By Emily Miller Currently in the United States, Native American and Alaskan Native women face a disproportionate amount of gender-based violence, mostly perpetrated by non-Native men. The federal laws and Supreme Court decisions regarding tribal … [Read more] about The Epidemic of Violence Against Native American Women
VU Living Well holds Samson’s Swap, a free clothing shop, every Thursday outside of Smith Hall. Living Well has served students of Vanguard University for years, offering resources from a food pantry to Samson’s career closet. This year, they introduced a … [Read more] about Thrifty Thursdays at Samson’s Closet
By Emily Miller On Thursday, October 20th, Vanguard University’s Live2Free club held their 7th annual Fair Trade Fashion Show. Live2Free and the Global Center for Women and Justice partnered alongside Goodwill of Orange County, the Human Trafficking Task … [Read more] about Live2Free’s 7th Annual Fair Trade Fashion Show
On Thursday September 29, 2022, Vanguard University’s History and Political Science department held a Childhood Cancer Awareness Event where speakers from different non-profit cancer organizations spoke about their testimonies and involvement with the fight … [Read more] about Childhood Cancer Awareness Event
In California, the constitutional right to abortion may protect its residents, but questions remain around what effect the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade will have on protecting students coming in from out-of-state as well. Young people … [Read more] about Supreme Court Overturns Roe vs. Wade
This semester, for the first time ever, the Department of Biological Sciences at Vanguard University is starting a chapter of TriBeta, the National Biological Honor Society. This will be the first time that biology students at Vanguard will have the … [Read more] about First Ever Biology Honor Society at Vanguard University
On September 7th at 4 p.m., Vanguard’s veteran students and their new Coordinator of Veteran Affairs, Chris Caroll, opened the new Veterans Resource Center (VRC). The VRC is located in the Mahlone E. Layne building, in room 123. It offers a plethora of … [Read more] about Vanguard’s Veterans: A New Space for Community
Welcome Week is the second largest event on campus, next to graduation. It is a new student orientation, the weekend before classes start. This is a program that helps students transition into a university setting. Welcome Week encompasses learning about the … [Read more] about Welcome Week 2022
Vanguard’s campus is ever-changing. In person-classes have returned, the freshman class has reached a record-breaking size, and construction has begun for the brand new Freed Center for Leadership and Service. Amidst all the chaos, Vanguard’s Student … [Read more] about SGA has Big Plans!
One way to easily get involved in a causal and more intimate setting is in small groups. Every fall Vanguard University offers small groups, both an opportunity to volunteer as a leader or just to sign up as an attendee. These groups usually each have a unique … [Read more] about Small Groups at VU!
The Writing Center is a resource on campus that is included with your tuition costs. It is a place where undergraduate and graduate students are able to bring their writing and receive feedback on formatting, content, flow, organization, and much more. The … [Read more] about The Writing Center
Residential students of Vanguard University are required to purchase a meal plan, granting them a set amount of meals and dining dollars to be used at the Bruce Lindsay Café, affectionately deemed the Caf, and Dr. Ben’s Coffee Bar. The standard meal plan … [Read more] about Show Me the Money: Dining Dollars
The students at Vanguard University are notorious for being coffee shop connoisseurs. It is almost impossible to walk into a local Orange County coffee shop and not run into a fellow Lion. The truth is, the coffee shop connoisseurs that graze our campus did … [Read more] about Top 3 Local Coffee Shops Voted by VU Lions
Costa Mesa, Ca - Vanguard University's Communication Department has grown into an involved environment with students passionate in concentrations expanding from Public Relations to the Film Industry. The Communication Department is excited to announce a … [Read more] about Redevelopment in the Communications Department
In the Bible, Matthew 28:19-20 reads, “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to … [Read more] about Summer 2022 Outreach Trips