Saturday, February 13th 2016

News

Gwendolyn Wu Campus Beat Reporter University of California, Santa Barbara students and Isla Vista residents are aghast at a spike in ticketing for bicycle violations. With...

Features

Madeleine Lee Staff Reporter Tucked away in a packed conference room of the MultiCultural Center, University of California, Santa Barbara’s student representatives from the Environmental Affairs...

Francisco Olvera Staff Writer This week, The Bottom Line caught up with third year communication major Stephanie Schechter. She talked to us about surfing, being a University...

Leilani Riahi The Iranian Studies Initiative of the University of California, Santa Barbara, founded in 2010, has been expanding its departmental presence within the university,...

Science & Technology

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer For the first time in the nation’s history, British scientists have recently been granted permission to genetically modify human embryos. The Human...

Kristie Chairil Staff Writer According to the National Institutes of Health, there are millions of motor-impaired Americans who cannot perform basic everyday routines without assistance. However,...

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer The future of data centers may be twenty thousand leagues under the sea — at least, that’s what researchers at Microsoft believe....

Rishika Kenkre Staff Writer Physicians and pharmacists can use saliva and urine to analyze patients' physiological conditions, but none of these materials are constantly portable or...

Opinions

Dhiraj Nallapaneni Staff Writer On the night of Feb. 1, with the Iowa caucus results showing him in dead heat with Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders delivered...

Gwendolyn Wu Campus Beat Reporter Almost everyone who arrives on this campus is required to take general education classes, the number of which varies depending on...

Jason Garshfield Staff Writer Why do so many people support Donald Trump? For a long time, I couldn’t figure it out — and I pride myself...