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 brand-new concentration and minor being offered in the Fall 2022 semester: Sports Media minor and Health Communications concentration. The Sport Media minor will be open to student in all … [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
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
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
Romanticizing fame and fortune has always been at the core of American culture, but in the past few years this model of thinking has reached new peaks. Society has been heavily promoting influencer culture on major mainstream platforms such as YouTube, where … [Read more] about An Influencer’s Reality
The growing controversy of COVID-19 protocols presented by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been characterized by the rising rejection and falsification of COVID-19 vaccination cards. The cards were first introduced in December of 2020 … [Read more] about The Rise of Fraudulent COVID-19 Vaccination Cards
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?
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
Since the 1970’s video games have cemented themselves into the pillars of mainstream popularity. The industry has grown and branched out in countless ways, spreading to multiple areas of entertainment such as arcade machines, consoles, and PC gaming. Video … [Read more] about Can Video Games Be Properly Represented in Hollywood Cinema?
In just several years, cryptocurrencies have become a major staple in the world of investments and digital economies. Bitcoin was the first to risse, and it soon spawned a plethora of digital currencies that people all over the world have begun investing in. … [Read more] about NFT’s: Crypto’s New Craze
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
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
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
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
If you have not heard, the Global Center for Women and Justice is a department on campus that raises awareness of many issues such as human trafficking. Throughout the year, they put on several events that allow students to learn more about such issues as well … [Read more] about Dinner and Dialogue