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Creative License

November 2, 2023

As artificial intelligence pushes the limit of artistic creation, and stylized artwork becomes easier to produce, questions of rights and ownership arise. Intellectual property attorney Moorisha Bey-Taylor '08 discusses the complexities and legalities of art and AI.

The Other AI

October 3, 2023

Tricia Bertram Gallant, director of the Academic Integrity Office and Triton Testing Center at UC San Diego, shares her thoughts on the benefits and potential complications of artificial intelligence in the university setting.

Chord Craft

May 1, 2023

Chief Guitar Designer, President and CEO of Taylor Guitars, Andy Powers, ’04, talks about music as a communal experience, the first guitar he ever made, and the role of sustainability in guitar making.

The Connector

May 1, 2023

Executive Director of Campus Performance and Events, Colleen Kollar Smith discusses the arts on campus.

Madam President

May 1, 2023

Sian Beilock ’97 talks about how cognitive science influences her work as a leader and what it means to be the first female president in Dartmouth College’s 250-year history.

Triton 5: Ryan Chen and Kent Yoshimura

October 1, 2022

Everyone has answers to the Triton 5. Send yours to

Space Traveler

September 26, 2022

Jessica Meir, PhD '09, reflects on her historical mission to space. This story was published in the Fall 2022 issue of UC San Diego Magazine.

Decade of Leadership

September 26, 2022

Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla discusses the Campaign for UC San Diego and shares what's next for this visionary leader.

A Survivor’s Story

August 16, 2022

At his Bar Mitzvah in 1980, a 13-year-old declared that he would one day write the story of his father’s Holocaust survival. It took 40 years for Joel Poremba ’89 to deliver on that promise.

Lucy Killea, Political Pioneer and UC San Diego Alumna, Dies at 94

January 19, 2017

Former San Diego city councilwoman, assemblywoman and state senator Lucy Killea has died at the age of 94. She was an icon in the political world, and a respected mentor to women. The many worlds of Killea—U.S. foreign relations, state and local government, community leadership—all intersected in her doctoral degree from the University of California San Diego.
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