The Basement’s Triton Entrepreneur Night highlighted UC San Diego’s student startups.
From city council to the admiral’s seat, from genetic ingenuity to inventing the Dothraki language—and not to mention winning the Nobel Prize—this year’s alumni honorees are truly cause for celebration.
On a Saturday afternoon in San Diego’s North Park neighborhood, Craig Vermeyen, Warren ’09, Nick Norton, Warren ’08, […]
As the SDPD’s supervising data analyst, Haley keeps the stats that keep us safe.
Having worked on policy and large-scale programs for many years, Rodriguez now looks forward to making change on a more individual level.
As the entrance of a new year typically signifies a fresh start, this January was perhaps cleansed too […]
Some businesses find their inception with a stroke of luck—being at the right place at the right time. […]
The opening scene of Alvin Tsang’s autobiographical documentary film, Reunification, is awash in the peaceful sounds of ocean […]
R.J. Lozada, Revelle ’04, is a 32-year old filmmaker and a father. But he’s not a father. At […]
Chalk Repertory Theatre’s “In Case of Emergency” will be performed at this weekend’s Without Walls Festival.
The Spanos family provides new support for student athletes.
From ‘Banana Storm’ to ‘Lavender Cream,’ this alumna knows what ice cream flavors we like best.