The city of Solvang, located about 35 miles north of Santa Barbara, is known as “The Danish Capital of America." During a visit to Solvang this season, i scoped out the best places to see for tourists and adventurers. First on the list was Paula’s Pancake … [Read more] about A Day in Solvang
As Thanksgiving ends, so the holiday season begins for many Americans across the states, but for students at Vanguard University, what exactly makes it feel like the holidays? According to Weatherspark, the weather at Costa Mesa ranges from sunny to partly … [Read more] about Christmas Senses
What’s New with Nursing?
Have you ever seen a nursing student just sitting around, relaxing, and not talking about medical terminology at Vanguard? Chances are you have not. Nursing students have extremely busy schedules that include long classes, clinicals at local hospitals, … [Read more] about What’s New with Nursing?
Are Students Going to Vote?
The next upcoming election for US Senators is set for Tuesday, November 8, 2022, but just how important is it for students at Vanguard University to participate in this next election? Considering the past presidential election and the controversies that arose … [Read more] about Are Students Going to Vote?
Goodbye Summer, Hello Fall: How to Shift to a Slower Pace During the Fall Season
By Isabella Perez on Oct. 13, 2022 at 5pm The summer season is known to be a time of frequent travel, spending time with friends and family, and soaking up every second of free time. Although this is a much awaited time of the year, I find myself … [Read more] about Goodbye Summer, Hello Fall: How to Shift to a Slower Pace During the Fall Season
A Final Look Into Senior Hannah Navarro’s VU Experience
Following four unbelievably blessed years at Vanguard University, Senior Hannah Navarro shares a bit of her experience with us before she graduates. Navarro has attended Vanguard University for four years and in her words, “wouldn’t trade it for the world”. … [Read more] about A Final Look Into Senior Hannah Navarro’s VU Experience
Hispanic Heritage Month
By Theresa Nguyen on September 29th, 2022 at 10:31 a.m. From September 15th to October 15th, Vanguard University’s El Puente is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month through a variety of culture-honoring events. “We want to celebrate students,” … [Read more] about Hispanic Heritage Month
Graduating as a Music Education Major at VU- Featuring Calista Domingcil
Music is one of the most loved arts and hobbies of this generation. Whether it comes from pop singers at outdoor concerts or playing a Spotify playlist in the car, music tends to be an escape and beautiful art to many. Instead of seeking a performing career, … [Read more] about Graduating as a Music Education Major at VU- Featuring Calista Domingcil
When God Says GO: Studying Abroad
By Isabella Perez on April 22nd, 2022 at 8:30pm Vanguard University history major Imogen Buttcane-Hibbert unveils the memories of her experience studying abroad in Europe last fall. For a total of 16 weeks, she along with a few other students travelled to … [Read more] about When God Says GO: Studying Abroad
Senior Spotlight: The Vanguard Voice’s Graduating Editor-in-Chief
After a series of obstacles that lead to great achievements, graduating senior Emily Davis has persevered through the constant growth of the journalism department through her tenure as The Vanguard Voice’s Editor-in-Chief (2021-2022). Graduating with a degree … [Read more] about Senior Spotlight: The Vanguard Voice’s Graduating Editor-in-Chief
My Final Article
This is the final hardcopy issue The Vanguard Voice will publish this semester, and it is also the last issue in which I will be Editor-in-Chief. In Spring of 2020. I registered for ENGL 319: Publishing: Newspaper for the first time. I expected to write for … [Read more] about My Final Article
Are Disneyland Employees Treated Fairly?
Disneyland, the happiest place on earth, where children run around and meet their inspiring favorite characters; Parents get an adrenaline rush from riding rollercoasters and stuffing themselves with junk food galore; Teenagers get to feel like children for a … [Read more] about Are Disneyland Employees Treated Fairly?
What it Means to Run for Student Government… and Lose
In my opinion, one of the most challenging things a person can do is present themselves in front of a group of people to woo them. To woo is defined by the Oxford dictionary as, “seeking the favor, support, or custom of.” Yet every year, a group of students … [Read more] about What it Means to Run for Student Government… and Lose
What Vanguard University Students Do For Fun
Orange County is known for its beautiful beaches and great weather that attracts crowds from all areas around the world. In a recent poll done on Instagram, Vanguard University of Southern California students responded to a series of questions regarding what … [Read more] about What Vanguard University Students Do For Fun
Interview101 – Dress to Impress
Picture this, your first job interview is in a half an hour and you're scrambling in your room trying to put together an outfit. You're struggling because you understand just how important first impressions are and you want to put your best foot forward. Well, … [Read more] about Interview101 – Dress to Impress