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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
Features

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

Making Waves

Robo-Pooch
Digital Fish
Dancing in the Desert
Ticking down to the      "Big One"
Sixth Sense
Spamalot

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Class Notes May 2004: Volume 1, Number 2
   

CLASS NOTES ONLINE

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New job? New baby? Just moved and want to reconnect with friends? Send us a Class Note by email to classnotes@ucsd.edu. Be sure and include your name, college, and class year.

Find-A-Friend

Read more Class Notes, access your Alumni Directory listing, and locate friends whom you've lost contact with through AlumniOnline. MORE

Share a Start-Up Story

Have you founded a company or worked at a company started by a UCSD alum? We want to know - for the stories behind these companies, for networking, for mentoring, and just for war stories about successes and failures. Drop us a note at startups@ucsd.edu so we can build a database of activity.

Career Curve
This is the first of a series of columns by Andrew Ceperley, director of the UCSD Career Services Center. They will address career issues.
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FEATURED NOTES

David Kornberg, ’89
After only a year at UCSD, David Kornberg, ’89, was unsure where his life would take him. He had entered the University as a pre-med but quickly pursued his growing interest in Judaic Studies. MORE

Voices of San Diego
City officials on trial, a billion-dollar deficit and a newly elected mayor resigns—it’s not some television drama, but the real-life story of the last few years of San Diego politics. Through it all, one small web-based news organization nipped at the heels of every scandal, offering an alternative resource for many residents. MORE

ENTREPRENEUR's CORNER

Gym Babes
Physical therapist Sandra VanGilder, ’97, wanted to create a few exercises specifically addressing the aches and pains of new moms. MORE

Chips with Everything
Blaze DFM, Inc. was launched in 2004 to address critical challenges in semiconductor design. The thrust was to improve the percentage of chips on a wafer and still meet product specifications. MORE

Urban Winery
Apparently urban wineries are the growing trend, with streetwise cabernets and zinfandels popping up in Seattle, San Francisco and the Central Coast. MORE

Diego Takes on Post-Triton Life