Everyone has answers to the Triton 5. Hear what Walker Ryan has to say.
Roads? Where Emme Hall ’94 goes, she doesn’t need roads.
The mental strength it takes to circumnavigate the city.
Tenacious research into the past makes a present-day impact.
In 2019, researchers sent up 100 “mini-brains” to space for research studies.
Tell us what you thought of Triton magazine.
When descendants look back at our era, they may sum it up with one word: Plastic.
Student group is turning UC San Diego food waste into usable products — fertilizer for organic produce and biogas for electricity.
Tritons are shaping a more sustainable world.
Among astronomers, UC San Diego physics professor emerita Margaret Burbidge, is a real star.
The day Angela Davis, MA ’69 returned to campus.
As our alumni population grows every year, so does the number of engaged alumni—Tritons who choose to stay […]
Once at risk of dropping out, Charlie Morales ’13 pays forward the support that kept him in.
How Judy Sweet changed the game to bring equity to athletics.
Are alternative meats a fad or the future?