@UCSD September 2007, Volume 4, Number 3 @UCSD: An Alumni Publication
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Credit: On the cover: On the Cutting Edge -- UCSD's Rady School of Management has just moved into its new building; photo by Jim Coit Credit: On the cover: On the Cutting Edge -- UCSD's Rady School of Management has just moved into its new building; photo by Jim Coit
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
Credit: On the cover: On the Cutting Edge -- UCSD's Rady School of Management has just moved into its new building; photo by Jim Coit Credit: On the cover: On the Cutting Edge -- UCSD's Rady School of Management has just moved into its new building; photo by Jim Coit Credit: On the cover: On the Cutting Edge -- UCSD's Rady School of Management has just moved into its new building; photo by Jim Coit
Making Waves Feature Articles

Whale of a Song

Asian Ill Wind

Tritons in Transylvania

Top-10 Preuss

Cell-Phone Squirrel

Journey to the Copper Age

Alumni Tidings:  UC San Diego Connection Game

Cutting Edge
by Joan O’C. Hamilton
In June, UCSD’s Rady School of Management moved into its new building, and at the same time graduated its first crop of full-time students.
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Front Page

by Neda Oreizy, ’08

In May, over 100 former student journalists from UCSD’S Guardian, previously known as the Triton Times, celebrated 40 years of publication and shared their experiences at a reunion hosted appropriately enough at Porter’s Pub.
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Shooting the Moon
by Kim A. McDonald

Tom Murphy got jazzed about astronomy in high school when Halley’s Comet streaked by in 1986. He read about the five spacecraft from the USSR, Japan, and the European Community that visited the comet, and then went on to study the history of the Apollo lunar missions. But he never imagined he’d be shooting lasers at the moon.

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All the World’s a Stage
by Raymond Hardie
It had all the excitement of a rock concert. Swarms of exotically garbed and coifed young theater designers milled around the forecourt of Prague’s historical art-nouveau Industrial (Prumyslovy) Palace, chattering away in a babble of languages.

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On the Job

Lost in Hollywood
by Karla DeVries, '04
Thom Sherman, '88, was one of the producers of the hit show Lost and is now head of drama development at The CW.
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Sit Down & Be Funny
by Raymond Hardie
Rachel Axler, M.F.A. '04, is the only woman writer on The Daily Show.
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