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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

Campus Canoodling
Class Conscious
Summer Splash
Steppin' Out
Hittin the High Notes

Making Waves
He's Got the World in His Hands
Din the Depths
Scalable City
Polyprophylene Pyramid
Sodatron
Red Revolution On I-15
Archive
 

Class Notes May 2004: Volume 1, Number 2
   

CLASS NOTES ONLINE

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FEATURED NOTES

Historical Crimes
Martin McAllister, ’70, analyzes crime scenes right out of a television police drama. He looks at clues such as cigarette butts, footprints and tire tracks. In McAllister’s business, however, the victims are different. MORE

ENTREPRENEUR's CORNER

Fledgling Entrepreneurs
Eureka!You’ve made the discovery of a lifetime. But how do you get it out of your undergraduate lab and onto the market?  MORE

Career Curve
In a recent conversation with @UCSD editor, Raymond Hardie, I realized that your alma mater’s oldest alumni are reaching the “young as you feel” age of 60. This is significant. For the first time in UCSD history, the baby boomers who cut their academic teeth on this growing campus in the ’60s and ’70s are retiring.  MORE

 

Diego Takes on Post-Triton Life