Sunday, April 23, 2017

11th Annual Cherry Blossom Festival at Japanese Friendship Gardens

Location: Japanese Friendship Gardens Time: 3/5-Sunday 3/6, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. With spring hitting this side of the coast a little faster than most, here’s an opportunity to officially commemorate the start of the new season....

Triton Engineering Student Council Date Auction

With the stress of midterms looming over your head, the realization that spring break is over a month away, and the fact that Coachella tickets are sold out already, there’s not much to look forward to during winter quarter. Not to mention that UCSD’s reputation for its lackluster dating scene has left you sexually frustrated. However, finding a date just got a lot easier.

Latte Night Throwdowns

Wednesday Night Throwdown Wednesday, May 6 6:30 p.m. Muir Woods Coffee House Thursday Night Throwdown Thursday, May 7 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Dark Horse Coffee Roasters 811 25th Street, San Diego For three seasons, San Diego Coffee Network...

Trails and Tribulations: UCSD’s Guide to the Outside World

Every so often, UCSD students decide to venture out of Geisel Library and experience this thing called “nature.” Never heard of it? Well, fear not, the UCSD Guardian is here to explain this incredible...

Camp Pendleton: Get Your “Halo” On

If you’ve spent most of your college years honing your pseudo-warrior skills with video games like “Call of Duty-Modern Warfare 2”, it’s time to crank it up a notch and head over to Camp Pendleton — for paintball, that is. About a 40-minute drive north, hidden eight miles inside the navy base and open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., this paintball park has the intensity and realism only a United States Marine base can offer.

Janurary Caffeine Digest

Caffeine Crawl SD January 22-24, 2016 Water may be the source of all life, but coffee is what makes living worthwhile. Arguably, booze comes at a close second, but at least coffee keeps humanity relatively conscious....

Cinco de Mayo 2013

Step aside from school and see what San Diego has to offer for its annual celebration of culture, independence and an honest tequila.

It’s Happy Hour

When you’re strapped for cash but still looking for a good deal on food & drink, look no further than the various bars and restaurants in the San Diego area. Take a sip and...

The New Standard at MCASD

Sponsored and supported by Qualcomm Foundation, California Arts Council, the ResMed Foundation, the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Education Programs and the Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation, to name a few, A New Standard is...

Site Seen: Cirque du Sixth

It’s a typical Saturday night. Midterms are not close enough for the cramming craze to begin, and you’re frankly over the weekly bar-and-tacos run with your buds. For one night, remove yourself from your usual ritual and make your way to a mystical event by attending Sixth College’s annual semi-formal, Cirque du Sixth.

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