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The Long Goodbye
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Celebrating Our Sun      God
Ask Jeeves

Making Waves

Iran and Nukes
Cover Up
Tough Toucan
Alient Ant Hitchhikers
Pod People
Reef Relief

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Class Notes May 2004: Volume 1, Number 2
   

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FEATURED NOTES

Terrell Lynn Halaska, ’89
Assistant Secretary of Education Terrell Lynn Halaska, ’89, is an expert on the workings of Capitol Hill. In recent years, she’s served as a congressional press aide, as a deputy chief of staff at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and also as a domestic policy advisor in the George W. Bush White House.
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Jeff Nevin, Ph.D., ’98
Mariachi music isn’t just for chips, salsa and margaritas. It has a rich musical tradition and history, and is gaining respect in the academic community.
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ENTREPRENEUR's CORNER

Minnow Medical
Like minnows swimming upstream, medical startups struggle for survival against heavy odds. Minnow Medical is tackling the difficult task of developing technology to treat peripheral artery disease (PAD). MORE

High Tech Travel Tips
A cement truck overturns on I-15, a crane collapses at the I-5/805 merge. These may be traffic nightmares for the rest of us but they are the bread and butter of Sigalert.com. MORE

UCSD TEN
Are you a ten yet? If not, here’s a new way to network and stay connected. UCSD Triton Enterprise Network (TEN) launched its first event in Los Angeles on March 29. MORE

Diego Takes on Post-Triton Life