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.
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.
If you’ve spent time at UC San Diego, you know that when it comes to earthquakes, it’s not a matter of if, but when. For researchers, however, it’s also a matter of how—how it will happen and how it will impact the places where we live and work.
In his youth, Lars Bode was a dedicated athlete who spent much of his time studying specialized diets for optimal performance. “I was constantly teased by my older brother for my ‘strange’ concoctions,” says Bode, now an associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics at UC San Diego School of Medicine.
A study from the Rady School of Management reveals surprising insights about power and its effects in and out of the workplace.
The campus of U.C. San Diego is better known for sand and surf than for snowflakes, but that didn’t stop a creative group of former students from combining all three elements into a clever holiday video.
In the Star Trek universe, doctors use devices called “medical tricorders” to collect patient information and diagnose diseases. Now real-life versions of those tricorders — in this case, lightweight devices that can diagnose 13 different conditions – are entering into consumer testing.
With a swipe and tap of an iPad, patients at the newly opened Jacobs Medical Center at UC San Diego Health can be in command of their own experience by controlling room temperature, lighting, accessing their personal medical information, details on their patient care team and entertainment options all from their beds.
Living legend and Scripps Institution of Oceanography oceanographer Walter Munk will be honored at the first Oceanology International exhibition and conference, taking place from 14-16 February 2017 in San Diego, USA, during the year of his 100th birthday.