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Up Front: Letters to and from the editor
Campus Currents: UCSD Stories
Shelf Life: Books
Cliff Notes: Student life and sports
Class Notes: Alumni profiles
Campaign Update: Imagine the Future
Looking Back: Thoughts on UCSD
Credits: Staff and Contributors
The Places He Did Go
Buried Cities of Iraq
UCSD Admissions
A Poet In The Park
Making Waves

Antipodal Antics
One That Got Away
Oscar and Gollum
Library On The Loose
Making Nice With Mice


Class Notes May 2004: Volume 1, Number 2


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Shonte Wright, ’97

Shonte Wright, ’97
For Shonte Wright, ’97, a thermal systems engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, the frigid Martian night that followed the sunset was the ultimate test for the systems she had worked on. MORE

Molly Selvin, ’73
Molly Selvin views her work as “public
policy on the fly.” As an editorial writer at the Los Angeles Times, Selvin has written three or four opinion pieces a week for the last 10 years. She has tackled the criminal and civil legal systems, local politics, the
environment, reproductive health as well
as child-welfare issues and has no qualms about sounding a wake up bell for the 900,000 readers of the Times. MORE