At Vanguard, your story matters. So, I decided to tell some of the quarantine stories of Vanguard students and staff. I myself have barely been affected by this quarantine because of how introverted I am. With everyone home 24/7, my room is the one place I can attend class Zooms in. I am currently unemployed, so I'm not looking forward to trying to find a job in the middle of a pandemic. We celebrated my mom’s birthday during the quarantine … [Read more] about Your Quarantine Stories Matter
The students have spoken. Right upfront, it looks like the new student center is a smashing success. Half the people say the food is not better, but most seem to like the new space. In 2019, The Voice reported on the student center’s then-upcoming Bruce … [Read more] about Students React: New Caf
Vanguard University’s new Student Center is nearing completion. With it comes a new café and a dining model, according to Vice President for Student Affairs & Campus Operations, Tim Young. According to Young’s school-wide email sent on Nov. 11, the … [Read more] about New Student Center Brings New Meal System
Short on cash? There are many things that students can do to have fun without spending a lot, ranging from student discounts and free products to cheap events and locations. Do you want to see the newest movie without breaking the bank? Triangle Square’s … [Read more] about Money Hacks for the Short on Cash
When it is time to get a new phone, many iPhone users just get another iPhone. Here are some reasons why I believe you should make an Android your next phone instead. (Warning: If not having iMessage is a dealbreaker, be ready to give that up for an … [Read more] about Should Your Next Phone be iPhone or Android?
The ABLE club seeks to use outreach events to raise awareness and advocacy for those with disabilities through outreach events. According to Kerry Kimble, club founder and staff leader, ABLE stands for awareness, boldness, leadership, empowerment. It is … [Read more] about ABLE Makes Mission to Break Disability Stigma
Campus Public Safety’s host of new security improvements and classes will address student concerns and increase student engagement. In semesters past, Campus Safety has received students complaints that the Catalina parking lot was too dark and insecure, … [Read more] about Campus Safety adds improvements to address concerns