Thursday, September 29th 2016

News

CAMPUS The first two solar panel installations in a series of five installments were completed earlier this month as panels were placed above Robertson Gym...

Features

Kamran Yunus Copy Editor Over on Hollister Avenue, next to the local Costco and Albertsons, is a little Vietnamese restaurant known as Phamous Café. Though initially...

Jack Betz Staff Writer In an era where it seems that every item of produce has earned its own multi-day celebration (garlic in Gilroy, artichokes in...

Gwendolyn Wu Executive Content Editor The rainbow of chalk on sidewalks and walls may have washed away since marked on campus, but for students attending the...

Science & Technology

Quincy Lee Science & Tech Editor In 1864, President Lincoln signed legislation decreeing that the Yosemite National Forest would be reserved in its natural state. In...

Kayli Walker Staff Writer The release of a new smartphone is exciting news for many consumers. Eager customers are thinking about all the latest features on...

Chelsea Viola National Beat Reporter The Zika virus outbreak has been circulating in a frenzy amongst global headlines; the World Health Organization announced the outbreak as...

Rishika Kenkre Staff Writer New research from Satoshi Ide, a seismologist at the University of Tokyo, concludes that huge earthquakes are more likely to occur during...

Opinions

Matthew Lee Staff Writer In this hectic election year’s volatile atmosphere, many news outlets spew insults and even roasts at the presidential candidates. Both Donald Trump,...

Matthew Lee Staff Writer During this current election season, the country is clearly unhappy with both the Republican and Democratic presidential candidates. With both candidates’ disapproval...

Miguel Rodriguez Staff Writer "The only constant in life is change," said Greek philosopher Heraclitus. More often than not, whenever something new and innovative peeks its...

Jeremy Levine Staff Writer About one year ago I sat in my first economics class at the University of California, Santa Barabara. I was filled with...