Black Friday Remorse

Diego Luna | The USD Vista | @diegotothemoon Black Friday is an annual delight for brick-and-mortar retailers in the hopes of giving their bottom lines a boost in the year’s final weeks. Notice that I didn’t say Black Friday lasts only one day, because nowadays it doesn’t. Black Friday sales used  to begin early Friday […]

Google’s Smart Reply

HENLEY DOHERTY | ASST. BUSINESS EDITOR | THE USD VISTA If you get tired of typing out responses to the many emails you receive each day from professors, bosses, and others, fear not: Google has developed a new automatic reply service that will make responding to emails a cinch. According to Wired, Google has released […]

Fiat’s New Perk: Free College Tuition

DIEGO LUNA | BUSINESS EDITOR | THE USD VISTA |@DIEGOTOTHEMOON Italian-American automobile manufacturer Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is offering free tuition at a for-profit college to about 700,000 U.S. dealer employees. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is currently the seventh largest automaker in the world. Their new Degrees@Work program was put in place in an effort to […]

Finding a job as an undergraduate

Sam Weinstein | Feature Editor College is an exciting time full of firsts: first roommates, first time in a new city, first time buying your own groceries, and, for many, first jobs. Finding a job can be a daunting task, but with the assistance of school resources you can get your resume out there in […]

USD ranked third for entrepreneurship

Henley Doherty | Asst. Business Editor The USD School of Business Administration (USD-SBA) has been ranked as having the third best Masters of Business Administration Entrepreneurial Program in the world by the Financial Times, an international business publication. The rankings included ten schools in total. The only schools ranked higher than USD Stanford University at […]

USD welcomes new dean for the School of Business Administration

Brianna Harrington| Business Editor| @bnharrington    The University of San Diego (USD) is ushering in the new academic year with a new dean of the School of Business Administration (SBA). Jaime Alonso Gómez, PhD, was appointed the new dean for this year. Gómez earned his doctorate in applied economics and managerial science from The Wharton […]

On-campus employment at USD

 Sarah Brewington | News Editor | @sgbrew42 Many college students look for jobs to help buffer the burden of some of their college expenses. Some students search for on-campus employment. For students attending the University of San Diego (USD), this can turn into a heavy competition due to the number of students in work study […]

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 […]