The University of California, San Diego is the 5th most popular school in the nation for college applicants, according to U.S. News & World Report, which recently released the list of colleges and universities with the highest level of applications for 2010.
If the thought of pirates conjures up images of Captain Hook, forced plank-walkings, and bad boy pirate of the Caribbean Johnny Depp, it’s time to give pirates a more serious look. Contrary to popular stereotypes, pirates of the early modern period were more than rum-soaked villains of the…
The University of California, San Diego is opening its doors to parents, families and students for the fourth annual All-Campus Family Weekend Oct. 21 – 23 to give participants a sample of UC San Diego’s excellent location, academic programs and quality of life. The fun-filled weekend will feature…
UC San Diego Confab Features Trailblazing Entrepreneurs
Campus tradition has raised more than $2.5 million to benefit 850 students
San Diego’s original chamber music series Camera Lucida returns for its fourth season, offering concerts ranging from lesser-known masterpieces to familiar landmarks of the chamber music repertoire.
The unexpected can lead to opportunity. You can achieve anything if you put your mind to it. Know what you want to do, love what you do and believe in what you’re doing.
The Triton spirit was felt throughout UC San Diego’s annual “Welcome Week” tradition. The Unolympics, Welcome Week dance, Students Services Fair and the Triton Power Hour were just a few of the week’s events, all designed to foster UC San Diego’s school spirit and sense of community for both…
The University of California, San Diego will welcome an estimated 3,400 incoming freshmen and record 2,750 transfer students for the first day of classes, Thursday, Sept. 22.
The Holocaust Living History Workshop (HLHW), sponsored by the UC San Diego Libraries and the Judaic Studies Program, will host three events during the fall quarter as part of the HLHW’s ongoing effort to broaden understanding of the past and to foster tolerance.