Monday, August 21, 2017

Pre-Poll…

It’s that time again — pumpkin spice lattes, Ugg boots, warm fireplaces, flannels and Election Day. Maybe the anticipation for this day has been a touch too overwhelming, but don’t worry, Lifestyle has a...

Sleepy Students: Where to Nap On Campus

As a commuter, it can take anywhere from 10 minutes to over an hour to get home from campus. This may leave you asking the important question: “How can I take my much-needed naps?”...

Bang For Your Buck

Step one into (actual) adulthood — moving off-campus and coming to terms with monthly rent, utility bills and, shockingly enough, paying for Wi-Fi. Unless this means moving into your nearest Starbucks and taking advantage...

Self-Care — Selfish or Quintessential?

Balancing four classes, two jobs, an unpaid internship, an extracurricular club — all on top of managing finances, relationships, applications for even more jobs, grad schools and research opportunities? Sound too familiar? Unfortunately, this...

SoCal Healthy Living on a Budget

Love living in SoCal, but hate the excessive spending necessary to keep up with the latest trends? Here are some cheaper alternatives to your favorite fads that will leave you feeling just as great. Yogi...

Coffee Shop of the Week

Duet Coffee House // 6526 El Cajon Blvd San Diego, CA 92115//M-F 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Sat-Sun 8 a.m.-7 p.m. $ 3.5/5 A duet is typically performed by two entities, and this coffee shop does not fall short of...

Tara Travels: A Look at Croatia

The Southern European country of Croatia is truly a hidden gem. Surrounded by inviting, yet secluded, islands and packed with expansive, green national parks, Croatia has beauty at every corner. A place yet to be...

Triton to Watch: Kayley Cox, Travel Blogger and Creator of “The Earth is Full”

It’s no surprise media is the ultimate sharing and collective experience. For Kayley Cox — a Thurgood Marshall College senior graduating this spring, majoring in molecular biology and minoring in literature writing — the...

UCSD Art Installations with Symbolic Statements

Art Installations with Symbolic Statements by: Brittney Lu In MCASD’s newest collection, we’ve discovered what San Diego had to offer during the 1960-80s’ inclusion of art within a political narrative. So what about campus today?...

The Uses of Photography: Art, Politics and the Reinvention of a Medium

The Uses of Photography: Art, Politics and the Reinvention of a Medium Featured at MCASD La Jolla (700 Prospect Street Sun-Sat 11 a.m.-5 p.m., closed Wednesdays) by: Brittney Lu Opening last Friday night, Museum of Contemporary Art...