After twelve months of marijuana being legal in California, reasons for the rules against the substance at JPCatholic are made clear. Continue reading Think Twice about Going Green in College
You may have seen him cleaning up Grape Day Park, selling flowers, or spinning a sign for Kettle Coffee and Tea; his name is Dan the Man, and is known by many as an Escondido legend. Continue reading Meeting God Changed Escondido Man’s Life
Director of Campus Ministry Austin Schneider talks about his plans for community service outreach at JPCatholic. Continue reading Revamping Community Service
In the midst of Oktoberfests, Day of The Dead celebrations, and endless Halloween shindigs, other lesser known gaieties are often shoved under the rug or forgotten about. But fortunately, thanks to the Polish Mission of San Diego, that is not the case for SD Polish Americans. This weekend, October 12-14, St. Maximilian Parish of Pacific Beach hosted its annual Polish Festival, of which I had the great privilege of attending. Continue reading Polish Festival San Diego 2018
We in Escondido, often lacking in autumn traditions shared by the colder regions of the country, grow restless for a seasonal activity of our own. Luckily for those twenty-one and over, Escondido’s Stone Brewing Company offers just that with its Halloween Movie Nights, nicknamed Ghouls in the Garden. Continue reading Stone Brewing Halloween Movie Nights
California Burritos are one of Southern California’s delicacies. A large burrito typically contains carne asada, french fries, sour cream, cheese, guacamole, and pico. Here is a list of the top five California burritos in Escondido based on price, quality, quantity, and convenience. Continue reading Top Five California Burritos in Escondido
The Summer Quarter is ending and students are starting to pack their belongings for storage. There are some storage units in the area that may be great to check out. Continue reading Storing Your Stuff in Escondido
Finals week is just around the corner, and let’s be real, the impending sense of doom has heightened exponentially as we face not only finals but another move out weekend. Whether we are moving our stuff back home, to a storage unit, or the car, there is packing that needs to get done. If you are stressed about the amount of stuff you are going to have to lug through hallways and down staircases, consider downsizing. Here are several ways to lessen the number of boxes you have to move. Continue reading Sell Stuff, Make Money, Move Easily.
The JPCatholic Ultimate Club is provides one of the more popular events at the university. Sophomore business student Rebecca Knebelsberger said, “I enjoy playing every week because I love sports and also because I get to meet and interact with different people. To me the club builds community as well as strength, physical and mental. I think it is so important to be active and to have fun while doing it.” Continue reading Beach Ultimate Sunday
Lagoon Trail at Pelican Road is a short trail in the south part of Carlsbad. The trail makes a loop around a neighborhood and runs along Batiquitos Lagoon. For a view of the ocean, hikers can take a detour on Batiquitos Trail. This trail takes hikers on top of a small hill where they can view the whole lagoon as well as the ocean that feeds into the area. Continue reading Explore Hiking Trails Outside of Escondido
The first episode “What’s in Your Closet?” feat. Anthony Contreras Jr. Continue reading What’s in Your Closet?
In the spring of 2015, a Yelp review by Anthony J. stated that students at John Paul the Great Catholic University are “some of the grossest, rudest, and socially inept people I have ever had the displeasure of meeting.” Continue reading How Latitude33 Residents View JPCatholic Students
Here are several places within walking distance of campus to get a quick treat during class breaks, depending on how much time the break is. Continue reading Quickest Snack Runs on Grand Ave.
Keith Way is just two years away from being ordained a deacon in the Roman Catholic Church. He sat down to talk his about his years of involvement as a Master Mason in the Freemasons and why he thinks the Catholic Church forbids Her members to join. Continue reading From Master Mason to Catholic Deacon
Among the households at John Paul the Great Catholic University, END house is one that is small, yet active. Continue reading Following the END Household
Student government’s newest bill could be changing the apartment dinner form rules. Continue reading Changes for Apartment Dinners
John Paul the Great Catholic University offers a Sunday Mass on campus at 5 p.m., but there are also other churches around that one may attend instead. Continue reading The Rad, the Trad, and the Holy
On Friday, July 13, at St. Peter Chaldean Catholic Cathedral, the seat for the Eparchy of St. Peter the Apostle, Daniel Shabilla and Peter Patros were ordained deacons in a ceremony that filled the church with classical Aramaic chants. Continue reading Former Students Ordained as Deacons
This week Father Andrew Younan, priest and philosophy professor at JPCatholic, gave an interview about how to foster religious vocations through daily prayer, and shared the pitfalls of high anxiety and “shoe-horning” in vocations.
Continue reading Father Andy on Vocations
MoviePass may or may not be an investment worth spending money on. There are a few things to consider if you are on the fence about subscribing.
Continue reading Is Movie Pass Still Worth It?