2018 Issue

Caltech Alumni Association's annual magazine celebrating our alumni

Brain Gains

Turning the Tide

Unhackable Rights

Breath of Life

Why Caltech?

Campus Highlights

The Grand Finale

Life in Transition

Brain Gains

Something New Under the Sun

Turning the Tide

Unhackable Rights

Breath of Life

Hollywood, California | 1987

Animating Forces

The Laureates

Required Reading

When Stars Collide

Circles of Thought

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Hollywood, California | 1987

“Venturing out in the dead of night, mastering the steep slopes of Mt. Lee, dangling 45 feet in the air, the incurable pranksters of California Institute of Technology struck again,” the Los Angeles Times reported on May 19, 1987.

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When Stars Collide

Inspiration from Caltech's President

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Circles of Thought

Linus Pauling (PhD 1925) had a simple idea: pictures

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Campus Highlights

2017 Year in Review

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Life in Transition

As she steps down as CEO of the Anita Borg Institute, Telle Whitney (PhD ’85) reflects on her career in tech—and the path ahead for the next generation of women.

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Something New Under the Sun

How research into a crippling African weed may be leading the way to a new green revolution.

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Animating Forces

These Caltech alumni help create the animated films that captivate our imaginations.

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Why Caltech?

From the President of the Caltech Alumni Association

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Required Reading

Techers share their favorite books and podcasts

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The Laureates

This year, four members of the Caltech community, including two alumni, were honored with Nobel Prizes — bringing Caltech’s alumni and faculty total to 38.

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The Grand Finale

Cassini has revealed sights and never-before-seen phenomena that are changing our understanding of how planetary systems develop and evolve, and the extent of those environmental conditions that could create habitats for life.

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