NEWS

AS Senate Passes Stipend Increase for Senators and AVPs in Fall Budget

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The Associated Students at UCSD (ASUCSD) Senate finalized their fall budget on October 21 during their weekly Zoom meeting. This meeting featured two key changes: an …...

New Campus Mask Mandate Comes As Cases Surge in San Diego County

In an attempt to prevent the spread of COVID-19 following a recent rise in detected cases...

Outdoor Classrooms Open on UCSD Campus

On November 9 as part of UCSD’s Return to Learn program, two new outdoor complexes will...

UCSD Students can now Pass/No Pass their Fall Quarter Classes until January 29

On December 8, The Educational Policy Committee (EPC) of the Academic Senate announced...

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Opinion

The Sauce: “I Am A Person, Not A Color”

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While sitting in lecture listening to a white professor talk about Black History, the absolute last thing that you want to hear as a Black student …...

Ellamentally Yours: Healing My Mind through My Body

Dear Reader, Remember how I said that mental health wasn’t really a solidified concept...

The Sauce: “I Need to Read More Books”

At the beginning of the summer, during quarantine, I made it my goal to read more books....

Ellamentally Yours: Facing Myself through Therapy

Dear Reader, Have you checked in with yourself today? After I started doing yoga, I...

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ARTS AND CULTURE

New Target Opens on Campus

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Now that the long anticipated on-campus Target is a few weeks old, we can begin to see it’s impact on student life and other campus retailers. …...

Groundworks Books becomes first Co-Op to Reopen since March

Groundworks Bookstore reopened its doors on October 26 for the first time since March....

Movies to Stream while you’re Stuck at Home

With theaters being closed by the pandemic, streaming services have allowed for new...

6 New Restaurants to Open on UCSD Campus in 2021

The newest additions to the rapidly growing North Torrey Pines Living and Learning...

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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

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. …

Khosla Got This Bread So You Don’t Have To

Chancellor Pradeep Khosla was spotted stapling pieces of bread to the Eucalyptus trees in Warren Mall. Ever in touch with the youth, Khosla said, “I keep …

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Coronavirus Updates

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