Since the start of the pandemic in 2020, antisemitic hate crimes and social media has increased globally. This includes physical and verbal assault, vandalism, the spreading of Nazi hate symbols, antisemitic social media posts, antisemitic beliefs and … [Read more] about Increasing Antisemitism During COVID-19 Pandemic
Homelessness in Costa Mesa
Whether you’ve resided in Costa Mesa for years, or have recently moved to the area, homeless is something you have probably witnessed. Instead of turning away and avoiding the discomfort that may come when seeing a homeless person, let’s attempt to assess the … [Read more] about Homelessness in Costa Mesa
Is Space Travel Worth the Cost?
According to NASA Associate Administrator for Communications Bettina Inclán in a news conference, over ten million people turned on their televisions, computers, phones, and any other device that could stream and on May 30, 2020, they all watched the first … [Read more] about Is Space Travel Worth the Cost?
Celebrating 20 years of Pursuing Music
Teaching music initially was not Joni Prado’s career choice, but more of a side hobby. She never really intended to study music. Little did Joni Prado would find herself 20 years later, teaching music to university students and sharing her joy of music to … [Read more] about Celebrating 20 years of Pursuing Music
Welcoming the Lions Arena!
On Jan. 5, 2022, it was announced to the students that the Lions Arena will be built in replacement of The Pit. This arena will be three stories tall, with 60,000 square footage. The Pit will be removed during the summer of 2022, with the hope that the arena … [Read more] about Welcoming the Lions Arena!
So Close, Yet So Far
Vanguard University senior and Communications/Public Relations major Kayla Limón expresses her thoughts on being so near to graduation. As she reflects on her four year college experience, she mentions her freshman year being the most memorable. She quotes, “I … [Read more] about So Close, Yet So Far
The Scarcity of English Majors
From informative essays, to dramatic poetry, to hard-hitting newspaper articles, English majors write in a variety of ways, entrancing readers with their words. They study literature influenced by culture, politics, time periods, and authors’ personal lives, … [Read more] about The Scarcity of English Majors
Meet Gianna Holiday
Vanguard University of Southern California is home to many talented students. This year, Vanguard became home to a new student, Gianna Holiday. Gianna Holiday is a senior transfer who is projected to graduate in the Spring of 2022. Holiday is, like any other … [Read more] about Meet Gianna Holiday
Celebrating Lunar New Year
On February 2, 2022, the Asian and Pacific Islander Club (APIC) at Vanguard University celebrated Lunar New Year, an important holiday in many Asian cultures. “The purpose of celebrating Lunar New Year is to reflect on the past year while also welcoming the … [Read more] about Celebrating Lunar New Year
Vanguard’s New(ish) Cafe
The “new” Bruce Lindsay café has been open for over a year. The Bruce Lindsay Café replaced the old cafe and Samson’s Café. The new opening promised more food options and a better dining area for students. In a post from Vanguard University’s website, it … [Read more] about Vanguard’s New(ish) Cafe
A Different Way to Learn
This past semester has brandished its own set of unique challenges for students across the country. The return to on campus learning has forced students to restructure the way they’ve been learning over the past year and swiftly adjust to the demands of their … [Read more] about A Different Way to Learn
Being Vegan on a College Campus
Vanguard University’s ‘Bon Appetit’ cafeteria serves to satisfy students of various different dietary preferences. In a recent interview via email with Katy Cvitanich; Vanguard University’s Bon Appetit General Manager, more information is given about the … [Read more] about Being Vegan on a College Campus
Staying Close To God: Stress and Busyness
As we students approach this season of high stress and busyness with finals week around the corner, and a new semester drawing near, we are faced with the struggle of leaning into Jesus when we feel like we have no time for anything. Despite the words that … [Read more] about Staying Close To God: Stress and Busyness
What Can We Do With Denominational Conflict?
We all have encountered different Christian denominations along our own spiritual journey, and may have even been a part of multiple as we develop as believers. Each denomination has its key qualities and attributes that make it distinct. The Pentecostals' use … [Read more] about What Can We Do With Denominational Conflict?
Forensic Psychology at Vanguard
Do you like crime shows? Have you considered going into the justice system? Are you interested in the inner workings of a serial killers' tactics? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then Vanguard University has a course for you! Dr. Carlos … [Read more] about Forensic Psychology at Vanguard