Monday, February 20, 2017

Replacement Jobs for Laid Off Theatre and Dance Department Production Staff Not Guaranteed

The UCSD Guardian has discovered that while the Theatre and Dance Department offered 21 laid off production employees replacement jobs, the positions require “new skills” and pay up to 30 percent less than their current...

Students Protest in Response to Proposed Tuition Hike

Dozens of students from across campus gathered at the Silent Tree on Monday where they chanted and expressed their concerns in response to a tuition hike requested by the UC Regents and the CSU...

Students, Faculty Sign Letter Calling for Sanctuary Campus

In a Nov. 17 letter addressed to Chancellor Pradeep Khosla, Interim Executive Vice Chancellor Peter Cowhey and members of the Academic Senate, hundreds of faculty and community members called for administrative legislation that would...

Founders Day Celebration Culminates at ASCE’s Hullabaloo

UCSD’s sixth annual Hullabaloo took place on Friday, Nov. 18 in Matthews Quad and Town Square as part of the celebration for Founders Day. The event was first organized in 2011 by Associated Students...

LGBT Resource Center Recognizes Transgender Day of Remembrance

UCSD students gathered on Library Walk on Friday for an early recognition of the Transgender Day of Remembrance, where they commemorated lives lost as a result of transphobic violence and raised awareness of acts...

Data Visualization: A Methodical and Ideological Analysis of Student Voters

//plot.ly/~a6amin/49.embed At least 1,428 students at UCSD turned out to vote in the 2016 general election on Tuesday, a figure that is increasing as mail and provisional ballots continue to be counted. Data shows that...

CSO Program Expanded to Include Abandoned Bike Removal

The Community Service Officers have increased their duties to include bike abatement, the university announced on Nov. 10. The program initially began this summer, when the UCSD Police Department was asked to remove abandoned...

Professor of Mathematics Awarded Prestigious Theory Prize

UCSD professor of mathematics Ruth Williams on Sunday was awarded the prestigious John von Neumann Theory Prize, given annually by the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences, for her pioneering research on the...

Student Receives Local Volunteer of the Year Award

The San Diego Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals announced Sixth College freshman Linh Luong as this year’s Outstanding Youth/Student Volunteer at its 44th annual National Philanthropy Day yesterday. Luong expressed her gratitude to...

Trump Win Sparks Widespread Protest

As the reality set in on Tuesday night that Donald J. Trump would be named president-elect of the United States, thousands of students at UCSD and around the country mobilized to express their discontent...

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“The Lego Movie” made a splash — it was whimsical, fun and more than a little silly. Not to mention, it was lucrative; so...

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Steve Martin’s first full-length play, originally performed in 1993, is undergoing a revival at The Old Globe. The show, while undeniably entertaining and graced...