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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 Cost of      Catastrophe
Portraits of a Chinese      Past
Welcome to Scripps      Around the Globe

Making Waves

Digital Fish
Dancing in the Desert
Ticking down to the      "Big One"
Sixth Sense


Capital Campaign May 2004: Volume 1, Number 2

Supporters Invest More Than $900 Million in UCSD’s Future


If you take a walk around campus this fall, you might be surprised to see just how much has changed in the last few years— transformations that were made possible through donations to The Campaign for UCSD: Imagine What’s Next.

In the six years since the $1 billion fundraising campaign was launched, alumni and friends have donated more than $900 million. This generosity and belief in the future of UCSD has made a lasting and dramatic impact on the campus and our community.

The importance of these gifts can be seen in the faces of our students whose scholarships allowed them to attend UCSD. You can see it in the work of graduate students and
faculty who have the necessary financial support to pursue their research. And over on east campus, you can see it in the
patients who receive advanced care at the Rebecca and John Moores UCSD Cancer Center. These are just a few examples of how donations to the campaign are improving the campus and expanding our services.

So much has been accomplished already. However, with just one year to go until the conclusion of the campaign, many important programs and initiatives still need funding. To learn more about how you can help propel UCSD into the future, please visit www.campaign.ucsd.edu.



The Campaign

Rebecca and John Moores UCSD Cancer Center

Undergraduate Scholarship


"This generosity and belief in the future of UCSD has made a lasting and dramatic impact on the campus and our community."