Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Site Seen: Asian Night Market

Attending UCSD means surrounding yourself with a student body that is nearly one-half Asian. The “Global Bowls” on campus may give an introduction to Asian cuisine, but it doesn’t quite hit the mark.

Around the World in One (Restaurant) Week

With 180 participating eateries, San Diego Restaurant Week is the culinary world encapsulated. Sit back, relax and let the Guardian take you on your next gastronomic adventure.     1. MEXICO: Blind Burro Location: 639 J...

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.

Travel Guide 2014

                  As Spring Break approaches and we trek further on to the end of our academic year, the sun rises in places other than La Jolla. Here’s a small taste of where else you could...

Small Town Vibes: Julian

Just an hour away, Julian is the perfect “daycation” for those seeking a bit of Autumn.

Site Seen: San Diego Velodrome Association ‘VeloSwap’ Bicycle Swap Meet

Next Sunday, Nov. 6 the San Diego Velodrome Association will hold its semi-annual VeloSwap, SoCal’s largest bicycle swap meet.

One Sewing Machine – One Million Personalities

Stories are told in all mediums — from epic film biopics to nonsensical haikus — but for UCSD alumnus and current UCSD InterVarsity staff member Darren Oei, the stories he tells are interwoven into...

Summer Activities

Throw on your swimsuit, slather on some sunscreen, and kick off summer by escaping into the great outdoors with these activities.

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.

Site Seen: Beer, Babes and Brats: Oktoberfest in San Diego

Toss on your dirndl, crank up that Schlager and Prost — it’s Oktoberfest! Although the traditional celebration of Oktoberfest (or “die Wies’n,” to the European originators) ended with the first weekend of October, San Diego...