Hundreds of alumni gathered together to recognize eight distinguished Tritons for their impact on the world and lasting dedication to UC San Diego.
David Quarfoot, PhD ’15 has created more than 40 crossword puzzles for The New York Times.
The UnOlympics, 40 years strong.
This is us, your UC San Diego alumni office—the people who make the connections happen. When you reach […]
Much more than food, murals and music–how a hut in the woods became a place to protect.
From childhood to college to career, Ben Gleib ’00 has wanted to make others laugh and think.
Gaming today is a booming, worldwide industry with UC San Diego alumni in every dimension—from making the tech to calling the plays, voicing the heroes and running the leagues.
Bitcoin and crypto may cause the buzz, but a new academic center cuts through the hype.
A behind-the-scenes visit to the top of Geisel Library, and the Triton who tolls the “bells.”
Dude Vader leaves the dark side for charity.
When it comes to education and research at UC San Diego, our divisions of study are anything but divided.
Literary agent Sandra Dijkstra, Ph.D. ’76, is an author’s lifeline.
“Doping is not an act of an individual athlete: it’s a collective endeavor involving athletes, governing bodies, government, and fans like us.”
Entrepreneurs Kush Kapila, M.B.A. ’10, and Kevin Yuen, Warren ’11, could redefine the salon experience nationwide.
“To celebrate the magazine’s latest iteration, we’ve given this issue the theme of “What’s Next.”