NEWS

Student Advocacy and Activism Highlighted at the #SpeechMatters Conference

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The third annual #Speech Matters conference, hosted by the UC National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement, took place on April 20th and 21st. The …...

UCSD Students Protest for Cops Off Campus

Regrettably, I was late to the Cops Off Campus protest, but it wasn’t hard to find it...

Thousands Protest Israeli Occupation of Palestine in San Diego and L.A.

On May 15, thousands of people rallied together around the world to commemorate the 73rd...

Kate Zegans Re-Elected Managing Editor

Kate Zegans was re-elected as Managing Editor for the 2021-2022 school year by The...

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Opinion

Ellamentally Yours: Self Care is Key

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Dear Reader, Happy Mental Health Awareness Month! This month I challenge you to ask what self-care looks like to you. I’m sure it’s different for every …...

The Pandemic Did Not Cause UCSD’s Housing Crisis

UCSD will now offer guaranteed housing only to incoming first-year and transfer students,...

Ellamentally Yours: Finding Where Our Roots Grow

Dear Reader, Where do your roots lie? Our roots can stretch across continents, and they...

Ellamentally Yours: Understanding Our History Through Healing

Dear Reader, I was chatting with an old friend recently, and we started discussing the...

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ARTS AND CULTURE

Student Advocacy and Activism Highlighted at the #SpeechMatters Conference

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The third annual #Speech Matters conference, hosted by the UC National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement, took place on April 20th and 21st. The …...

UCSD Students Protest for Cops Off Campus

Regrettably, I was late to the Cops Off Campus protest, but it wasn’t hard to find it...

The Triton Recommends: Educational Podcasts

Looking to further your knowledge on a particular subject? Podcasts are a great way to...

ASCE Presents: Sunny Days

Last week UCSD’s ASCE hosted their Sunny Days event on zoom. Sunny Days is a new event...

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FEATURES

COVID-19 hits student workers hard: ‘’It took away my only source of income”

Just ten weeks ago, the UC San Diego bookstore was bustling with activity. The store was filled with students grabbing scantrons, picking up extra pencils, and …

The #MeToo Era: Challenges in Reporting Sexual Assault at UC San Diego

Content Warning: This article mentions sexual assault UC San Diego joined universities from all over the nation in honoring the 2019 Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). …

Beyond a Life in the Red

Content warning: This article discusses suicide. I. A student took his life last June. All that I could find was a traffic report noting that the …

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THE CONCH

Sixth College: Making the Most of Isolation?

One of the pandemic’s largest tolls on campus life has recently become strikingly obvious in the case of Sixth College students. The orders to remain isolated …

Dear The Triton, Please Abdicate Your Moral Authority Like Other Campus Publications

Dear The Triton, I, your lowly former opinion editor, saw a submission in another (more incredible) campus publication today, and it got me thinking about ways …

Introverted First Year Accidentally Joins Every Club on Library Walk

Andrew Nguyen, an introverted first year in Sixth College, along with his suitemates, were invited to meet the members of the Hypebeasts Club during Week 1. …

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Coronavirus Updates

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