Emily Callahan, MAS ’14, and Amber Jackson, MAS ’14, two alumnae of Scripps Institution of Oceanography, have made it their mission to determine the best possible afterlife for these rig structures.
UC San Diego students keep each other well-fed with the Triton Food Pantry.
“Ten years after graduating from UC San Diego, I set out to hike the northern part of the Muir Trail in the spirit of my college’s namesake. Though I had zero through-hiking experience before stepping foot on the trail, I had the utmost of inspiration.”
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Alumna honors grandmother, a World War II aviatrix.
A flip through the pages of any history textbook will yield the stories of people whose actions […]
Ameesh Paleja, ’01, is revolutionizing the movie industry with Atom Tickets.
As a complement to our retrospective on 50 years of the student newspaper at UC San Diego, Triton collected conversations from three of the founders of the Triton Times, now known as The Guardian.
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Laura Pecenco, MA ’10, PhD ’15, uses art to break down the stigma of prison.
Jacobs Medical Center brings healthcare to the next level with a state-of-the-art facility.
At the ribbon-cutting of the new Jacobs Medical Center, I heard a phrase that spoke to me deeply: “There’s nothing else like it.”
The upcoming Blue Line to UC San Diego connects campus to the city.
Maria Ho ’05 was a freshman at Marshall College when she heard about a poker night run by a group of friends. Naturally, the game was “guys-only.”
Professor Benjamin Bergen’s latest book is What the F: What Swearing Reveals About Our Language, Our Brains, and Ourselves. He calls it “a book-length love letter to profanity.” You’ve been warned.
A half-century since its invention, the Breathalyzer remains the standard means of estimating blood alcohol content during traffic stops, even despite issues like inaccuracy and known subversion methods. UC San Diego is about to break through with a better alternative to the Breathalyzer—one that will take your breath away, entirely.