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Role Models: Student-Run Model U.N. Org Champions Human Rights and Competitions

June 6, 2019

Role Models: Student-Run Model U.N. Org Champions Human Rights and Competitions Tackling environmental sustainability, regional security and diplomacy is not usually how a typical high school student spends their free time, but such is the case for participants of UC San Diego’s student-run Triton Model United Nations (MUN) conference. The…

Sun God Archery Snags Bullseyes

November 30, 2023

SGA is the campus’ social, recreational and competitive archery club that recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. Open to all students as well as staff, faculty and archers from the community, SGA offers competitive and recreational opportunities to dive into the world of archery.

UC San Diego Health: Excellence in Medication Safety, Pharmacy Practice

February 17, 2022

UC San Diego Health has become the first organization recognized as a Certified Center of Excellence in Medication-Use Safety and Pharmacy Practice by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

‘Operation Santa’ Lends Helping Hand to Families in Need this Holiday Season

November 10, 2011

Students at the University of California, San Diego are giving back this holiday season with “Operation Santa,” an annual fundraising effort dedicated to helping families in need all over San Diego County. “Operation Santa” is a project of UC San Diego’s service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega.

Students Give Back in Record Numbers

October 25, 2012

Students Give Back in Record Numbers Twenty-five dollars may not seem like a lot these days, but UC San Diego students are demonstrating how small gifts can make big impacts. Just a few weeks into the school year, approximately 700 students have made a donation of $25 each to the…

Lights, Camera, Action: Using Filmmaking to Teach Students the Science Behind Natural Disasters

November 5, 2015

…Using Filmmaking to Teach Students the Science Behind Natural Disasters Forget notebooks, pencils and erasers. For a class at the Elementary Institute of Science, students need a large geological map, aluminum foil, a seismometer app, whipped cream, pie tins and a first-aid kit. Oh, and fishing lines. What are all…

Conference Examines Human Rights in Mexico in Wake of Disappearance of 43 Student Protestors

January 22, 2015

…of Disappearance of 43 Student Protestors Top human rights activists from Mexico participated in a panel discussion at UC San Diego Thursday centered on the September 2014 disappearance of 43 students in Mexico. Abel Barrera Hernandez, founder of the Tlachinollan Human Rights Center of the Montaña, joined academics and journalists…

Triton Day 2024

April 18, 2024

…stop thousands of admitted students and their families from visiting UC San Diego during Triton Days Open House on Saturday, April 13. First year admitted students and transfer applicants gathered to learn more about the campus, meet with college and academic school staff, discover student life opportunities and more. This…

What Does it Mean to Be a Triton?

March 14, 2013

…its doors to admitted students, the campus community and aspiring college students from middle and high school for the second annual Triton Day on Saturday, April 6th. The campus is expected to have 20,000 attendees for the day, which will feature an array of activities ranging from campus tours to…

Lifting Spirits: Girl Gains Builds Community and Body Positivity

March 6, 2024

…Club. From mariachi to trivia, there are hundreds of organizations students can get involved with at UC San Diego. In this ongoing series we’ll shine a light on a few of them.

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