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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


Cliff Notes May 2004: Volume 1, Number 2


Can you spell UCSD?
Gimme a U! Gimme a C! Gimme an S! Gimme a D! So you thought that just because we don’t have a football team we don’t have cheerleaders? Think again . . . MORE

Net Gain
We don’t offer scholarships and we’re only in Division II. Yet, without much fanfare the Tritons are quietly making waves in the world of big-time volleyball. MORE

The Chic of Araby
After years languishing in the backwaters of academe, Arabic has come into its own. This newest addition to UCSD’s language program was introduced in the fall of 2002 and has quickly expanded. MORE

Splat on that!
One of UCSD’s oldest myths may have just splattered on the sidewalk outside Urey Hall. It’s the one about the professor inspiring the first Watermelon Drop with his final exam question on the velocity of a watermelon dropped from the seventh floor. MORE

Paper Trail
A selection of spring-quarter Guardian headlines. MORE


A selection of campus cultural offerings.

Spring Dance Concert
May 28-29
Mandeville Center Auditorium
Critically-acclaimed choreographer Jean Isaacs directs a concert of UCSD’s
best undergraduate dancers. MORE

Dr. Seuss Between the Covers
May 24-September 4
Main floor, Geisel Library
The second “Seussentennial” exhibition focuses on Dr. Seuss’s beloved children’s books. MORE

Campus Tours
Want to see what has sprouted up or disappeared since you were here on campus? Avoid the weekday rush and join a Sunday tour with the UCSD Visitors Program. To arrange a tour with experienced adult guides, please call (858) 534-4414.