cities and farms across the state have suffered from the effects of the water shortage, which include food price inflation and lower crop yields. These issues have caused many organizations across the state, including city governments and universities, to […]

The Best Majors

BRIANNA HARRINGTON BUSINESS EDITOR @BNH1995 One of the most common worries before graduation is if we will be able to find jobs in the field that we want. With the current rates of unemployment and the economy the way it is, this is a reasonable concern. It is troubling to think that after we graduate […]