A few days ago the President Joe Biden posted a graphic on his presidential Instagram, @potus, that stated, “Fully vaccinated people can go outdoors without a mask.” In the description he said, “Because of the extraordinary progress we’ve made in the fight … [Read more] about Take the Mask off, or Keep it on?
As the year slowly comes to an end, it is time to welcome our new SGA President, Matthew Holgate, for the incoming academic school year of 2021-2022. Get to know your new President and what he plans to do for you this upcoming year. Please … [Read more] about Q&A: SGA President Matthew Holgate
The novel coronavirus has undoubtedly created many difficult challenges for people across the world — even for people at Vanguard University of Southern California. The way student life and other activities related to Vanguard's campus had to change. One … [Read more] about President-ing through a Pandemic
Your New Favorite Secret Weapon In this time of the school year filled with online zoom calls, inconsistent sleep schedules, and daunting finals, we all could use a little extra help. What if I told you that there was something safe and natural that could … [Read more] about Aromatherapy: New Tool To Fight Finals With?
With his Presidency now sadly coming to an end, two term Student Government President Joe Contreras, can only imagine what the future holds for him. Before his term ends, get to know your beloved President with this Q & A and see what his plans are for the … [Read more] about Q&A: SGA President Joe Contreras
With Vanguard’s latest announcement to transition to in-person learning for the fall semester of 2021, students are in the midst of emotions. Some are excited to be going back to see friends after a long year. Meanwhile, others are concerned if their anxiety … [Read more] about Are students ready to go back to Vanguard?
Big news for California: We are in the Red Tier! What does this mean for Vanguard? Campus will be having more activity in the next few months. From just relaxing in the Caf to watching events like Mock Rock. And next semester has given the option to have most … [Read more] about Student Thoughts On Vanguard Slowly Opening
Ever since the COVID pandemic started, masks have been a constant tool in daily life. We as a society have gone from questioning whether it's necessary to deciding which one goes best with our outfit. Now that a year has passed since we started having to wear … [Read more] about I Forgot My Mask!
In a matter of weeks, our lives went from in-person to remote, from living on campus to having to move out of our dorms, from playing the sports we love to calling it a season early, from living freely and hanging out in big groups to sheltering in place. As … [Read more] about Coronaversary: A Look Back
These past few months have seriously turned and treated each person differently. One of the many questions often heard is about the spiritual world. For some, the thought of a person above us has not changed at all despite the circumstances. Others may have … [Read more] about Student’s thoughts on God and Doubts
Study habits during the pandemic may look very different than what they would have pre-COVID. Many students were adjusted to camping in the library or taking a visit to the local Starbucks or MoonGoat Coffee. This was all taken away when the university closed, … [Read more] about How can you improve your study habits?
Valentine's Day is always met with mixed opinions. Whether you think it is an important day to express your love for your significant other, or you think one should treat their significant other like royalty all days of the year, it's often met with … [Read more] about Best Local Valentine’s Dates
Thousands of people are plagued with the belief that they are not an artist and could never become one. Little do they know, there has been an artist within them their whole life. You have muffled your artistic voice by setting an unreachable standard of … [Read more] about How to Free your Inner Artist
Students used to crowd into a sanctuary with hands raised high in worship, but now they can only do so virtually by attending up to seven chapel services with the single click of a button. Online Chapel experiences this fall semester have become the new normal … [Read more] about Watching Worship: Distanced Learning Chapel