A move to Silicon Valley inspires UC San Diego alumnus to connect with local club.
I am proud to have called UC San Diego my home, especially because it almost wasn’t. I emigrated […]
Janelle Shane, PhD ’14, has used neural networks, or artificial intelligence, to create names for guinea pigs, knock-knock jokes, even pies and ice cream flavors.
David Quarfoot, PhD ’15 has created more than 40 crossword puzzles for The New York Times.
This summer, Triton magazine asked UC San Diego alumni why they returned to campus to work.
We take you back twenty years for the first chapter of a story about a close-knit group of UCSD students, floor hockey, and a magical pony.
Memories of basketball’s “Dream Team” at UC San Diego.