The playful adventures of an old-fashioned cowboy doll and electronic astronaut action figure left a lasting impression on […]
Want to earn a six-figure salary after getting your bachelor’s degree from an affordable public college? A UC San Diego education can take you there.
UC San Diego’s reputation is pulling many graduates back to campus to serve as members of the faculty.
Virtual reality (VR) headsets such as the Oculus Rift will line store shelves this holiday season, and UC […]
From our Triton Family to yours. Just in time for the holiday season, we’ve rounded up a list […]
For Hillary Whittington, Marshall ’04, and Vivienne Ming,
Muir ’00, the road to self-discovery was marked by courage,
acceptance and the will to live an authentic life.
Next time you see someone playing Pokémon GO, keep this in mind: a Triton made it happen.
Vivienne Ming knows what it takes to prosper and achieve goals that may seem unreachable. Her secret? Failure.
Ameesh Paleja, ’01, is revolutionizing the movie industry with Atom Tickets.
Three UC San Diego Theatre and Dance alumni were recognized by the Princess Grace Foundation-USA, an organization that supports emerging artists.
Michael Estrada ’79, would never have imagined himself shovel in hand, working with those half his age to help West Virginians in need.
I often get to reminisce with fellow Tritons who will talk at length about the good times they had and how fondly they recall their college experience. Except when they won’t. Because, sometimes, they don’t.
We can all get involved, even in a small way, and a lot of people working in small ways can add up to a big difference.
David Bainbridge, Revelle ’70, uses ancient techniques to solve modern problems.
Maker’s Row keeps America crafty.